Ergonomic keyboards and mice might look a little weird, but that’s intentional. They’re designed to put less stress on your wrists, forearms, and even your shoulders and back. Consumer Reports found in its keyboard testing that you get what you pay for. The models priced under $100 didn’t do nearly as well as those priced over $100. CR recommends...
If your home office isn’t ergonomically correct, you could be feeling a lot of aches and pains. Consumer Reports says a new keyboard and mouse may be just what the doctor ordered. Susan Hogan reports.