The latest news and information on Repetitive Strain Injury prevention, support, and recovery: Carpal tunnel cases need prompt treatment. UGLee Pen, Combimouse, Does Repetitive Movement Cause Carpal Tunnel Pain?, Predicting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and more…
The latest news and information on Repetitive Strain Injury prevention, support, and recovery: Is It Really Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Cost-Justify Ergonomic Improvements, Levitating Mouse, and more!
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’.
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!
Create a warm ergonomic computer work area and the perfect mouse hand environment with the Mouse Hand Warmer, which is an inexpensive way to keep your mouse hand warm during chilly weather or whenever you feel your mouse hand getting cold.
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is now a major industrial disease affecting millions of people around the world. RSI includes conditions such as carpel tunnel syndrome, tenosynovitis and tendinitis – often collectively referred to as upper limb disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, occupational overuse syndrome (OOS), computer related injuries or cumulative trauma disorders, …
There are a number of ways to bypass the mouse, by using the keyboard and learning the shortcut keys built into your computer’s operating system, as well as shortcut keys provided by the applications you use every day.
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.
In How To Mouse Goofy, Meg Hourihan offers an interesting story about how she learned to use the mouse with her left hand (she’s a natural righty). The “goofy” in the title is a skateboarding reference. Most skateboarders ride with their left foot on the front of the board; this …
Jeremy Atkinson has a reviw of the Evoluent Vertical Mouse 2 (Is the VerticalMouse 2 Worth a Thumbs Up?) at ExtremeTech.com. We’d reported on an earlier review of the mouse, from LIVEdigitally.com nearly a year ago. So the mouse has been available for awhile, but is apparently still gaining attention.