Laptop Ergonomics Part 1: Protect Your Health and Improve Productivity By Following Ergonomic Laptop Usage Best Practices

Laptop computers have greatly increased productivity by compacting all of the components of a desktop computer into a small, portable form factor. Unfortunately, this portability comes with a price. Straining your upper body to conform to the laptop’s keyboard and track pad may contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome and hunching forward because of the laptop’s significantly lower screen height increases your risk of back and neck problems.

Vodafone Group, PLC, beautifully illustrates how to correct your posture to provide optimum ergonomics for laptop use in this brief but effective video.

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