Top 5 Ergonomic & Comfortable Computer Accessories

Staff Writer By Staff Writer - June 22nd, 2018
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We’re all guilty of spending too much time at our computers. Whether it be for work, study or leisure, anyone who’s used a computer for long periods of time has most likely experienced sore arms, wrists, fingers and muscles. Avoid those pesky aches and pains from RSI with ergonomic Keyboards, Mice & Accessories.

Ergonomic Wrist and Forearm Support Pad

Attachable arm rest attached to a chair
You can attach it to your table, chair or workstation
Using a mouse on the attachable arm rest
Adaptable for both left and right handed users

This intuitive support pad is the perfect arm rest for the home or office. You can attach it to your table, chair or workstation to rest your arms and even use your mouse as you would on your desk! This neat piece of furniture reduces the stress on your neck, arms and shoulders that comes with frequent day-to-day use of your keyboard and mouse. Easy to assemble with no tools necessary and adapted for both left and right handed users, this support pad is a must for those who find continuous computer use a strain on their body.

Logitech MX Ergo Advanced Bluetooth and Wireless Trackball Mouse 

Picture of ergonomic trackball mouse from the side
The trackball allows for new control options
Picture of ergonomic mouse from the front
Your wrist will be placed in a more natural way

Logitech's most advanced trackball mouse delivers 20% less muscular strain compared to a regular mouse. Featuring a unique adjustable hinge for personalised comfort, you can choose the most comfortable angle for your hand to rest. Not only is it comfortable to use, it’s got some other awesome features. With a battery that lasts up to 4 months in a single full charge, you can use the mouse for a whole day on just over one minute of charge. Plus, with Logitech FLOW technology you can connect & work on two devices at the same time using the MX Ergo mouse. Our customers love it too: “Highly recommend this trackball - as a digital designer for over 20 years who spends sometimes 10-12 hours a day using it I can totally recommend this. I never have hand shoulder or arm pain and found the control/accuracy on this even better than I expected - I love it”

Dynamix Ergonomic Mouse Pad with Gel Palm Wrist Rest 

Picture of gel mouse pad
Smooth glide surface with gel palm rest
Picture of gel mouse pad packaging
Non-skid PU backing keeps everything in place

Made with environmentally-friendly gel, the Dynamix Ergonomic Mouse Pad features a non-skid back for enhanced grip and mouse control so your mouse pad doesn’t move about when you’re using it. Rest your wrist on a design that offers natural hand and wrist movement and a tracking surface for smooth and precise mouse use. Plus it’s fantastic value for money – so you’ll get wrist support without having to break the bank.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Keyboard

It takes a little getting used to, but its worth it
The keyboard features an improved split curve design

The Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop is built with advanced ergonomic principles in mind. This means it's designed with a split keyboard layout that keeps wrists and forearms in a relaxed position, and a cushioned palm rest to provide wrist support. The domed keyboard shape works to reduce and correct wrist movement that can cause pain and limited mobility. The curved wireless mouse reduces strain that a lengthier mouse can cause over time. "The keyboard is the best I've ever used" says one of our customers Andrew. "All but fixed the RSI I had in my fingers and is so comfortable to use."

Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard 

double-cushioned palm rest in stunning two-tone grey
naturally arched shape help protect you from wrist strain

Just because you’ve got a Surface device doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of comfortable peripherals. The Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard has been designed with a unique double-cushioned palm rest, subtle changes to the key top geometry, split space bar, and a naturally arched shape to help protect you from hand and wrist strain, all while improving your typing form. Work in style without having to worry about aching fingers and wrists.

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