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Briefly: Microsoft ergonomic accessories, I-Sight Dual work light

updated 08:18 pm EDT, Wed August 14, 2013

New keyboards and mice intended to improve comfort at work

Microsoft has announced its release of two new desktop accessory sets: the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop and the Sculpt Comfort Desktop. Intended for comfort and productivity with long-term use, both products are optimized for Windows 8. The Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop consists of a split keyboard design, which helps to position the forearms in a relaxed pose, and have the palms cushioned. The ergonomic mouse assists with a neutral wrist position and minimizes carpal tunnel pressure. The Sculpt Comfort Desktop has a detachable palm rest on a contoured keyboard, and a Windows touch tab featured on the mouse, specifically for Windows 8 navigation. The Sculpt Comfort Desktop and Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop are available for $80 and $130 respectively.

Radtech launches LED Illuminator

The I-Sight Dual Illuminator has been released by Radtech today. Weighing 18 grams with a runtime of over 36 hours, the I-Sight lights the user's path via a hands-free, LED module headset. The unit features a simple on/off button, and lighting available in both white and green. The I-Sight functions while submerged in water, and is not temperature sensitive. The Dual Illuminator is available for $15 online.



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