So, I'm wondering if any of you have recommendations for keyboards and mice that have help you with this type of pain?
Right now I use:
- Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
- Logitech Wireless Touchpad T-R0002
- Logitech Performance Mouse MX
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Posted 13 February 2013 - 21:20
You ever use wrist rests?
I have to start by saying that I don't have carpal tunnel and tennis elbow and I don't know much about either condition. But I know what pain is and it must be awful for you to feel it whenever you use your PC. Is there not any surgery or physiotherapy you could have to help?
You seem to like Logitech Hardware. I have the same mouse as you which I personally find comfortable when used with a good desk and mouse mat. I also have the Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard (http://www.logitech....rd-k350?crid=26). I personally find this very comfortable with a cushioned palm rest and a 'wave' ergonomic design.
You should also have a look at Microsoft's hardware. The Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 seems to be Microsoft's current ergonomic offering (http://www.microsoft...c-keyboard-4000). On the web page it mentions the following: "According to some studies, ergonomic keyboard designs, such as the Microsoft Natural line, have been associated with significant reduction of carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms."
+1 for MS 4000 but if you are serious check this out, the keyboards without the number pad really seem to make sense as keyboard-mouse movement is a major reason for the pain. Also that mouse is quite heavy, I've tried it and unless you have gigantic hands its too much work for the wrist to move. http://www.gizmag.co...ce-crown/16684/
imho Microsoft ergonomic keyboards beat those by Logitech.
However, if you still experience discomfort, maybe you need something more radical like:
1) Kinesis Maxim adjustable
2) Kinesis Advantage Pro
Posted 13 February 2013 - 21:29
Posted 13 February 2013 - 22:20
I use a Logitech G700 mouse and a Microsoft comfortcurve 3000 kb and they are very comfy
Posted 14 February 2013 - 06:24
How's the battery life?