The Engage Keyboard from Smartfish is the worldâ€™s first keyboard that prevents Repetitive Stress Injury; its patented motion system studies your typing to subtly change hand and wrist positions.
Can’t stand your laptop’s trackpad, but can’t bear to lug around a full-size mouse? This finger-friendly wireless pen-mouse is small enough to track on the spare surface area next to your trackpad.
The ergonomic CYCLOPS controller by Genos will be sold as a universal remote for TVs, consumer electronic devices and video game consoles, and will also connect to most cell phones via Bluetooth.
Five years in the making, Wiege’s On Chair is off-balance in a good way: the active seat has joints that can tilt forward, back, and side to side, thereby keeping you moving while sitting.
Sit back and relax work with Herman Miller’s Envelop Desk; it features an “infield” that slides and pivots to support your forearms, allowing you to keep a more comfortable posture.
Part art, part neck-saver, Dr. Dan Steingart’s A-stand is an ergonomic laptop stand with a distinctly industrial look; it’s basically all PVC pipe, so you could conceivably build your own.
Ergonomic mice aren’t anything new, but HandshoeMouse’s saddle shape seems to make sense: the entire hand rests on the mouse, allowing it to relax and minimize tension.
Biomorph’s Maxo Desk is an ergonomic dream, with a height adjustable surface and tilting keyboard tray. At 91″, it can support 4-6 monitors for all your working gaming needs.
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