Laptop monitors are too low for most people, forcing users to stretch out and hunch over. (Or “strunch,” as Steelcase calls it.)
The problem: Lots of them. There's a high likelihood of discomfort and, over time, injury to the back, arm, wrist, neck, and shoulders. So stop strunching.
Illustration by Brown Bird Design; Photograph by Justin Steele for Bloomberg Businessweek