MaximumPC takes a look at some user input devices that may help you to work safer and with less pain, in their Ergonomic Keyboard Review Roundup.
The Penclic is an interesting new user interface device from Sweden, and is a combination of a mouse and a pen that promises to be ‘stylish, ergonomic and highly practical’.
Gardening is a popular activity for many people, but for people who suffer from RSI, it can sometimes be a challenge, because it’s often a very hand-intensive activity. Ergonomic tools may be able to help!
Mary related her experiences with Dragon Dictate for Macintosh and Dragon Naturally Speaking for Windows, and reaches a perhaps surprising conclusion.
Here are some of the most popular and well-regarded products for ergonomically using your computer and electronic devices, as of December 2011. Mice, keyboards, tablets, and more!
Holiday shopping is all too often a stressful experience, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Take your time, get some outstanding deals, and enjoy a relaxed Cyber Monday, shopping online!
Here’s a preview of the new Comfort Curve 3000 Ergonomic Keyboard from Microsoft, which is ‘ergonomist approved and helps provide a more natural wrist position that just feels right from the first time you use it.’
Home ultrasound machines, which use sound waves to penetrate deeply into damaged tissue, can help relieve symptoms associated with muscle sprains, joint disorders, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, bursitis, and more.
Smartfish Technologies has recently introduced some very interesting user input devices featuring a new technology they call ErgoMotion, which is built on the concept that movement is the key to healthier computing.
The MouseBean Hand Rest is designed to provide support, protection and comfort when using a mouse, and can help reduce tension and stress in the hand, arm, shoulder, neck and back.