Top Computer Ergonomic Devices, December 2011

Here are some of the most popular and well-regarded products for ergonomically using your computer and electronic devices, as of December 2011:

  • Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
    Place your hands and arms naturally and comfortably, and enjoy the cutting-edge design and improved performance for maximium productivity. The improved split design encourages a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm position and its new curved key layout makes keys easier to reach.

  • Logitech M305 Wireless MouseLogitech M305 Wireless Mouse
    The Logitech Wireless Mouse M305 offers exceptional comfort and cordless convenience. The contoured shape and soft rubber grips keep your hand comfortable, even after long hours at the computer. The precision optical tracking provides responsive, smooth cursor control with high-definition optical tracking, and the tiny nano-receiver gives you a reliable connection with virtually no delays or dropouts.

  • Wacom Bamboo Create Pen TabletWacom Bamboo Create Pen Tablet
    The Bamboo Create pen and touch tablet opens up a new world for digital art and photo projects. With twice the workspace of other tablets, Bamboo Create gives you plenty of space to express yourself, enabling broad brush strokes or arm movements.

  • Razer Nostromo Gaming KeypadRazer Nostromo Gaming Keypad
    The Razer Nostromo gaming keypad is designed to give you the upper hand with cutting edge ergonomics designed for intuitive game control while you play in complete comfort. With an arsenal of tournament-grade controls including 16 fully programmable Hype response keys, 8 key maps that you can switch between on the fly, and an 8-way directional thumb pad all integrated into one dedicated gaming keypad, you’re prepared to take on all challengers.

  • Logitech Wireless Wave Keyboard and Laser Mouse ComboLogitech Wireless Wave Keyboard and Laser Mouse Combo
    With contoured curves in all the right places, this ergonomic keyboard and mouse give you the support you need to minimize hand and wrist strain—even after spending all day on your computer. More comfort also means you can type as you normally do using the standard keyboard layout you already know.

  •  Kensington Expert Mouse Optical USB TrackballKensington Expert Mouse Optical USB Trackball
    Navigate with greater comfort and precision while saving valuable desktop space with the Kensington Expert Mouse Optical USB Trackball. Its optical technology delivers precise cursor control with the touch of a finger, and trackballs require far less wrist movement than a mouse to provide a pain-free computing experience.

  • 2Loop iPad Handle2Loop iPad Handle
    Now there really is a convenient and ergonomic way to hold your iPad with the 2Loop iPad Handle. It’s a grip-free, hand-held iPad 2 holder that fits on any two fingers – left or right handed. Just slide them into position and you’re ready to go. It also swivels 360 degrees so you can move from Portrait to landscape with ease.

  • Logitech M570 Wireless TrackballLogitech M570 Wireless Trackball
    This hand-friendly wireless trackball lets you work and play wherever you want. No mouse to move around. No tricky keypad leaving your hand feeling cramped. Just roll the ball with your thumb and click. Precision never felt so comfortable. The sculpted shape supports your hand for comfortable control all day long.

  • Handstands Beaded Ergonomic Keyboard Wrist RestHandstands Beaded Ergonomic Keyboard Wrist Rest
    This ergonomic bead wrist rest is a lightweight, durable wrist rest that fits all popular keyboards and gently massages hands and wrists. It provides optimal comfort and support, and its bean-bag style allows it to fit nearly any keyboard shape.

  • Mobo Chair Mount Ergo Keyboard and Mouse Tray SystemMobo Chair-Mount Ergo Keyboard and Mouse Tray System
    The Mobo is a revolutionary keyboard and mouse tray system that attaches directly to your existing office chair, and naturally positions both desktop and laptop computer users in a comfortable and healthy neutral body position, eliminating awkward reaching and stretching while providing unsurpassed comfort and mobility.

Product details provided courtesy of Amazon, based on sales numbers on their e-commerce web site, and reflect the buying behavior of millions of people.

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Randy Rasa

Randy is an engineer/programmer/web designer who has suffered from repetitive strain injury off and on for over a decade.

One Comment:

  1. Here’s another good one. I use it, and I have a freind who says it solved a serious shoulder issue for him. It’s called the MouseBar.

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