Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Laptop Stand On Wheels

OSHA Recommends reclining. You will not find another stand that cantilevers your laptop out over the edge of your desk, so you can recline. We have the only laptop stand that positions a laptop to comply with OSHA's recommendations of reclining and frequent changes in posture - and it doesn’t require an external keyboard or monitor. See the "Solutions" page to find out more.

The Laptop Stand On Wheels by Keynamics LLC allows for very comfortable laptop typing. The stand meets the guidelines of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), such as their emphasis on reclining and frequently changing your position as you work (that's where the wheels come in handy:) See OSHA's site at osha dot gov and search "Computer Workstations" - Our stand complies!

Both OSHA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have spoken out, on the problems that laptops deliver to you, the user. Among these problems, Keynamics has solved many, such as the need to raise your screen toward the plane of your eyes and the need to hold your wrists at a neutral posture. We allow you to achieve this neutral wrist posture, regardless whether you use our stand on top of your desk or off the front edge of your desk.

Keynamics - User Interface Design, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Ergonomics

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