Mouse Trays

A mouse tray can be adjusted to the appropriate height, rotation and tilt to accommodate different types of users. Many models can be installed at the side of your computer desk or keyboard tray to free up desk space. It may also include a wrist rest to reduce hand strain and injury.

The types of mouse trays available in the market

  • Clamp-on models – This type comes with a thick clip that clamps onto the side or the surface of a computer desk. It is less secure than a mounted tray, but it is easier to assemble and remove.
  • Mounted model – This model features a mounting arm that can be fixed on or beneath the shelf of computer table. It is fastened separately from the keyboard shelf. A few of the models available with this type swivel or rotates to accommodate the user’s posture or position while using the
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Keeping Electronics Clean

It is always advisable to read through the user manual before you start cleaning your electronic devices. In case of any doubts, always take the recommendations of an electrician or the manufacturer. Electronic gadgets such as microwaves, water purifiers, cameras and refrigerators should be opened only by trained technicians. In case of mobile phones, clocks with electronic displays, personalized organizers, etc, they could cancel or void the warranty, if tampered with.

While cleaning any type of electronic gadget, always unplug the connection before you start cleaning it to avoid any surprises! Check for any cuts as ignoring these could cause electric shocks or short circuits. Always pay extra attention to parts like the screen or any circuits inside or outside your electronic gadgets. Never pour or spray fluids onto or into electronic devices. Always place the liquid on a soft cloth before applying. Before cleaning, always move your electronic devices … Read the rest

Publishing And Digital And Electronic

  • “Electronic Right[s]” And “Digital Right[s]” Are Not Self-Defining.

All publishing lawyers, entertainment attorneys, authors, and others must be very careful about the use of jargon – publishing industry jargon, or otherwise. Electronic and digital publishing is a recent phenomenon. Although as a publishing lawyer and entertainment attorney and unlike some others, I tend to use the phrase “electronic right” or even “digital right” in the singular number, there probably tends to be no single consensus as to what constitutes and collectively comprises the singular “electronic right” or “digital right”. There has not been sufficient time for the publishing, media, or entertainment industries to fully crystallize accurate and complete definitions of phrases like “electronic publishing”, “web publishing”, “electronic right[s]”, “e-rights”, “digital rights”, or “first electronic rights”.

These phrases are therefore usually just assumed or, worse yet, just plain fudged. Anyone who suggests that these phrases alone are already self-defining, would be … Read the rest