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Crazy ErgoMotion Laser Mouse helps reduce wrist pain

ErgoMotion mouse launches

| Peripherals News | Posted: Aug 26, 2010 7:04 pm

When it comes to spending hours and hours each day working at a computer and making the same hand movements over and over repetitive stress injuries can become a big pain literally and figuratively for users. To fight this sort of injury there are all manner of ergonomic keyboards and more available on the market.


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A company called Smartfish has unveiled the latest ergonomic mouse to hit the market and the mouse is called the ErgoMotion Laser Mouse. It looks strange and resembles a normal mouse sitting on a stand. That stand slides around the desk and the mouse, tilts side to side, and front to back.


The titling action is supposed to make sure that your hand never has to sit in the same position for too long where it can cause pain. The mouse has a laser sensor and a scroll wheel along with two main buttons. The wireless tech uses a small nano receiver and 2.4GHz technology. The resolution of the mouse is 800dpi and it has an ambidextrous design. The mouse will work with Windows or Mac computers and can be ordered for $49.95.



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