Keyboard rest offer diverse and flexible options for positioning your keyboard and mouse at your workstation. Keyboard trays, which fit under the work surface, have intuitive adjustment capabilities so the keyboard can be positioned to fit your working style. There are also keyboard rests designed for corner workstations as well and easy-to-install keyboard managers that do not require any tools.
Hand and arm position is critical when using your keyboard and mouse every day. The right angle and height ensures comfortable typing and prevents common conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome.
Keyboards should be positioned one to two inches above your thighs. The keyboard should have a negative tilt, which is down and away from you. This position allows your arms and hands to follow the downward slope of your thighs.
It is important to also keep your mouse close to the keyboard. Overreaching to use the mouse is one of the most common causes of elbow pain among office workers. Most devices position the mouse tray close to the keyboard tray, preventing the overreach that may be causing pain.
A keyboard rest is a great way to keep your fingers and wrists comfortable and healthy while you use your computer. However, it can be hard to find a computer wrist rest that your body feels good in. Also, it can be difficult to find a computer wrist rest that can be simple and comfortable. Our options are easy to use, comfortable, and durable to withstand the rigours of everyday use.
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