Voice Recognition Software Reviewed

In an article at CBSNews.com (Voice Recognition Software Put To Test) PC Answer Man Larry Magid reviews Nuance Communications Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 voice recognition software, as well as the voice recognition software that will be included in the forthcoming Vista operating system (the next version of the Windows operating system, …

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Zero Tension Mouse Reviewed

The Zero Tension Mouse is an ergonomic pointing device designed to keep your hand in a neutral position as you use your computer. According to clinical tests, it’s the only computer mouse that relaxes all 8 muscle groups that cause carpal tunnel syndrome and other overuse injuries.

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Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

I finally purchased the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000, after some months of dawdling as I waited for it to go on sale (what can I say – I’m frugal). All in all, I like this keyboard a lot. Ergonomically, it’s quite excellent, and I recommend the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 for anyone looking for a solid and attractive ergonomic keyboard.

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Mind Your Posture

In Your Computer May Be A Pain In The Neck, Stefanie Olsen of CNET News.com writes about “postural syndrome” – a repetitive strain injury involving the neck and spine. Postural syndrome is associated with the 12 vertebrae of the mid-back and chest area, with the injury commonly targetting the fourth, …

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RSI-Relief Books

I’ve recently added a new section to this web site, focussing on RSI Books. Included are all the currently available publications I could find, covering the following topics: Books about Repetitive Strain Injury Books about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Books about Related Conditions Books about Ergonomics The “related conditions” section includes …

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