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Thats funny, I've had the wireless version at work for a few months and still have the same feeling. Its comfortable for my wrist, but I feel like I never quite have a good grip on it and it often results in a lost of accuracy when clicking on a high resolution screen. I use an MX Master at home which is large and kind of in between a vertical and a standard mouse, and I feel its much more accurate.


For the person asking about gaming in my personal experience I would not recommend this design due to my personal feeling of lack of precise control. For wrist relief from daily repetitive office clicking it does help with strain though.
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This mouse solved all my wrist pain problems. Highly recommended
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great mouse. solved my rsi problems
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great mouse. solved my rsi problems
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I've been using it for a few months but I'm still not used to it.
I feel I'm not holding it tight.
Maybe I'm holding it wrong. Big Grin
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Got one last time. Love it and in for another.
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I've been using it for a few months but I'm still not used to it.
I feel I'm not holding it tight.
Maybe I'm holding it wrong. Big Grin
I don't think you went to hold any mouse tightly. You're putting unnecessary strain on your wrists by doing that
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I don't think you went to hold any mouse tightly. You're putting unnecessary strain on your wrists by doing that
bootymasterI don't think you went to hold any mouse tightly. You're putting unnecessary strain on your wrists by doing that
You are probably right, but it feels like it's escaping from my hand. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Has anyone tried using a vertical mouse for gaming?
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Got one, thanks!
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Any codes for the wireless version of this?
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had two in a row of the wireless version crap out in a few weeks with scroll wheel problems. I'm not sure if the design is just susceptible to dirt or if I have terrible luck or what. Anker's customer service was great, but the mouse gave me fits. Maybe the wired version is somehow different... tempting to try just because i love the feel of the mouse.
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I've been using it for a few months but I'm still not used to it.
I feel I'm not holding it tight.
Maybe I'm holding it wrong. Big Grin
Thats funny, I've had the wireless version at work for a few months and still have the same feeling. Its comfortable for my wrist, but I feel like I never quite have a good grip on it and it often results in a lost of accuracy when clicking on a high resolution screen. I use an MX Master at home which is large and kind of in between a vertical and a standard mouse, and I feel its much more accurate.

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Has anyone tried using a vertical mouse for gaming?
For the person asking about gaming in my personal experience I would not recommend this design due to my personal feeling of lack of precise control. For wrist relief from daily repetitive office clicking it does help with strain though.
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Has anyone tried using a vertical mouse for gaming?
Got this last deal, took me about a week to get use to it.
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