Developed by a physical therapist and bike enthusiast, these unique handlebar grips are designed to improve ergonomics and comfort by rotating your hands into a more natural position when riding. They also help to reduce vibrations. Available in composite or carbon fiber materials.
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The cheery Ballo Stool by Humanscale combines functional design with the playfulness of an exercise ball. An ideal task seat, it comfortably tilts with your movements thanks to two pliable air-filled domes on an innovative center column. It can help correct posture and alleviate back pain by naturally aligning the spine.
X-Bows’ low-profile mechanical keyboard has a curved mid-section that places wrists in the optimal position, and its detachable numpad can be placed on either its left or right side. It can be equipped with Gateron switches in a variety of feedback levels, and has full RGB backlighting. Deal available for a limited time from Drop.
This oversize lap desk opens up a serious workspace while you sit on the couch or in bed. It has vented spot for up to a 17″ laptop, along with a large mousepad, built-in wrist pads, a tablet holder, and pockets for your mouse and other accessories. Its padded armrests provide support and comfort, and can be repositioned.
Working from home? Your back shouldn’t suffer from being stuck in a chair all day. Fully’s add-on converts any flat surface into a standing desk. It’s made from a lightweight aluminum structure with a laminate surface, and is freely-adjustable from 1.3″ to 15.7″ of lift. Measures 31.3″ W x 22″ H, and holds up to 22 lb.
This fiberglass stand measures just 0.5″ thick when folded flat, but expands to provide a stable, elevated shelf for your laptop in seconds. It offers up to 10″ of lift for standing, and three angles for seated positions. It holds all kinds of laptops, and has a weight capacity of up to 22 lbs.
It might take touch typists a little while to get used to the tweaked key positions, but computer accessory maker Logitech says the curved and split key design of its Ergo K860 wireless keyboard can help reduce muscle strain on your wrists and forearms. It also has scooped keys, and a palm rest with an adjustable angle from 0 to -7º.
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