Working at a desktop: 6 tips

Do you work at a desktop? Then you probably have a fixed workstation. The big advantage of having your own workstation is that it can be fully adjusted to suit your own requirements and physical measurements. With the correct settings in place, you are unconsciously stimulated to adopt a healthy posture. But how do you do that?View More

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Avoid strain when working at a screen: 5 factors in the workplace

We spend more and more time behind a screen. When it comes to ergonomics, this is not without risk: almost a quarter of the workforce worldwide has RSI complaints. What are the effects of screen work on your health? And how can you avoid strain complaints? R-Go Tools investigated this for you.View More

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How do you choose the ideal ergonomic keyboard?

If you follow our blog, you know that there are many different ergonomic keyboards on the market. This does not make your search for the ideal keyboard any easier. R-Go Tools gives you tips: what should you look for when choosing a suitable keyboard?View More

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Vertical keyboards: typing from a different angle

To make a keyboard ergonomic, make sure that it is as flat as possible. RSI complaints can be prevented by keeping the wrists in a relaxed, straight posture. However, there is another option: a vertical keyboard.View More

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Split keyboards: healthy and flexible

The split keyboard is a fairly rare type of keyboard. The name says it all: a split keyboard is divided into 2 parts. The parts can be joined together or placed separately on your desk. Do you find this difficult to envisage? Read on!View More

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The compact keyboard: something different

Ergonomic keyboards exist in many shapes and sizes. What advantages and disadvantages do they have, and what is the most suitable solution for your client? This blog will examine one type of keyboard that you will probably encounter more often: the compact keyboard.View More

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Behind the buttons: Ergonomics and keyboards

You come across it at almost every desk: the keyboard. In addition to the mouse, the keyboard is the most commonly used tool when working at a computer screen. The way we type also causes many RSI complaints. How do these complaints arise? And what ergonomic alternatives are there for the 'standard' keyboard?View More

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Find the ideal vertical mouse: The 3-point test

Vertical mice are increasingly used in the office to help prevent and reduce RSI complaints. But vertical mice differ considerably from each other. This does not make your search for the perfect ergonomic mouse any easier. To help you get started, we summarise what you need to look for when comparing vertical mice.View More

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Trackball mice: A trackball as an ergonomic solution?

A trackball as a computer mouse. Never seen one? That is not surprising because so-called trackball mice are rather rare in the workplace. Nevertheless, they offer some advantages over standard mice. Here you can read how they work and why they may offer the best solution in some situations.View More

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The central mouse, handy or not?

When you hear the word 'computer mouse' you probably think of a standard mouse. This is a mouse that you use with your right or left hand, and it is found in almost every office. An ergonomic alternative is the central mouse. You encounter them more often than you might think. But how does it work and what benefits does it offer?View More

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