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a dollar less than last time I bought them.
Plural, I love them, gave some away. helps prevent repetitive stress injuries ( carpal tunnel ) and fatigue.

Wired and wireless both work well.
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It works for me, my wrist pain is improved after using this ergonomic mouse. It eats on batteries fast though.
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Pretty odd design, is this actually good for easing tension on the hand?
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a dollar less than last time I bought them.
Plural, I love them, gave some away. helps prevent repetitive stress injuries ( carpal tunnel ) and fatigue.

Wired and wireless both work well.
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Pretty odd design, is this actually good for easing tension on the hand?
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Pretty odd design, is this actually good for easing tension on the hand?
I've never really had wrist problems with regular mice, this one feels a little better.

It takes a long time to get used to precise clicking, since your click will move the mouse to the left a little bit if you push too hard. I have the levkey and the threshold for the click is a little high so you kind have to slow down to click on stuff. Bit annoying for design work tbh.

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Pretty odd design, is this actually good for easing tension on the hand?
It works for me, my wrist pain is improved after using this ergonomic mouse. It eats on batteries fast though.
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Thanks! Gonna give this a try!
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Pretty odd design, is this actually good for easing tension on the hand?
Yessss! These help take pressure off the wrist. In my experience im not going back to a traditional mouse. My only gripe about this is the scroll wheel wears down pretty quick. Would buy again
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Had bad experience on this before. The wireless connection is not stable. Maybe just mine has this problem.
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The wired version is the only mouse I use now, cheap and confortable. No strain on my wrest after working on computer for more than 8 hours a day, for years. Best office mouse for the value
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Had bad experience on this before. The wireless connection is not stable. Maybe just mine has this problem.
Just use different USB port.
I am not saying that USB port is bad but something may be interfering with signals at that USB location.
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Huge company like Logitech has had some great wireless tech for a while in their mice, but unless you really need the wireless, it might be the more stress-free bet to go wired for this one. Anker is a trusted brand overall in other areas though, to be fair.

And yes it definitely can help with ergonomics, the way we twist our arms in to use keyboard/mice is less than ideal.
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The battery consumption is a little worse than regular mouse. My incredible rough guess would be that it the batteries provided to me from the office manager would last maybe 1.5 - 2 months. I'm in for a wired version. I hate asking the office manager at work for batteries when these run out.
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This mouse is a game changer! Worth every penny and I'll never an old school mouse again. I've had a few people also switch over after I recommended it and they're fans too.

If you use the computer a lot get this. Alleviated so much wrist and elbow pain from countless hours of weekly computer time at my desk.

I have the wired version btw, works perfectly.
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