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Input Devices

+ - Can Ergonomics have Style?

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null-sRc
null-sRc writes "I've recently received some pretty bad whiplash and I'm looking for the ULTIMATE in ergonomic layout.

I've read a lot about this chair mounted split keyboard which not only seems ergo, but also uber 1337 and will most likely impress any girls i have over:
http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/96/6.20.96/k eyboard.html

Problem is.. I can't find anyone that sells a usb split keyboard that is chair mountable and adjustable.

This company makes some ergo desks that actually look half decent:
http://www.biomorphdesk.com/1-888-302-DESK/graphic _field.html

Though they aren't quite as elegant as I would like.

Most ergonomic keyboards look like garbage and ergonomic desks very utilitiarian and have no style associated;

So, does anybody know of the perfect **ergonomical** chair / keyboard / desk layout that actually manages to look good at the same time?

I'm talking split keyboard chair mounted. (usb / wireless would be nice)
Height adjustable curved desk of sorts with height adjustable keyboard tray.
LCD arms for the desk would be nice. (dell 3007wfp in particular)
and a chair that is so ridiculously ergo that I am in a queen of england at a tea party posture while working.

I know it's a tall order, but I'm as demanding of my workspace as it is of me."

The use of anthropomorphic terminology when dealing with computing systems is a symptom of professional immaturity. -- Edsger Dijkstra

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