I had horrible RSI in my mouse-clicking finger back in the bad-old-days of
Modern optical mice have made things a lot better, and I changed mouse-hands to
become "ambi-mousetrous" too, which all helped...
I've been using this Microsoft "ergonomic" keyboard and mouse for the past
year, I'm getting on pretty well with it.
The keyboard is sloped and has a gap in the middle, so your hands turn a bit
sideways rather than horizontal over the keys - it's a less stressful position.
The mouse is also kind of sideways, so your hand sits in a natural rest
position. Costs a bit more than ordinary ones, but I felt it was worth it.
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