APWNH wrote:I'm probably gonna get RSI because I use a computer in excess of 10 hours a day, every day, so I'm thinking I should start preparing for it.
Anybody have recommendations? Good experiences?
Chrispy_ wrote:The most important thing is to minimize repetitive movements across an angled wrist. Changing your keyboard or mouse can help you solve this problem but just making everything soft and comfortable with gel pads isn't the solution. With the right chair and desk height, you can use most mice without issue. An ergo keyboard is mandatory, IMO because of the sort of thing straight keyboards force as per this diagram.
5150 wrote:Does anybody know if there is a "clicky" keyboard that also has a natural configuration? I've got a Unicomp keyboard now that I love, but I also love the old Microsoft Natural keyboards too.
thegleek wrote:There's a larger one that shows all aspects of doing it right or wrong: http://www.thegleek.com/images/keyboard_rsi_prevent.jpg
Chrispy_ wrote:I can't find the picture, but just try it: thegleek.com's top-down image is almost anatomically impossible.
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