Any decent keyboard tray fixes two common ergonomic woes. Wrist extension (bending the wrists too far back toward the forearm) and elbow flexion (holding the elbows at too sharp an angle). Negative tilt helps with the former, while vertical height adjustment helps with the latter.
ISE’s Leader keyboard tray passes both requirements with flying colors. While the industry standard for negative tilt is 15º, the Leader goes the extra mile (well, 5º) and can be adjusted to negative 20º of tilt. This seemingly minor fix can do wonders for your wrists, as a few extra degrees allow a typist to keep his or her hands in a comfortable, neutral position.
The Leader also shines [...]
Turns out there’s more to an active workstation than a standing desk or an office treadmill. Getting out of your chair is a great first step, but you want to make sure your arms and hands don’t wind up paying the price. Typing ergonomics might seem complex at first, but they’re actually quite simple, and incredibly important. Give some thought as to how much time you spend typing in a workday. For the average American computer worker it equates to somewhere between 300,000 and 1.4 million keystrokes a year. So, don’t underestimate the importance of typing equipment, you’ll be [...]