Featured Ergonomic Mice
If you are using a laptop, using an external keyboard and mouse is very important.
Vertical mice put your hands in a “handshake posture” which is relaxing as it keeps your arm in a neutral posture. (However, be sure to use the entire arm to mouse versus twisting the wrist.)
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Comfi II Wired Ergonomic MouseQuote Request
Evoluent Vertical MouseSelect options
Goldtouch Semi-Vertical MouseSelect options
Kensington Pro Fit Vertical MouseSelect options
PRF Vertical Wireless Ergonomic MouseQuote Request
R-GO He Right Hand Vertical Mouse-WirelessQuote Request
Verbatim Wireless Mouse-Right Hand “Use Anywhere”Quote Request
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Wireless DXT Ambidextrous MouseQuote Request
What is an Ergonomic Mouse
An ergonomic mouse aims to keep the user’s hand in a more natural “handshake” position. It offers all of the functions a traditional mouse offers but is shaped in a way that requires less effort or strain. Pacific Ergonomics offers a variety of ergonomic mice to ensure users are the most comfortable they can be when getting their work done.
Issues with Traditional Mice
Traditional mice aren’t designed with a natural posture in mind. When using a traditional mouse, the forearm and wrist are activated into an unnatural position. When done in repetition, discomfort, pain, or injury can occur.
What type of Ergonomic Mouse is best?
The short answer is whichever mouse feels comfortable. Someone may use a traditional mouse for years with no issues, and others may only be able to work if they use an ergonomic mouse. It’s time to consider an ergonomic mouse the moment you feel any discomfort in using a traditional mouse because that discomfort will only worsen, leading to injury.
For further information reference our blog post Which Ergonomic Mouse is Best For You?