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Rest your wrist on a bean

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The average CAD user apparently clicks their mouse 17,000 times a day, making architects prime candidates for repetitive strain injury (RSI). John Crocker, himself a victim of carpal tunnel syndrome, has invented a wrist rest that he believes will help prevent the problem.Called the Mouse Bean it is (surprise) bean shaped, and attaches directly to the mouse. Its two padded areas help to keep the wrist straight, reducing stress on the tendons as they run through the carpal tunnel. At only £6.99, Mouse Bean should be worth a try, particularly as its jellybean range of colours makes it an ornament to the desktop. To learn more, go to www. mousebean. com

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