I spend much of my waking day on the computer, not a big surprise since I write for a tech blog. Something that has concerned me for some time is the fact that since I spend so much time typing and mousing away, I am at high risk of getting Carpal tunnel syndrome. However, there is a new gadget that promises to help those of us that spend a lot of time on our PC.
The GripGlider is supposed to help alleviate the aches and pains associated with Carpal tunnel syndrome by exercising your joints and muscles with various small workouts. These workouts range from gentle rocking motions to tension band stretches.
If you find yourself experiencing pain while working on your computer for long periods, you might consider trying one of these out. The GripGlider will set you back $45.
Fit fingers GripGlider [via popgadget]