best computer mouses/keyboards

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best computer mouses/keyboards

Postby svennobalance » Thu Jul 24, 2008 10:00 am

Hey all,

My hands are getting so bad I'm frustrated every time I'm near a computer. My hands are losing coordination and turning into claws. What devices do people like best for computer mouses (pads or mice or what) and keyboards?

I am a techie at work so this has begun to bother me horribly.

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Re: best computer mouses/keyboards

Postby Janice » Thu Jul 24, 2008 11:00 am

Hi Gabriel,

I had an ergonomic keyboard with an ergonomic roller ball mouse. The keyboard is shaped a little different to allow spreading of the hands, or what is considered to be appropriate placement for the hands. The mouse is huge and the ball is used for everything, except typing. If I find a link with the information I'm referring to, I'll add it.

Take care,

P.S. Adding links:
http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouse ... fault.mspx (click on ergonomic for both)
http://www.fentek-ind.com/ergo.htm
http://www.ergo-items.com/
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