According to chiropractor and SmartFish Technologies CEO Dr. Jack Atzmon, many of people’s complaints of hand, wrist, shoulder and neck pain are directly related to our daily use of computers. Thus, the ErgoMotion Laser Mouse was created.
Using a combination of ergonomics and motion, the ErgoMotion Laser Mouse provides a comfortable experience for you, the user. The mouse is set on a base that pivots with your wrist. You can lean your wrist at an angle that is more comfortable that causes less stress on your joints. The mouse has 4-way scrolling, and it's wireless (2.4GHz), which allows you to place your hand wherever it is comfortable for you. The USB connection is a very small piece (nano transceiver), so it won’t be in the way if you’re using a laptop. And the USB fits into the base of the mouse so you can easily store it when you're on the go. Don't forget to turn it off when you're not using it to save battery power.
In case you don’t want to take my word for it, you can check out Benchmark Review’s assessment. Or you can check out MegaTech News. You can also find SmartFish on Facebook and Twitter.
Giveaway! The people at SmartFish Technologies are allowing me to give an ErgoMotion Laser Mouse to one of my readers (a $49.95 value)! Here’s how to enter:
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