Anyone got an ergomouse or any similar product? I've been getting a fairly handsome pressure sore/callus on my mouse hand from the desk and am seriously considering the investment but just thought I'd see if anyone had used one before or alternatively had one for sale because they didn't like it haha.
Anyone got an ergomouse or any similar product? I've been getting a fairly handsome pressure sore/callus on my mouse hand f.
I Had a problem with my wrist on the mousing side and the doc reckoned it was from using a mouse excessively and recommended an ergonomic mouse if I could find one.
Ended up with the Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser mouse 6000 (google it).
Fixed the problem with the wrist OK and I thoroughly endorse it.
After about 6 years of use it finally it has finally worn out and I had to replace it.
The only problem is they don't sell it as a standalone mouse now, rather it comes as a combo with an ergo keyboard.
If you go to somewhere like Officeworks and look for the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic desktop 7000 you will find one.
After a price match I think I paid about $85 for the desktop set and promptly threw the keyboard away and just kept the mouse - it's that good !.
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