Sharp edges on the MBA are hurting my wrists

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by Mavericks, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. Mavericks macrumors member

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    Any solution to this? Should I put on a case, which one? The sharp edges felt like it was cutting my wrist when i was typing using the keyboard. Help?
     
  2. mattferg macrumors 6502

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    Presume you're using the 11?
     
  3. filmbuff macrumors 6502a

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    Try sitting higher or change your wrist position?

    I use one of these:

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  4. johnjey macrumors regular

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    Well, yeah the OP is using the 11' but there's nothing wrong with that..right? or shall we rant about a measly additional 3 hour battery life that you may have in your 13' ? Or shall we talk about that SD-card reader that you can so produly flaunt in that Junk sized 13' ?

    Huh, the OP needs a solution, not a rant....!
     
  5. racer1441 macrumors 68000

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    Wow, over compensate much?
     
  6. Mavericks thread starter macrumors member

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  7. Mrbobb macrumors 601

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    Is it possible your laptop position is too high?

    Am guessing this is an ailment for people with large hands?

    Mine comfortably sit on the palm rest as designed.
     
  8. Database macrumors member

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    lol... wow dude, regretting your 11" purchase much?
     
  9. mattferg macrumors 6502

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    I merely was going to say I thought so, as the 11 has a shorter palmrest... awwwwwkwaaarrddd...
     
  10. anthony11 macrumors 6502

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    Yep, if your wrists are consistently resting on anything, your positioning is all wrong.

    On my MBPR and the preceding 2007 MBP, resting wrists would result in erratic trackpad behavior.
     

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