Anyone into ergonomic mice/keyboards?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by prox, Dec 20, 2002.

  1. prox


    Has anyone looked into these and found some particularly comfortable keyboards, mice, or mouse pads ? I'm concerned about carpal tunnel as I spend tons of hours typing and clicking :eek:

    Thank you.
  2. Office Depot/ Staples sell nice gel pads for a few bucks that make for cheap insurance against future problems caused by being on a computer for longs hours.

    Highly recommended

  3. lundy


  4. Swish


    I had some problems with mouse related muscle soreness a few years ago. I now use both left handed and right handed mice on my two computers - spreads out the usage and eliminated my soreness issues. It took two days to become fairly proficient w/ the left handed mouse. I use a left handed Perfit mouse from They have different sizes for different size hands and it's the most comfortable mouse I've ever used.
  5. I have a DataHand keyboard for when my wrists get really bad.. Expensive, but awesome. The mouse is integrated.

    Most days, if I've been keeping my posture good, I can just use a regular 110key + thumb trackball.