Keyboard keeps RSI at bay
25 January 2013
Forced to work in a reception role after suffering RSI, Anna Chess thought she would never use a keyboard again. However, she purchased a Maltron dualhanded keyboard and despite being 'keyboard-free' for twenty yea
However, she purchased a Maltron dualhanded keyboard and despite being 'keyboard-free' for twenty years, Anna adapted to the Maltron shape within a few weeks by building up from a few sentences to several pages at a time.
Maltron dual-handed keyboards are specifically designed to fit hands and minimise or eliminate stress and pain. Anna says "The Maltron has made a massive difference to my life. Anyone with RSI should try one of these keyboards."