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  • adj. Not ergonomic.


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un- +‎ ergonomic


  • He greeted Skip coldly, nodded toward an uncushioned, decidedly unergonomic wooden chair next to his desk, then turned back to his computer and ignored Skip for the next few minutes.


  • Was the unergonomic chair at CB&TL combined with using the track pad on the computer.

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  • "Laptops are inherently unergonomic -- unless you're 2 feet tall," says physician Norman J. Marcus, a muscle-pain specialist in New York City.

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  • The PSP could have recovered from poor software support, unergonomic controls or hideous load times individually, but put together they're fairly crippling.

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  • (Decidedly unergonomic, and also bad for their backs, except bags are never packed full - about three slim books and pencil box or whatever it is they carry in them seems to be the load.)

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  • Then check out the coarse, notchy, unergonomic joystick that controls the vents in the Caddy.

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  • This desk setup is about as unergonomic as it gets, and I have to take some responsibility for not getting up and stretching regularly, too.

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  • "Laptops are inherently unergonomic-unless you're 2 feet tall," according to a physician quoted in the article.

  • Underpowered and odd gearing, squeaky and wind-whistling joints, unergonomic and sometimes just uncomfortable, USA vehicles just don't cut it.

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  • Beige box with a little spring-loaded stick, trim wheels to fine-tune the centring so the pointer wouldn't drift, two totally unergonomic spring-loaded buttons.

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