Workrite Keyboard Trays
Workrite Keyboard Trays provide a wide rage of ergonomic adjustability to match your body's needs and reduce the risk of repetitive stress injuries, including neck and back pain and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. The Workrite Standard Keyboard Tray System features a continuous, in-line keyboard and mouse platform for quick reversal of your keyboard and mouse, while keyboard trays like the Workrite Glide and Workrite Advantage feature a separate mousing platform with a rectangular shape to compliment your computer display and allow for full navigation without having to constantly lift or move the mouse. The popular Banana Board features a mouse-forward design that aligns with the natural reach of the forearm from keyboard to mouse, as well as a built-in document holder and cord management. If you spend more than two hours per day at your computer, an ergonomic keyboard tray is an integral part of your workspace, and a Workrite keyboard tray may be the solution.
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Workrite Keyboard Trays have both positive and negative tilt adjustment, usually ranging from -15 degrees to +10 degrees. This means you can tilt the platform either toward or away from you. However, the proper ergonomic position is a negative tilt, which means the top of your keyboard is at a downward slope away from you. This is the proper position to eliminate wrist pronation, which is one of the causes of typing-related repetitive stress injuries and pain, so we don't recommend using your keyboard's positive tilt function. We're not a fan of the legs on the back of many keyboards for this same reason.