Yes, we know we have harped on about pink gadgets and how degrading it is to our species to keep going on about them. We also know that we have tried to use ‘Hello Kitty’ as an excuse to talk fluffy and girly.
But this time we really do have a good excuse for pointing this pink product out to you; it’s clever and practical and it’s really not its fault that it's pink.
The Bendi board is an ultra slim, silicon keyboard which claims to reduce negative-angle stress to your wrists through its flat and soft design and has the same qualities you would find in a yoga instructor - it is so flexible you can bend and stretch it an yway you want.
The keyboard is also washable which is good news for those of us who claim to treat our bodies like temples, but can’t quite resist the temptations of coffee and bread as it lets us get rid of the evidence.
Like a yoga mat it can also be rolled up and taken anywhere making it ideal for use with laptops.
Be warned though – the Bendi board may claim to be practically indestructible but unlike your yoga mat we don’t think you can put it anywhere and sleep on it, there is after all a huge difference between ones dainty fingers and one’s, uh, backside no matter how yoga toned it is.
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