Repetitive strain injury (RSI) can occur from prolonged PC use when the wrist is not adequately supported. It can affect some users who don't take advantage of wrist rests and solutions that create more comfortable typing experiences. Here are some options for wrist wellness.

Surface ergonomics: Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard

The Surface Ergonomic Keyboard by Microsoft is an expensive option, but that's for good reason. Microsoft has been making these types of keyboards for years and is one of few companies that seems to attract those who only use ergonomic peripherals.

$130 at Microsoft

Budget keyboard: Logitech K350 Keyboard

The K350 from Logitech is an ergonomic wireless keyboard that doesn't offer such prominent separation of the two sides as seen in Microsoft's Surface keyboard above, but it does have the layout slanted to help guide hands to a comfortable position. There's also a cushioned palm rest.

$34 at Amazon

Gorgeous design: Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard

Microsoft means business when it comes to spending eight hours per day at the office in front of a PC. This Sculpt keyboard is specifically designed for your wrists to be in a natural, relaxed position and it has all the features you'll need to protect yourself against RSI. It also looks flashy and expensive.

$67 at Amazon

Customizable: Kinesis Freestyle2 Keyboard

The Freestyle2 by Kinesis is available for both PC and Mac. What makes this particular keyboard unique is the fact that it has been sliced down the middle. This allows owners of the keyboard to adjust just how aggressive the angles are, since not every PC user is the same.

$90 at Amazon

More keyboards are available than before that offer ergonomic features or even allow you to adjust how keys are positioned. Should your wrists feel cramped or strained after a week in the office, it may be time to invest in one of the options we suggest. If we were to choose one as the best keyboard, it would be the Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard.

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