Handheld USB Vacuum Keyboard Cleaner Brush Dust Collector for Laptop Computer Br For Sale

Handheld USB Vacuum Keyboard Cleaner Brush Dust Collector for Laptop Computer Br


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Handheld USB Vacuum Keyboard Cleaner Brush Dust Collector for Laptop Computer Br:
$9

Specifications:
Mini size and handheld type, easy to clean the dust at the corner/crack/gap of the keyboard.
This keyboard vacuum cleaner can be plugged straight into USB port without requiring external power source.
It is great for the keyboard, printer, camera equipment and office electronic equipment.
Also can be used to clean crumbles of pet food.

Type: USB Vacuum Cleaner
Quantity: 1 Pc
Power: 3.5W
Working Voltage: DC 5V
Power Supply: USB Connection
Features: USB Vacuum Cleaner, Convenient to Use, Handheld, Portable
Size: 19.6cm x 13.7cm x 6cm/7.72" x 5.39" x 2.36" (Approx.)

Notes:
Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.

Package Includes:
1 x USB Vacuum Cleaner
1 x USB Cable
1 x User Manual

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On May-17-18 at 07:07:06 PDT, seller added the following information:



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