Our top tip this week will help eliminate neck strain and aching back muscles - honestly. (And no, it's not a hot oil massage).
When PC applications involve oversized spreadsheets, complicated graphics and page-oriented desktop publishing, a standard monitor is not the most user friendly piece of equipment.
To tackle this problem, Taiwanese monitor maker ADI Group has just developed a 17 inch, 90 degree pivoting monitor which allows you to view documents in landscape or portrait.
ADI say it makes reading legal-size or A4 documents much easier and avoids the pain of twisting your neck and back muscles to get a good view. It also gives you a much better view of that full body colour picture of Pamela Anderson you downloaded off the Internet last week.
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