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I have a computer and iPad. Should I buy a keyboard for ipad?
I have an iPad and a bluetooth keyboard (also a computer). The keyboard comes in very handy at times. I think you can do better than $70. As I recall, I paid about $40. Check with newegg.com
How do I clean the buttons my on my keyboard?
turn the keyboard the different way up and produce it outdoors and in simple terms attempt to get the grimy issues out. attempt utilising cotton buds or a thick needle that could greater healthful in the time of the keyboard buttons
How do you clean a computer keyboard?
to remove the keys put a key at the lower part of the key and push towards the top, or just tap the keyboard from behind or use a brush and blower
I want to clean under my laptops keyboard?
The best way, and most non-destructive way, is to just vacuum the keyboard while pressing keys. Keep a tight seal against the keytops with the end of the vacuum's nozzle, and press down. Loose debris will get sucked up. If that does not work, then you will need to disassemble the entire laptop working from the bottom-up. Its not quick and painless, and there are a lot of sensitive components in the way, such as the motherboard... so its not something you would want to undertake if you have other options. I've never taken that particular model apart, but most laptops are really not designed to get to the keyboard easily. The ones I have taken apart... it was the very last thing you can possibly take out of the computer (aside from the lid/screen), and even then, it did not help me clean out the keyboard, as the keys were mounted onto a board and I could not get to the underside of them at all. There was no benefit in taking the thing apart. I later found that the keys popped right off of my particular laptop, allowing me to use Q-tips dipped in rubbing alcohol to clean everything. I am not saying your key tops can do the same, and even if they did, you might break them off if you do not use the right tool. I found a pair of tweezers made specially for this in a cheap-o tool kit at the local Radio Shack. It has right angle bends in the legs of the wide-spaced tweezer. First try the vacuum trick, pressing into the keys with the nozzle. If that does not work, then you might look into whether or not that model's keyboard has removable keytops, and buy a tool to remove them, without having to take the laptop apart. If you end up resorting to disassembling the laptop, make sure you can even get to the key posts to clean them before you start.
can it cause the desktop to stop working if I spill tea on the keyboard or mouse?
You will only damage the keyboard and/or the mouse, so far as no liquid is getting inside the desktop tower or the monitor. Always keep drinks away from computer or any other electronic device to prevent spills that can cause damage to them.
different types of musical keyboard& their sounds?
usually in production studio, you would use a combination of software on a computer, and the keyboard would be the controller. For example.cakewalk software can interface via midi, using the keyboard as a controller that you can assign any sound or beat .wav file to the sequence you record. Some keyboards can have new sounds uploaded into them.some hardware beat machines do the same thing. MOST high end electronic drum sets can be used in the same manner. Go to a music store that sells keyboards and play with them until you find the one that fits your functionality and price requirements.
What is the best way to clean a keyboard without taking the keys off?
Get a can of compressed air and blow it through a straw which attaches to the nozzle. If you tilt the keyboard around then you can blow out all the dirt. Obviously you can just wipe the top of the keys with a cloth.
disconnected/reconnected the keyboard on a laptop, now keyboard won't work. 10?
You did not put the ribbon cable back on properly and you did not put the keyboard back properly. Before you damage more connections, I suggest that you bring it to a good repair shop and let them fix what you broke. (There was no reason to disassemble anything from the start. ).