Keyboards That Fit Like Gloves For Typing Without Strain
Typing can be a real pain in the hand for workers who spend a lot of time at their computer keyboards. Carpal tunnel syndrome, an inflammation of the tendons in the hands and wrists, is just one of the many repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) that sideline many workers. Industrial Innovations Inc. in Scottsdale, Ariz., is tackling the problem by redesigning the conventional keyboard.
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