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When protecting your digital devices, Lapogy is committed to bringing you the latest technologies of the 21st century. We specialize in providing keyboard covers. Ultra-thin keyboard brings you a great experience, avoiding wear, water and dust

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Everyday tapping,accidental spills and annoying dust is hurting your keyboard. As your daily partner, your keyboard deserved to be well protected.

With Lapogy keyboard cover,there is no more worries about spills,dust,wearing off or the other damage.

And the cleaning will be easier and more convenient. Just by taking it off and rinse it with water, you can enjoy it again cleanly and healthily.

It comes with a vuris color options for you to decorate your keyboard as needed.

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1.DO check your laptop model.It is only fit for these models:

2018 Flagship HP Pavilion 15.6"TouchScreen laptop

15.6" HP Pavilion x360 15-BR075NR

15.6" HP ENVY x360 15M-BP011DX 15M-BP012DX 15M-BP111DX 15M-BP112DX 15M-BQ021DX 15M-BQ121DX

15.6"HP 15-CB series,such as 15-CB010NR 15-CB071NR

15.6"HP 15-CC series,such as 15-CC010NR 15-CC020NR 15-CC063NR 15-CC064NR 15-CC065NR 15-CC123CL

15.6"HP 15-CD series,such as 15-CD040WM 15-CD051NR 15-CD072NR 15-CD075NR

15.6"HP Spectre x360 15-CH011DX

15.6"HP 15-BW series,such as 15-BW069NR 15-BW070NR

15.6"HP 15-BS013DX 15-BS020NR 15-BS020WM 15-BS033CL

17.3"HP ENVY 17M-AE011DX 17M-AE111DX

17.3"HP 17-BS series,such as 17-BS010NR 17-BS020NR 17-BS019DX 17-BS049DX,etc

2.Please check your "Ctrl"key to make sure it is the one in the photo. If your keys are fingerprint keys,our keyboard membrane does not conform.ne.

[2Pack]Keyboard Cover Skin for 15.6 HP Pavilion X360 15-BR075NR

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