Ergonomic Keyboard Tray
MOBO Ergonomic keyboard trays: Streamline your workstation
MOBO’s Ergonomic Keyboard Tray transforms your office chair into an comfortable and healthy play or workstation.
The Mobo is made using industrial-grade polymers (polycarbonate and ABS) to ensure strength and durability. While it is recommended for use with 15-20 pounds, it has been tested to withstand the weight of up to three laptops at the same time. (Although we get a chuckle when we think of what happens to the balance of the chair when the user stands up–the tray would be heavy!) Use your Mobo Ergonomic Keyboard Tray to work or game. It holds a keyboard and mouse or laptop easily.
Who needs a big heavy desk these days?
The Mobo transforms your workstation from clutter and mess to a streamlined ergonomically correct work station. The MOBO ergonomic keyboard tray fits on almost any office chair with arms. Choose a chair that supports your back, hips, legs and feet as described below, then plug in and get to work!
Your Mobo Computer Keyboard Trays are great for use with laptops and both wired and wireless keyboards, and each comes with a mouseing tray that can attach to either the left or right side of the tray.
Why Do You Need an Ergonomic Keyboard Tray?
Let’s face it. Most of us use computers and work, home AND play. They’re everywhere. Over 62% of households in the US have a minimum of one computer, and many have multiple computers. The days of shared computers are limited as personal computing has become more and more, well, personal.
When we work in ergonomically incorrect positions–curved backs, craning necks, bent wrists–we put our bodies at risk of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIS) which can be painful and debilitating. An ergonomic keyboard tray cuts down your risk and makes using a computer more comfortable and therefore more productive.
Guidelines for body position with the Mobo ergonomic keyboard tray.
- Keep Head and neck balanced and in line with torso
- Shoulders remain relaxed
- Elbows stay close to body, supported and bent between 90 and 120 degrees
- Wrists and hands rest in line with forearms and roughly parallel to the floor
- Lower back is supported when sitting vertical or leaning back slightly
- Your thighs and hips are supported by a well-padded seat and generally parallel to the floor
- Knees should be about the same height as the hips with the feet slightly forward
- Feet are comfortably supported by floor or footrest.
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