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The keyboard is one of three quintessential input devices for the laptop, the other two being the mouse and touch-screen. Unfortunately, the keyboard is very limited in space but however it is so crucially linked to the productivity on the laptop, that we come to a personal attachment to its layout and feel. keyboards are constructed to withstand the wear and tear of everyday use, but not to the fluctuation of temperaments. The keyboard takes the pounding when you are mad or upset. It also gets the curling stroking motion of your fingers when you are in a thinking or dreamy mood. You may like the feel of the springiness of the keys to know that you are in proper form in case you are jolted with an idea in your head and must transfer them into text. Another event is also taking place underneath your keyboard. It may have its own alien culture (ecosystem) growing in the dark recesses beneath the keys. Dirt and food particles eventually coat the keys. Sometimes the accumulated mixture of spilled drinks and crumbs can stop keys from making contact and working altogether. All this concludes, where the best thing we can do to maintain the keyboard is keep it clean regularly (yeah, that and my laptop don't have a skin). But also to accept the reality that the laptop itself might outlive the keyboard, then it is time to replace it. Brilliantstore.com offers OEM keyboard. We know the sensual experience that comes at the tip of the fingers when typing or the knuckles aching when the keys don't spring back. We offer the finest constructed keyboard that complies or exceed the standard quality the manufacturers have set. We offer notebook replacement keyboards for Acer, Apple, Compaq, Dell, Gateway, HP, Sony, Toshiba, Alienware, Asus, Fujitsu, Samsung and other brands. Routine Maintenance Keeping your keyboard clean is an easy process that you should perform regularly Before beginning, determine whether you have a mechanical or a membrane keyboard. Some boards still use a mechanical spring apparatus underneath the keys, which creates a distinctive click when keys are pressed. But most keyboards today use hard-contact keys that connect with a plastic membrane.