Why should I buy a split ergonomic keyboard with separate halves?
I work on my computer all day long and I am a full time medical transcriptionist and recently I have been having some pain in my wrists when I type. My family doctor has recommended me to buy a splint ergonomic keyboard to prevent developing carpal tunnel syndrome in the future. Is it true? If yes, then tell me why?
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The ergonomic keyboard allows the wrist to remain in a more normal position. If you look at your hands on a regular keyboard, you will see that they turn outwards. Sustaining a more normal position will lessen your chances of developing carpal tunnel. Resting your hands, even briefly, as often as you can, while you are working, will also help.
I don't agree. Unless you fix your posture, an "ergonomic" keyboard won't make any difference.
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by ruuhala7 years ago
Is 7000 microsoft ergonomic keyboard compatable to be installed on toshiba laptopProduct name, Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000.It does specify anywhere on the box if it is compatable with laptop computers...
by VendettaVixen6 years ago
I've been importing pictures from wikimedia commons and the top half shows up fine, but the bottom half of some of the images is just a grey rectangle.Does anyone know how to fix this?Thanks a bunch.
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