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Too small for average sized hand - gives pain after repeated use,
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I bought this on the basis of the excellent reviews, and was initially very pleased with it - so much that I ordered another for my children. However, after 2-3 weeks of use I've found it giving me pains in my hand, and have had to abandon it. It's a lovely design and very neat - but you need to check that it will work for your hand size, otherwise, like me, you could end up regretting it.
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Initial post: 16 Feb 2009 04:01:41 GMT
Mr. Mac says:
come on, that`s not enough to warrant this item being terrible (1 star) because it doesn't fit your hand, its called a nano for gods sake, what was you expecting, you cant give a bad review of a purposely small laptop mouse, because its too small, think about it, was probably all the other stuff you get up to with that hand that's causing problems, ay ay... XD
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Feb 2009 04:44:53 GMT
I had the same problem with this mouse, of hand then elbow pain (intresting what Mr mcdonald thinks about but in my case was certianly the mouse). a friend suggested i overcame this by getting a Belkin mouse mat with a raised wrist pad (available on Amazon) - the pains cleared up in a matter of weeks, and the mouse is the best i've ever had. so am now ordering more of this product. never believed in all this raised wrists stuff until this experience. mcdonald, why not try it, your wife might discover a new 5-star you.
Posted on 24 Sep 2009 09:26:51 BDT
Dick Pearson says:
So - given that your kids hands are probably smaller than yours did they suffer the same problem? I personally have no problem with this mouse which I use with my laptop, whilst I use a full size Logitech with my Desktop. I have (very) large hands, so although it may well be the mouse causing the strain problems I doubt that hand size is the root problem.
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