Published at Sunday, July 01st, 2018 - 09:27:35 AM. . By Hanna Spear.
Adjustment mechanism: Desks that can be adjusted by the user instead of the facilities department are ideal because they allow each person to choose when to switch modes. Within user-controlled options, electric mechanisms seem to be edging out other options like a turn crank or a pneumatic lift," adds Wammack. "Electric mechanisms also have added features such as presets that an occupant can program for their ideal ergonomic needs. Presets are one way to address the potential for injuries stemming from improper adjustments.
Movable accessories: If a sit-stand desk isn’t a good fit for your budget right now, consider raising only a portion of the surface, either with adjustable accessories or a fixed-height desk with a height-adjustable tray. You want to have space for your mouse, keyboard and possibly a tablet," explains Freeberg. "Ergonomically, laptops are terrible for you because they’re at a set height that is generally too low and the keyboard is usually attached to the monitor, which is too far. You want it on your lap where you’re typing. Look into a tablet stand or laptop stand.
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