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Philips ErgoSensor Display Makes Sure You’re Posture Perfect in Front of Your PC

by Hazel Chua

It doesn’t matter how comfortable your computer chair is. Give it a few hours and you’ll probably be slouching or bending your head this way or that as you do your work. It’s not very good for your posture or bones, but you probably already know that. Now the problem is, what can you do about it?

One alternative is to change your monitor and get Philips’ ErgoSensor display.¬†Aside from offering a vibrant 24″ LCD screen, it’s also equipped with a sensor that detects if you’re sitting in the correct and ergonomic position.

philips_ergosensor_display

In addition to alerting you to maintain good posture, the ErgoSensor also keeps track of the time you’ve spent in front of your monitor and reminds you to take a break every one in a while. The monitor’s green too, since it automatically goes into power-saving mode if it detects that you’ve stepped away from your desk.

ErgoSensor

You can check out Philips UK for more information about the ErgoSensor display.

[via Wired via Oh Gizmo!]




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  1. Dr Phil says:

    Hi,

    There is a much cheaper alternative – Postureminder. It’s software that does much the same thing to help you improve your posture and protect yourself from back pain, but using any webcam. It’s just

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