Posted by: Pamela Kalivas | January 21, 2013

New Ergo Gizmos to Make Your Life Easier!

As technology continues to advance in the blossoming New Year 2013, I came across some nifty gadgets that are as promising as they are ergonomic.  Let’s delve into the newest products that help you boost productivity and keep you safe from injury.

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Gunnar Computer Eyewear

1.  Gunnar Computer Eyewear™:  Many of us work on the computer at home after a long day at the office.  These shades keep your mind ablaze and prevent onset of computer vision syndrome (CVS) as well as eye fatigue.  They come in many different sizes and styles and are perfect for prolonged computer use (www.gunnars.com).

 

2.   Honda Lanewatch™: If you are in the market for a new car this year, Honda has a new safety feature on their Honda Accord and Crosstour models. The Honda Lanewatch blind spot safety system is a wide angle camera. The camera shows video footage of the ominous blind spot on the center console screen (Good Housekeeping February 2013 Issue).

Celluon Virtual Keyboard

Celluon Virtual Keyboard

 

3. Celluon Virtual Keyboard– A laser keyboard fitted with motion sensors that detect typing.  The size of a zippo lighter, this innovative accessory also lights up in darkness.  The neatest feature of the celluon, is it synchs with PDA’s and mobile devices effectively boosting productivity and efficiency with a larger surface area to type (www.celluon.com).

 

 

4. Microsoft Surface with Windows RT™: Tablet with built in keyboard.  Beautiful by design, and perfect for business. It comes pre-installed with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.  This is a tool that makes portable productivity easy and ergonomic (Good Housekeeping February 2013 Issue).

CST Ultra Thin Watch

CST Ultra Thin Watch

 

5.  CST-01 Watch™: Ultra thin watch with rechargeable battery life of up to 1 month.  This watch is light weight, durable, and noninvasive.  Typing at work or using a mouse is much easier when wearing this watch, considering it is only .8mm thick.  Re-charging the watch takes a mere 10 minutes! (The Wall Street Journal January 10, 2013).

 

6. SwingTIP Swing Analyzer™– Just for fun.  This gadget contains motion sensor tracking to analyze your golf swing. Perfect preparation for your annual golf tournament! (The Wall Street Journal January 10, 2013).

These futuristic gizmos provide you with a sense of what new technology has to offer to make your life easier.

~Pam

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