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Ergonomic Mouse From HandshoeMouse

October 9th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Recent mouse design has changed very far from it’s original when the mouse invented as early as the 1960. The mouse has become inseparable part of computer interface and therefore computer user use this a lot. It is just that the mouse itself is not comfortable to use: in order to control it, millions of very small movements are necessary with a posture of the hand and fingers which often leads to pain in the long term.

For the ergonomic design to work, the size of the mouse must be tailored to the hand. That is why the HandshoeMouse comes in three sizes: small, medium and large. But the mouse is not just comfortable – it is also nice to look at thanks to its special shape. It comes in three different colours to suit all tastes: snow-white, transparent and jet-black. It runs perfectly without drivers on Windows, Apple and Linux and can be used as soon as it has been plugged into any USB port. It has an optical scanning of 800dpi, two ergonomically designed buttons and a scroll wheel.

Ergonomic mouse

Available for EUR 120 from:

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