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Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse $13.99
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Have had this for over an year, little odd to get use to but once you do it's great. I love it, battery last for months on a single charge. Highly recommend getting it if you are in market for one
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I had the corded version and I never could get used to it. It was angrily thrown out by a coworker that tried it (I no longer wanted it). I have carpal tunnel and wanted to use it, but I absolutely hated it. Couldn't press down the middle mouse button effectively (as well as just being very awkward in other areas too) which I needed for CAD.
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The way you handle this....it's different then others and hence that odd feeling once you start
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I've used both of these for some time now - love em!
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Have had this for over an year, little odd to get use to but once you do it's great. I love it, battery last for months on a single charge. Highly recommend getting it if you are in market for one
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Have had this for over an year, little odd to get use to but once you do it's great. I love it, battery last for months on a single charge. Highly recommend getting it if you are in market for one
What's odd about it? Don't need it for gaming or anything fancy. Need a mouse to use with my laptop at home.
Happy to splurge on the $11, but not if it's gonna be a pain to use.
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What's odd about it? Don't need it for gaming or anything fancy. Need a mouse to use with my laptop at home.
Happy to splurge on the $11, but not if it's gonna be a pain to use.
The way you handle this....it's different then others and hence that odd feeling once you start
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Not Mac friendly
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What's odd about it? Don't need it for gaming or anything fancy. Need a mouse to use with my laptop at home.
Happy to splurge on the $11, but not if it's gonna be a pain to use.
I had the corded version and I never could get used to it. It was angrily thrown out by a coworker that tried it (I no longer wanted it). I have carpal tunnel and wanted to use it, but I absolutely hated it. Couldn't press down the middle mouse button effectively (as well as just being very awkward in other areas too) which I needed for CAD.
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Love this mouse ! Been using it for years
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I'm using mine right now, it's legit for the price.
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Also using this mouse for work. Just got two more for coworkers.

My first one did have an issue with the scroll wheel, where it was working intermittently, but Anker only asked for a photo of the serial number and promptly sent out a new one.

I don't like the texture of the mouse, and it requires a tiny bit more force to click (compared to our default Dell mouse), but it's a matter of preference. I'd get it again if mine dies.

Coming from a standard mouse, it is tall, so you may knock it over a few times in the beginning. I'm using a wired one so at least the cord catches it before it falls to the ground...
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I had the corded version and I never could get used to it. It was angrily thrown out by a coworker that tried it (I no longer wanted it). I have carpal tunnel and wanted to use it, but I absolutely hated it. Couldn't press down the middle mouse button effectively (as well as just being very awkward in other areas too) which I needed for CAD.
I have a similar mouse and I think the issue is that unlike a regular mouse that "one size fits all" these ergonomic mice do not. My hand is too large and fingers cant rest on the buttons nicely.
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I own one at work. Great mouse.
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I had carpal tunnel & my wrist hurting for months. I switched to this 5 years ago and I haven't had problems again. It took me weeks of discipline to get used to the switch and now I don't feel comfortable using anything else. Highly recommended. I use it 8-9hrs a day with rechargeable batteries and I maybe swap batteries every 2-3 months. I'm buying one as spare.
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I've tried a similar one, I didn't like the fact that you have to move your whole hand to move the cursor. With a regular small mouse, you can just use your fingertips.
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