Laptops are not ergonomic. Using a laptop every day, requires extra equipment. If you don’t, keep in mind that you are making a tradeoff between poor neck/head posture and poor hand/wrist posture.
Use a desk. Position the laptop in front of you so that you can see the screen without bending your neck.
Sit on a good chair that is comfortable and provides good back support.
Elevate the laptop off the desk surface using a stable support surface, such as a computer monitor stand, a laptop stand, or a bunch of books.
Use a separate keyboard and pointing device. Connect them directly to the back of the laptop or to a docking station. You can also go wireless.
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