People with tablets starting to show signs of RSI
People looking to sell their mobile phones in favour of getting their hands on a new device might want to look for something other than a tablet as experts are claiming that people who own them are starting to show signs of repetitive strain injury (RSI).
A spate of cases in recent months has led to some suggesting the people would be better served spending their money on other mobile phones.
Technology commentators on the other hand have hailed the iPad as a pleasure to use with its large touch-screen display allowing for easy working.
"It is very challenging finding a comfortable body posture while using the iPad. In my opinion it is not equipped for long-term typing activities," author of The Ergolab Cyndi Davis was reported as saying.
Apple was forced to pull its iPads in all its German online stores recently after Motorola enforced a patent injunction against its rivals.
Posted by Claire Marshall
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