Laptops have made us be able to work more flexibly and be more mobile, but they have been blamed for causing work-related back, neck and shoulder problems as well as headaches.
Cases of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) are on the rise according to the Health and Safety Executive. The increasing popularity of laptops may be a factor in the problem, once they were only used by busy business people who had to work on planes or trains, but thanks to lower prices, the rise in home working and wireless internet access, laptops are everywhere.
Currently about 11% of the workforce spend a significant amount of their time working from home and this is on the rise. Coupled with this is the