A lot of noise is made about sitting in front of a screen all day every day. They say that sitting is the new smoking, and concerns are raised about your eye health. But what about your wrists and hands? Pounding away at your keyboard all day can be bad for them too. Fortunately, the Logitech Split Ergonomic Keyboard is designed with a curved, split keyframe that not only improves your typing posture, it also helps to alleviate muscle strain on your wrists and forearms while keeping your hands and shoulders relaxed.
Logitech’s keyboard offers 54 percent more wrist support, which helps to reduce strain and improve posture. Its design keeps your hands, wrists, fingers, and forearms in a more natural posture. It’s something you’ll notice from the very first moment you rest your fingers on the keys. You’ll also notice that your back starts to feel better as the keyboard reduces muscle activity in your upper trapezius muscle by 21 percent. This is the same muscle that stabilizes and facilitates shoulder and neck movement. The wrist rest is also more comfortable with three layers of padding to support your wrists—it also reduced wrist bending by 25 percent. If you’re more of a stander than a sitter at work, then you’ll appreciate the palm lift feature. Legs tilt the keyboard to 0 degrees, -4 degrees, and -7 degrees to keep your palms in the optimal ergonomic position whether you’re sitting or standing. Finally, your accuracy and precision will also increase, not just because of better positioning but also because of the responsiveness and tactile details of the keyboard.
Logitech is offering the ERGO K860 split ergonomic keyboard now. You can purchase it on their website for $129.99. Give your fingers, hands, wrists, forearms, shoulders, back, and neck a break and start typing better in a more natural way.