A laptop’s compact keyboard is too small to let your creativity and hard work flow effectively! Think outside the box (or laptop in this case). Adding an external keyboard and mouse to your workspace will not only allow you to prop up your laptop in order to see the screen at a comfortable height, it will also take pressure off your wrists.
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Your keyboard is so high that it seems like you are typing in the clouds. Good thing the solution is much more simple than taking a plane to get to the keyboard level! A simple keyboard tray that attaches to your desk will do the trick.
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If you're done assuming the limbo position at work, you are in luck! There are various solutions.
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Although it may seem like a great idea to showcase your wrist extension skills, in the long run you will realize that in this case being neutral is best. If your elbows seem low compared to your mouse an adjustable keyboard tray will be of benefit. Whereas if your elbows are perfectly aligned with the mouse, a mouse pad can help decrease your wrist extension and relieve the contact stress.
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Even though the mind might be relaxed while clicking away at work, your wrist is stressed out! Contact with a hard surface day in and day out can put stress on your wrist. A great way to calm it down is to comfort it with softer support.