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I work on my computer at home as a freelancer and my hands are often so cold I have to put them under me thighs 50 times a day to warm them up.

Are some kind of winter indoor gloves, or some other trick to deal with that problem that I didn't think of yet?

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  • Just a thought; A lot of energy in the form of heat gets dissipated by a processor, then extracted through a vent. Surely this energy can be utilized to keep a user's hands warm. – n00dles Sep 27 '15 at 1:16
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Those gloves with the fingertips cut out might work.

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There are also directional heaters. The beam of warmth may be focused enough that you could just aim at your hands.

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  • I should be careful with a directional heater if working on a laptop, the last thing you want to do is apply heat to a device into which a lot of time and energy has gone into dissipating heat. – GeoffAtkins Oct 12 '15 at 13:47
  • @GeoffAtkins Smart. Agreed. – BrettFromLA Oct 12 '15 at 18:29

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