The conceptual 'Magnetic Keyboard' has been designed by Jung Min Kim as a peripheral for computer users who are looking for a way to maintain productivity, while also keeping a focus on hygiene.
The keyboard features a two-part construction that allows the top half and the bottom half to separate from one another to allow for deep cleaning between uses. The components feature a waterproof design that can be submerged in water and allow for complete cleaning to eliminate debris that traditionally lingers around workstations.
The conceptual 'Magnetic Keyboard' speaks to a need for more hygienic technology products as consumers continue to spend extended periods each day on terminals for work or pleasure. The peripheral doesn't rely on any mechanical action for response, but rather utilizes magnetic repulsion to replicate the clicking feedback of a traditional keyboard.