Tuesday, February 22, 2011

HP and its driving safety and comfort

HP is certainly an important segment of information technology solutions because of its always appreciated. In fact, HP has also released a very interesting and comprehensive guide that aims to offer its users a number of indications that allow you to work comfortably and safely.

The guide HP also offers a checklist that allows you to track individual real-life situations, as well as offering suggerimenti.Così, HP recommends that you periodically check your posture and habits adopted by using the appropriate checklist and each time you change activities, area work or posture, HP recommends listen to your body trying to interpret the signals of distress or comfort.

The checklist or checklist, which HP recommends is really exhaustive. For example, to check the HP recommends sitting position to answer the following questions:

* Have you found a series of postures to assume when you sit, so you get the most comfort?
* During the day, especially in the afternoon, change the posture of those identified within the comfort?
* The feet are well supported on the floor?
* The lower parts of the thighs near the knees, are free from pressure?
* The backs of the calves are free from pressure?
* Under the work plan provides a sufficient amount of space for knees and legs?
* The lower back is well supported?

Or, if you use portable type of computer or laptop and the like:

* Change posture often look for a proper balance in order to keep your shoulders relaxed and neck in comfortable position?
* Do not rest your wrists while typing on your thighs?
* When using the keyboard on a sofa or a bed, try not to bend excessively to prevent neck fatigue?
* When you work on computers for long periods of time, you tried to lift the handset with a lock or a book and use a keyboard and a pointing device outside?

... And these are only examples.

It should, however, noted that to reduce the possibility of heat-related injuries or of overheating the computer, do not keep your computer on your lap or obstruct the vents.

Not only that, use the computer only on a hard, flat surface and be careful not to block the airflow with a hard surface, like an optional printer, or a soft surface, such as pillows or rugs or clothing.

You should also avoid further contact with the skin of the AC adapter or a soft surface, such as pillows or rugs or clothing, during operation.

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