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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Prevent Shoulder Crick with Shouldercool

Have annoying shoulder pain from spending way too much time on the computer?

Is your computer setup not ergonomic?

Cherycom, a Korean company is offering up something to relieve your crick. The Shouldercool {left) is an ergonomically designed mouse pad and arm rest to alleviate any crick that might develop from using a mouse for extended periods of time.

According to the company, when people stand upright naturally, the palm of the hand turns toward the body. But when people use a mouse, the palm is forced to turn downwards causing a misalignment of the ligament and muscle in the shoulder. When the misalignment is prolonged, it can present itself as a crick or pain.

Cherycom designed the Shouldercool to form a sloped mouse pad unlike traditional flat mouse pads. The tilted mouse pad helps to maintain the natural posture by turning the palm towards the body. Because helping solve a major ergonomic problem isn't enough, the device also includes Gold-plated conductor material to absorb harmful electro-magnetic (EM) waves that are generated by the monitor. The skeptics are still out on this feature.

No word on how much this special mouse pad will set you back and I can't seem to find any information about this company on the net. More pictures of the device are below.

bk_keywords:mouse, mouse pad, keyboard.


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