These days, ergonomic workspaces are more important than ever. We spend good chunks of our workdays in front of our computers, and as a result, it’s become increasingly important that the technology tools we use to conduct our work are both user-friendly and functional. Otherwise we run the risk of suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, aching necks and backs, and a host of other preventable physical maladies.
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