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Simple, solid, takes a while to get used to
on 27 April 2016
I’d never tried a vertical mouse before. I was getting wristache, I wasn’t sure why, so I impulse-bought one of these mice, and I’m really happy with it- but I don’t use it all the time. It takes a lot of getting used to a vertical mouse, and despite having had this one for a few weeks now, I still haven’t quite got the knack of it- so if I want to do something smoothly, I switch back to my normal mouse.
This is a well-made mouse, and surprisingly good considering the price. It’s got a soft feel to the plastic, and there’s more-or-less adequate space left for your little finger to go. It’s lacking a DPI button, which I have rather gotten used to having on my other mouse because it makes it easy to switch between different sensitivity options- that would’ve been nice here. And the red light that lights up is possibly not the most stylish thing I’ve ever seen, but it’s OK. It certainly looks like a bit of an oddity on the desk.
If I could change one thing about this mouse, it would be the word ‘ANKER’ in bold type on the bottom. Firstly I don’t like excessively obvious branding, but secondly I keep wondering how long it will be before somebody in my office uses some Tipp-Ex to add an extra ‘W’ to the beginning of it.
If you’ve got wristache and you’re worried it might be from too much mouse action, give this a try.