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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Heated Computer Keyboard Pad for Ergonomic Support

A Heated Computer Keyboard Pad is a good partner for the Heated Mouse. They both provide infrared "deep healing" heat to your mouse hand and keyboard hands. See links below for online resources.

Everything is about comfort these days. With the amount of time we sit in front of a compute screen, it's about time we do something good for ourselves. There's enough said about the computer-related hand injuries like carpal tunnel, repetitive strain and cumulative stress, but what about creating some "real" comfort for our computer keyboard area?

The keyboard hands, wrists and fingers do more than type. Actually, the keyboard arms do a lot of elbow-perching on the desk top when we sit and read the screen. Elbows get tired and sore from the desk's hard surface. This can be remedied by using a warm keyboard pad in front of the computer keyboard.

The warm pad plugs into the USB port and provides a steady flow of low-heat. Wrist, hands, arms and fingers rest on the soft, sponge covered pad at the perfect height in front of the keyboard. The only part of the ergonomic equation not getting much attention these days is the computer keyboard. Sure, there are many ergonomic keyboards with strange shapes and designs, but the cost of them prohibit a test drive for most of us. We purchase a new computer, and a standard keyboard is included. We get used to using a standard keyboard and stick with it until something new comes along.

If wrists and hands remain on the desk top or on the keyboard itself, it can become quite uncomfortable to type. The desk and the keyboard surfaces are cold. It doesn't take very long for the wrists and hands to feel the chill. It can actually make your entire body feel cold. Cold hands when using the computer are uncomfortable and unproductive.

A value-added item to provide warmth and support is a pheated computer keyboard wrist pad. One of the warm keyboard pad designs can be put into the microwave to heat. The warmth lasts about 15 minutes. Although novel, the practicality of this style of heated keyboard pad is not practical for most.

An USB (universal serial bus) connected keyboard pad seems to be the best solution for adding warmth and ergonomic support while keyboarding. A heated keyboard pad connects to the computer and draws a low voltage of electricity providing warmth to the pad's surface. The keyboard pad consists of a cloth cover and a soft sponge-like interior. The arms and wrists rest on the pad at just the right height over the keyboard. The surface of the pad delivers a steady flow of heat. Hands never touch the keyboard or the desk's surface.

The remarkable component of the USB heated keyboard pad is its healing qualities. The heating element is made of a carbon fiber which produces infrared heat. Infrared heat has been used for many years as a source of healing. The most familiar and natural source of infrared heat is the sun. A heated keyboard pad using a carbon fiber delivers infrared heat without the harmful UV rays of the sun.

Research shows 20-30 minutes of infrared heat treatment daily can improve blood circulation through the blood vessels and reduce symptoms related to RSI (repetitive stress injury). People who suffer from poor circulation, arthritis, diabetes and Raynaud's welcome warmth throughout the year to deal with cold, painful joints and muscle tension. By using an infrared heated computer keyboard pad, arms, wrists and hands are ergonomically supported in front of the keyboard, and they are kept warm. Plus, the soft pad is a comfortable resting place for arms and elbows.

Heated computer products are somewhat new to the computer accessories market. A warm mouse, heated mouse pad and warm, heated keyboard pad are just the beginning of heated ergonomic computer work aids available today. With the continued use of the computer, and the advancements of technology, we'll probably see many more heated computer gadgets invented. USB heated computer products are an economical and energy-efficient way to provide warmth and ergonomic support while using the computer.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The heated wrist pad is just great. It fits neatly against my keyboard and my wrists rest gently on the heated wrist pad. The infrared heat is a nice gentle warmth. If you want to read about the Heated Mouse, Warm Mouse, visit Warm Mouse or Heated Mouse.

April 1, 2009 at 3:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the heated mouse and the heated keyboard pad. I use them both and they keep both my mouse hand and my keyboard hands warm.

April 17, 2009 at 7:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey heated mouse..... i like the idea of a heated keyboard pad. right now my arms sit on a cold desk. where can i get a warm computer keyboard pad?

April 30, 2009 at 1:59 PM  
Anonymous Heated Mouse ROCKS said...

i think the heated mouse is one of the best inventions of all time. i use all the usb hand warmers i can get!!!! but the heated computer mouse rocks!

May 18, 2009 at 11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have arthritis and poor circulation in my hands. It started about 20 years ago when there weren't any heated gadgets. About 10 years ago it became a huge problem. Still no helpful devices. Now, there's great news and a new website devoted to ONLY infrared heated USB hand warmers. Warm-Mouse-Heated-Keyboard.com has a great learning center and professional endorsements and testimonials for the use of infrared heat. It's a novel, new computer product every home should stock! They sell the heated mouse, too.

May 18, 2009 at 5:59 PM  

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