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Anker® 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, 800 / 1200 /1600DPI, 6 Buttons - Black
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- Scientific ergonomic design encourages healthy neutral "handshake" wrist and arm positions for smoother movement and less overall strain.
- 800 / 1200 / 1600 DPI Resolution Optical Tracking Technology provides more sensitivity than standard optical mice for smooth and precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
- Added next/previous buttons provide convenience when webpage browsing; the better choice for internet surfers, gamers and people who work at length at the computer.
- Enters power saving mode (power is cut off completely) after 8 minutes idle, press right or left button for it to wake. Product dimensions: 101 x 82 x 80 mm; product weight: 3.4 oz.
- Package includes: 1 Anker Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse (2 AAA batteries not included), 1 instruction manual. 18-month hassle-free warranty.
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The intersection of class, comfort and functionality. A mouse for the 21st century.
Comfortable and classy.
Tired of using the traditional grip? Take a break from overly-clunky or uncomfortably tiny mice. The ergonomically-designed thumb rests and grips fit the contour of your palm for maximum comfort.
Sleek and Sexy.
Turn heads with a futuristic design. Made for increased functionality and comfort, this mouse combines a handshake grip with easy-access buttons and three levels of mouse sensitivity (800 / 1200 / 1600DPI) for improved tracking.
Five buttons give you improved control over your computer's systems. Whether dragging and dropping, selecting large volumes of data, or casually gaming, this mouse provides a low-cost, effective solution for multiple computing needs.
Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP / 2000
Mac OS X (The two thumb buttons are not recognized on the Mac OS X.)
This mouse is not compatible with Mac OS X El Capitan.
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People in the office say it feels weird but I don't notice anymore (had it over a year now) and it only took me a few moments (seconds) to get used to it, it was couple of days before I stopped knock it over moving my hand around. Works just like a normal mouse but your hand is turn to a more natural position. Think about it put your hands out in front of you with you elbows by your side, what way does you hands what to be? now think of how you hold a normal mouse.
The 3 dpi setting are great and match the cheap gaming mouses, I have gamed once on it when I got it was fine no issues. But if you big into gaming stick with your gaming mouse for gaming and this for other things that what I do.
Battery life is great I get a couple of months using it 8 and half hours 5 day a week. there is an on/off switch on it but I honestly never use it, it powers down after a few min of no use and you just need to click any button to get it going again.
Just encase anyone wonders there is a spot under it for the Bluetooth when not in use.
It hasn't started to even show ware a year later. I love this thing and would buy it again in a heart beat.
One thing - I'd recommend also getting one of the squishy wrist support pads, otherwise your wrist bones will be resting on the desk, which is not ideal. They're not very expensive and the two complement each other perfectly. Just getting one of those jelly pads really doesn't work at all.
For the people who find this harder to get used to than I did (I took to it immediately), you'll need to challenge your ideas about how a mouse should be. It *does* require more concentration to find it and put your hand around it, but then, hand positioning is half the point of ergonomic design. Take the extra second or so to figure out what you're doing, it's worth it. I felt like it was easy to move it - push it gently with an open hand and it glides, no need to grip it hard at all. One of the main problems with trad mice is that you cramp into an unnatural claw position to keep your grip on them.
I will say that I would have preferred a L-ion battery. AAA? Really? In this day and age...? I bought rechargeable AAAs, although that isn't necessary - the cheapest old batteries from Poundland lasted ages in this mouse.
The mouse is far too light. I don't understand the trend with making mice as light as possible - surely with some resistance this allows for finer control? I also found that having to click the mouse to get it to wake up started to become annoying - there is no indication whether it's awake or asleep until you try and use it.
It had since been replaced with a Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse, which has a near-perfect amount of resistance.
For me it was also working overtime so I could be doing 10-12 hour days at a computer. My wrist started to feel 'weak' and I couldn't grip things very well - like my steering wheel. It would always feel better at the start of the next day so I didn't think much of it. Then it stopped feeling better and I constantly had a weak, numbing feeling in my hand and wrist. I was starting to overcompensate with my left hand, it was badly affecting my everyday life.
So I googled and found out about the vertical mouse. Quick look on Amazon and this one came up as a sponsored link, but due to the low price and excellent reviews I bought it. Next day delivery, on a Sunday too.
I've been using this for a month now but I can honestly say I felt the difference the very first day. It takes a few minutes to get used to holding it but now it's second nature. Before trying this I was extremely stressed trying to work though the pain. I had got to the point where I was crying on the drive home thinking I would have to leave a job I loved because I was losing feeling in my hand.
I would advise that you buy one of these regardless of if you have wrist issues - why wait until you're in pain. All I can say is for the price what have you got to lose?
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