Spire thinks of end users’ comfort and health

Spire thinks of end users’ comfort and health

Millions of people around the world spend numerous hours every day in front of a computer, typing text and using a mouse. This may lead to various health problems down the road including RSI, which is an abbreviation for Repetitive Strain Injury, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). It may seem that these health issues are rarely seen but the hard facts state that one of six computer users suffers from RSI or CTS.

Spire knows this very well and that’s why the popular PC peripherals maker has announced the new Curvature ergonomic keyboard, which is the latest ergonomic device in Spire’s product list. The new keyboard features a special curved and arched shape that gives users’ arms a more natural position and lets users’ wrists relax while typing, an effect that is not seen in regularly shaped generic keyboards. The Curvature also features a high quality build, multimedia keys, high quality membrane switches and compatibility with all Windows and Mac OS versions. The keyboard has a 1.5 meters long USB cable and comes with a 2-year warranty.

The Spire Curvature is available now for EUR 41.95 or USD 51.95.

Source: Spire

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