Our most popular keyboard trays have a proven record of alleviating one of the most common causes of computer-related injury: poor posture as a result of typing and mousing at an improper height. Remaining in an incorrect posture can place heavy strain on your arms, shoulders, and even up your back and neck. This is especially true if you find yourself in front of the computer for two or more hours per day.
Each of the keyboard trays listed below are equipped with height adjustment to fit a variety of people and postures as well as swivel and negative tilt for quick tweaks in comfort. These features converge to place your body into its ideal, neutral posture where you're neither stressed nor flexed, accommodating your body's posture at its most relaxed with equipment designed to follow suit.
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A keyboard tray is an essential part of any ergonomic workspace, especially if you find yourself in front of a computer for two or more hours per day. Typing and mousing on a surface too high for you places strain on your arms, shoulders, back, and neck. When left in this position over the course of the day, the muscles that were strained and flexed as you were working will become severely fatigued, often times causing immense yet avoidable pain. The adjustments featured on our most popular ergonomic keyboards not only address the common problems of computing, but also assuage pain from more serious injuries such as carpal tunnel and other musculoskeletal disorders.
Below, you'll find blog entries and a video review with helpful information and suggestions on selecting the right keyboard for you.