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Gloves to use while programming?

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This might be a bit off topic, but... Due to a circulation problem, my hands get cold while programming. It's not an ergonomic chair / wrist rest thing, just a thyroid condition that causes it. Can anyone suggest or recommend where I can get gloves that still allow fast typing?

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sports store. get those silk skiing/snowboarding glove liner deals.

if not those, then any good sports store will have 1000000 different types of gloves.

-me

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You might want to go for a less fruity style though...


If I wore these at work, I'd be strung up...

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Rather than gloves, try redirecting the hot exhaust air from your PC onto your keyboard/mouse area. If you have a P4 like me, it will keep things toasty and warm.

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Rather than gloves, try redirecting the hot exhaust air from your PC onto your keyboard/mouse area. If you have a P4 like me, it will keep things toasty and warm.


Sadly, my new Core 2 Duo computer hardly heats up at all... ;-(

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