Ergonomic Keyboards USB (split, adjustable, natural)
Ergonomic Keyboards USB
The design of ergonomic keyboards allows for a more natural positioning of your arms and hands. A keyboard with a smaller width keeps the mouse closer to the user. This reduction in distance reduces the reach necessary and places the mouse in a more ergonomic positon. The benefits create a healthier and safer workplace, reduce fatigue, discomfort, and risk of injury such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Ergonomic Techniques For Keyboard Users
Keep the wrist in a neutral position: parallel to your desk and the middle finger must be in line with the wrist and forearm.
Don't rest your wrist while typing, let it float. Only rest your wrist while you are NOT typing.
Use a light touch when pressing keys.
Don't stretch your fingers to reach for faraway keys. Instead move your arm to position your finger over the key and then hit it.
Do not hold your thumbs rigid or your pinkies up. Curve your fingers.
Don't use two fingers of one hand for two-key combinations. Use one finger of one hand to hold Shift, Ctrl, or Alt down, and then hit the second key with a finger from the other hand.
The Kinesis Freestyle convertible keyboard is a breakthrough in ergonomic design. Created with input from ergonomists and health professionals, the Freestyle adapts to the specific needs of each user, while providing a stylish accent to any workstation.
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