These days there is a lot of emphasis in the workplace, about Ergonomics. And this is especially true in the office.
Businesses are investing a lot of time, money and research into the ergonomics of workstations.
And why is that?
Well it all boils down to your personal well being. Your boss doesn’t want you to have any time off work recovering from a repetitive strain injury. An injury caused by unchecked bad posture whilst sat at your computer workstation. It could be a neck strain, back strain, hand or wrist strain, all caused by bad posture.
I know it kind of sounds rather selfish, but you’re no good to your employer if you’re not at work! You’re just not being productive when you’re at home. And when that happens, the business’ efficiency drops a little. Over time, that inefficiency adds up to a large loss for the business.
But it’s not always your fault and this isn’t about blame or judgement at all. Sometimes we have to work with what we’ve got. If your employer is providing all the means for your wellbeing, you’d do well to be on board with this.
So I don’t know about you, but I have worked for such a business keen to make my office ergonomics effective. Evaluated and replaced were my office chair and desk. The floor covering and lighting were even replaced. My computer screen and chair height also had to be in a specific place to suit my ideal sitting position. You could say it all got quite technical.
But even after all this, I still felt a little restricted and a little cramped from time to time. And one of the reason for this was Wires.
My keyboard for example suffered the restriction of the wires connecting it to the PC. I could never quite get the keyboard where I wanted it without compromising my posture or the wires.
Wouldn’t it be great to free yourself of some of the wires in your computer workstation? And in doing so, free yourself up a little?
Well now you can, because Logitech have come up with a great wireless keyboard.
The TK820 is the perfect partner for your home or office PC. It’s a 78 key keyboard and has a built in touch pad, rather like a laptop. The benefit is that you get more room to point and swipe. With up to four-finger gesture support, your wrist is sure to love your trackpad for it. To connect your wireless keyboard to your PC it comes complete with a USB nano receiver. And best of all, the Logitech TK820 will work up to 10 metres away from your PC.
Other notable features of the TK820 include:
- curved keys to match your finger profile,
- low noise keys
- Perfect key stroke functions
You can get your hands on the Logitech TH820 keyboard today at Metro3.
It is a refurbished item and may have light cosmetic blemishes. But it functions just like new and as a result, this means that you pay less.
So go right ahead and free your self up a little in the home or work office today with a Logitech TK820 keyboard.