Are you having any wrist / forearm pain after using the Magic Mouse?
But I can't seem to shake this. We even have fancy Herman Miller Aeron chairs -- so there's plenty of customization options (hey, I've had this thing dialed in PERFECTLY for the last year).
So, what gives? I find myself taking a lot of stretch breaks so I don't aggravate things. Is it the mouse? I recently picked up a Logitech G500 for use at home, and find it much more comfortable.
We've talked about the ergonomics of this mouse before.
Try something like the Microsoft Mobile Mouse 6000 if you want a compact mouse. The bulbous shape means you claw it more. If you really want gestures, get a Magic Fingerpaintingpad and use it as your left-hand gesturer.
It could also be the Apple RSIboard - I'm going to assume that you use them at work and home - one of the worse scissor-action keyboards I've used - depending on how you're typing, but I think it's more likely to be the mouse.
And an Aeron looks (dated IMO) cool, but is not ergonomic either. It's absolutely my favourite chair to release those marathon farts in, but it doesn't go beyond that.
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IMHO, for anyone who works at a computer and does not have really good ergonomics, it's only a matter of time until it catches up with you.
(let me know when y'all are tired of me attempting bad double entendres of the Mighty Mouse balls. Since my balls are still squeaky clean and I can twirl them flawlessly still on command, there is still plenty of scope for mention of them)