Man & Machine introduces the first Oil-Resistant, Sealed, Silicone Computer Keyboard

New Oil-Resistant keyboard from Man & Machine is tough enough to stand up in heavy-duty industrial computing where oils, dirt or water is a problem.

Online PR News – 29-September-2014 – Landover, Maryland – For years, oil has been the biggest “keyboard killer” of them all. Now Man & Machine, known for its American Made waterproof keyboards for medical and public safety applications, announces the first oil-resistant silicone keyboard. The Really O’Cool is a sealed, waterproof, oil-proof, dirt- proof keyboard tough enough to stand up to the nitty-gritty industrial world.


The Really O’Cool (“ROC”) was recently introduced at the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago. Manufactured in the same fashion as the highly successful ReallyCool, the “O” is for “oil-resistant”. This keyboard is great for machine shops, production lines, part manufacturers, and any place where oils, dirt or water is a problem. Man & Machine offers optional features such as backlight keys for use in low-light conditions, MAGFIX attachment system for ferrous surfaces, and various lengths USB cables options. Private labeling for OEM applications is also available.
Man & Machine CEO, Clifton Broumand, commented that industrial customers have had to replace keyboards often because oils were destroying them, costing them a lot of money and production time. “They were practically begging us for an oil resistant keyboard. Two years ago I wasn’t sure that it was possible. Our engineers worked on a solution for over a year. We are very proud to present a really cool keyboard, the Really O’Cool”.

Man & Machine, Inc. is a privately held company founded in 1982 and located in Landover, Maryland. The company manufactures Medical GradeTM keyboards and mice for hospitals and healthcare applications that can be properly cleaned and disinfected to help prevent the spread of bacteria and infections. Man & Machine also installs privacy filters and vinyl wrapping for point of sale advertising and identification on LCD monitors. Man & Machine has offices in Tennessee, Philadelphia, Portland, Taiwan and the Netherlands.

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