Laptop Ergonomics

Laptop Ergonomics

If you’re a remote worker, you rely on your laptop. They’re a great tool for on-the-go productivity, but we’ve yet to see one that’s designed with any ergonomic sensibilities. That means you could be risking discomfort or carpal tunnel if you’re not paying attention to laptop ergonomics. Desktop computers allow you to independently position your keyboard and your monitor for optimal wrist and neck positioning. Laptops don’t allow for that flexibility, forcing users to compromise ergonomics for portability. That…