Computer Comfort & Ergonomics

Proper ergonomic position of your computer and laptop is essential to avoid problems, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, back and neck pain and fatigue, among various other symptoms of discomfort. Use the below guidelines to find a proper ergonomic position for your computer work.

Is Your Laptop Hurting Your Health?
MORE ERGONOMICS INFORMATION for the rest of your life, when away from the computer here.
Free Computer, Internet, Phone Offers!
Computer Mall

Free and Easy Fundraiser for Your Child’s School - elementary, junior or middle, and high schools - raise money for the school with little effort or obligation. Sign up free and help a school.

Pay it Forward - Random Acts of Kindness - register free to read of or tell of your acts of kindness - witnessed, done, or experienced.

Home  |   Newsletter  |   About Us  |   Site Map  |   Privacy Policy  |   Links  |   Refer Site  |   Free Offers  |   Special Offers  |   Contact
Our Information
More Info on Us
Refer Site
Privacy Policy
Contact Double ii's
Subscribe - newsletter!

Learn how to write for financial success or pleasure!

What's New!
Scam Tips
What's Hot
Link of the Week
Advice and Answers

LapGenie - to work on your laptop anywhere in comfort, without the heat!

Special Offers
Contests - Win!
Special Offers
FREE Stuff!
On Sale!

Web Services
Computer Services
Need a Job?
Excess Inventory? Sewing/Alterations

Denver Businesses
Business Opps

Fun Stuff!
All Occasions gift ideas
Summer Fun
Mind Teasers

Subscribe to our "Wise Little Tidbits" newsletter!

Why not join iCop yourself - and become known as a reputable company? Click on the iCop seal to find out more.
Double ii's Services iCop Member


Check out the latest parts to help you position your computer at CompUSA!


Your Seat - It should be adjustable - in height, in swivel, in the armrest. You need to be able to change your position a bit throughout your day. Your legs should rest so the bottom of your foot rests on the floor or footrest, with the back of the knee slightly higher than the height of the chair seat. The armrest should support the forearms comfortably, and not interfere with movement.


Your Monitor - It should be directly in front of you, at a height that the top line of the monitor screen is at your eye level. You should be viewing it from at least 18-24 inches away.


Your Keyboard - It should be directly in front of you. The height should be so the elbow is at the side of the body and comfortable, with relaxed shoulders, and the wrist flat. Your forearm should be parallel to the floor with the elbows to the side.

For more information on ergonomic positioning of computers see this site.


Your Mouse - It should be directly to the side with your arm close to your body, with no reaching. Your arm should have a straight line from your hand to your forearm. The wrist should not be elevated. A cordless mouse may be the answer.


Your Laptop - Laptops are a poor design for comfort. Ergonomically speaking - they are awful. Your laptop screen should be at eye level, not to have to look down at it. The wrists should be straight out along the elbow line when typing or mousing. Don't work on your laptop while it's on your lap - not a good position. Of course, you can plug in a keyboard and a mouse, then position your laptop screen up higher, and place the mouse and keyboard at optimum positions - this is not practical if you carry your laptop around - only if you are sitting at your desk using it.

To adjust the laptop to be comfortable, and to position it as close as possible to be ergonomic, you should consider using the LapGenie laptop desk. It takes the heat off your lap and puts the laptop in a good ergonomic working position. See the LapGenie for the best solution to make your laptop comfortable.

My LapGenie is the answer to my discomfort - and the heat is no longer a problem! I am so pleased with my unit!

Is Your Laptop Hurting Your Health?

Cut the cord and compute on the go - Check out the latest in Notebooks!

Pink Banners


Computer Problems? Internet Problems? Need Troubleshooting?

Relax The Back

Double ii's Services
P.O. Box 631746, Highlands Ranch, CO 80163
Privacy Policy

Do you need to Troubleshoot your computer or Internet-related situations?