Ergonomic keyboard from Logitech
Ergo K86. © Logitech.
Logitech is expanding its ergonomic product line with a new, wireless keyboard called Ergo K860. Its wave-like surface provides better support for the wrists, improves posture and reduces muscle strain. According to Logitech, the ERGO K860 reduces muscle activity by 21% in the upper trapezius, a key muscle in the centre of the back that stabilizes shoulder and neck movement. A pillowed wrist rest reduces wrist bending, a common culprit of musculoskeletal disorders. Finally, the keyboard tilts forward to accommodate various different work positions, for example standing. The Ergo K860, which sells for USD150, is compatible with Windows and macOS. It connects to your computer directly through Bluetooth or through a USB receiver (provided).
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