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  • Laptops are an ergonomical nightmare. littlecousinjimmy duckyreads

    Is The Desktop PC Dead? | Lifehacker Australia

  • Looks good, but it also looks like an ergonomical nightmare.

    PSP by Tai Chiem » Yanko Design

  • Now I kind of" half sit and half lay", with my head and back resting on an ergonomical "half-chair".

    Purchase of the Month: Ergonomic Office Chair

  • I refer, of course, to the widespread trend of keeping customers in their non-ergonomical seats and germ-filled air for hours of delay with no getting up, moving around, or refreshments provided.

    A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

  • My feet hurt a lot, my bunad shoes have heels and I am not used to that, plus they are hardly ergonomical shoes either.

    National Day

  • The "3D humanoid avatar", because of its technical/ergonomical shortcomings, does worse than not helping, it often gets in the way of the player, distracting from more expressive means of comunication, just like bad dubbing is way more obnoxious than subs.

    Cockpit of your avatar

  • Much of the thrill, really, is in pondering the ergonomical conundrums.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • Honda says that the production 2011 Odyssey will be roomier inside than the outgoing model and will boast a more ergonomical interior.

    Leftlane - news, reviews, and info for the auto-industry

  • In fact, it's shaped pretty much like a perfectly ergonomical computer mouse that fits comfortably in the grasp of a right-handed user.

    The Star Online: Technology

  • People get used to ergonomical curved cut-in-the-middle keyboards, so give some loving to this small but easy to get used to adjustment.

    Crave at CNET UK

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