A Computer Mouse that Pivots to Avoid Wrist Strain

A Computer Mouse that Pivots to Avoid Wrist Strain
November 24 23:35 2010 Print This Article

Many computer mice being produced nowadays are designed to minimize, if not eradicate, the strain on the user’s arm and wrist during usage. While the Magic Mouse by Apple does it by keeping it still and letting your fingers do the gesturing and the Arc Touch Mouse by Microsoft has a higher-than-usual arch, the Smartfish Whirl Laser features a patented Ergomotion pivot point system that allows your wrist and arm move in a more natural movement, or what the manufacturer calls it “like floating on air.” Now, it even comes with a much smaller version for netbook users (or those who like it smaller) called the Smartfish Whirl Mini.

The Mini model is now available for pre-order and costs just like its big cousin: US$49.95. Shipping begins in early December and comes in six different colors.

Source: CrunchGear

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