Monitor position if you do not wear glasses
When you are not presbyopic and have good vision without glasses, you usually are able to see clearly everywhere at the workplace. However, eye strain or musculoskeletal complaints may arise in the course of the working day with adverse monitor positions. Therefore, the monitor should be placed at an individually favourable position that can be found with a 5-day trial. A detailed instruction is given under the link below.
Quick Start Guide
Adjust the monitor to have a comfortable head position, not too high and not too low. You should always be able to look over/beyond (?) the monitor into the room. Adjust the tilt of the monitor so that you are looking at right angle to the screen surface (as if you were looking into a mirror). The more you look down, the more the monitor should be tilted backward.
Try different rather extreme monitor positions (near, far, high, low). Based on your personal experiences you can choose your individual most favourable monitor position after you experienced all positions.
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