ThinkGeek :: Bluetooth Laser Virtual Keyboard
Though that may not be quite what you were after :P
Edit: or maybe http://www.thinkgeek.com/computing/input/5a7f/?cpg=ab
anyone know of a make of keyboard where the keys can't be pulled off and swapped around? i seem to be spending hours putting keys back in the right place
We used to have this issue until we forced staff to use seating plans (or we charged them for damage/withdrew room access) and it meant that if student A damages a keyboard in lesson 1, student B should report it in his "pre use" checks of the machine, and should he not, he is responsible.)
This coupled with checking cached profiles as our kids can't touch type so would need the keys in the right place to log on!
majeeko (15th January 2009)
I have found the Macbook keys don't get pulled off.
You could always try the Das Keyboard Ultimate ThinkGeek :: Das Keyboard Ultimate
Mostly you just have to put up with it, although I think teachers could do more to help prevent the problem.
Another option, viable now USB is standard, would be to issue a keyboard and mouse to each student at the start of the year. If they want to swap keys around or vandalise the mouse, they that's their lookout. You could charge a phone number range price for issuing a replacement.
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