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Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000Microsoft has announced its latest ergonomic keyboard and mouse duo, the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000. The keyboard features a Comfort Curve layout for natural wrist posture with a six-degree curve. The mouse on the other hand features BlueTrack technology so that you can use it on almost any surface.

Some other features include low-profile quiet touch keys and rubber grips on both sides of the Wireless Mouse 5000. You can get it later this month for $79.95. Your wrists may just thank you. Check out our review of the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 while you are contemplating the purchase.

Belkin introduces comfort mice

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2009

Belkin introduces comfort miceBelkin has unveiled a new line of comfort mice which feature a new design that’s supposed to maximize comfort while you work. It also has an all terrain optical engine so you can use the mouse on any surface. The mice will be available in wireless, Bluetooth and retractable USB versions.

The Bluetooth version will be available in Black and White for $49.99 and the wireless version comes with 2 AA batteries which will be available in fuchsia, black, blue and red for $29.99. The retractable version is $19.99 and they have the same colors as the battery versions.

Zero-Gee workstation for sleeping on the blog

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2008

Zero-Gee workstation for sleeping on the blog
I’d like you to meet my new chair. It’s not a smart chair. It’s the Zero-Gee Ergonomic workstation and by the looks of it, you’ll do a ton of resting and get very little work done. It’s got almost everything you need built in. Like a computer monitor, keyboard, swing out tray thing for your drinks and snacks. About the only thing missing is an onboard toilet, but I guess you can get up for that chore.

Ahhh, a blogger’s dream come true. I could have a little siesta between every article. Doesn’t it make you sleepy just looking at it? Unfortunately, the reality is that not many people are going to pay an outrageous price when you can just park yourself on the couch with your laptop.

Switch Mouse: Easy navigation & ergomonics

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2008

Switch Mouse: Easy navigation & ergomonicsComputer ergonomics is a science that keeps getting better and the Switch Mouse concept another attempt to move it forward. The Switch Mouse sits snug in your palm, which lets your shoulder muscles do all the work, taking some strain from your hand muscles.

It also features an integrated pad to keep the heel of your palm comfortably in place while you are not using the mouse. A circular joypad is used for scrolling. So tapping your finger will allow you to scroll up and down and side to side. It can also be adjusted for length which gives you the perfect fit. It’s an interesting idea and may well prove useful.