KFC has keyboard trays so you can text with greasy hands

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KFC Has Keyboard Trays So You Can Text with Greasy Hands
KFC came up with a keyboard that lets people seamlessly eat greasy food and text without taking a five second break from eating to wipe your hands with a napkin.

Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants in Germany lined their serving trays with Bluetooth keyboards instead of the normal paper liners. It is called the Tray Typer and it was developed by a company called Serviceplan. All you have to do is sync the keyboard to your phone and you're good to go. The promotion only lasted a week and according to marketers, it was a hit and everyone who used it took it home. This actually isn't the first keyboard themed promotion from KFC either. In 2014, they held a contest and 3 lucky winners took home either a fried chicken keyboard, mouse, or thumb drive.

I mean, if you ignore the fact that its sole purpose is so you can shove greasy food into your mouth while simultaneously staying attached to your smart phone... it's a kind of a cool idea. I also love how they threw a salad in this promo video - come on, KFC. You're not fooling anyone with that.

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