Hi, I’m Ziva Nissan, senior manager, product marketing for the Logitech for Business Markets group. I’m originally from Los Angeles, CA, am a very enthusiastic Lakers fan (especially right now!), and have worked in product marketing for business-to-business (B2B) peripherals for several years.
As I talk to IT professionals and employees at companies around the globe, one of their top priorities is comfort, defined as a sense of well-being and flexibility in their work spaces. This anecdotal information is validated by the results of a survey conducted by Herman Miller, Inc. (PDF), in which 500 office workers ranked “’having an office that is comfortable to work in” as the most highly valued workstation attribute across all worker types.
Logitech for Business’ recommended line of mice and keyboards is designed with comfort in mind – whether you are at your desk or on the go. Providing employees with products that are well-built, precise, and efficient is an important part of worker comfort. Tools with those attributes are also linked to productivity and job satisfaction.
For the past three months, I have been using a Logitech Comfort Wave 450 keyboard at my desk. I absolutely love this keyboard. The forward tilt under the cushioned palm rest keeps me comfortably positioned and the wave design of the keys cradles my fingers as I type away. I can honestly say that by the end of the day, my arms, wrists and hands feel much less fatigued and strained.
Check out the Learning Center on the new Logitech for Business site, where you’ll find innovation briefs: Design of Keyboard Comfort (PDF) and Delivering Comfort for Busy Professionals (PDF), which includes a study conducted on the Comfort Wave 450. And, if you have any questions, I’d love to hear from you.