DataHand® Ergonomic Keyboards Offer Relief from Pain
DataHand Systems, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of ergonomic keyboards, is ramping up marketing efforts to help combat a growing problem in American industry. A recent report by the National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine shows that working in a highly demanding and stressful environment is associated with upper-body disorders.
DataHand offers a unique solution enabling keyboard users to reduce health problems such as carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries resulting from traditional keyboards. The DataHand Ergonomic Keyboard design features enable low operating forces, greatly reduced finger travel, and improved ergonomic hand support when compared with any other available keyboard and mouse alternatives.
DataHand® Systems, Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. After five years of research, DataHand has recently begun marketing the Ergonomic Keyboard. The Company offers a basic unit, a programmable unit and a 10-key data entry unit. For more information including a peer reviewed study and user testimonials, call (800) 875-7171 ext. 207 or visit the web site at
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