A modern upgrade to the Free2, RollerMouse Free3 brings improved ergonomic design, precision and quality with the added benefits of more speed, extra buttons and fully integrated wrist support. There are two versions of the Free3, wired and wireless, making the Free3 even freer than before.
RollerWave2 is an extra deep wrist rest for increased comfort. It offers a longer and smoother transition from the desk to RollerMouse and keyboard.The soft inner core is similar to memory foam and is covered with leatherette, giving soft support to both hands and arms distributing the pressure over a wider area. RollerWave2 is sold separately as an...
Experience unrivalled comfort, control, and pinpoint accuracy with RollerMouse Red, an innovative, ergonomic mouse that sits in front of a keyboard. RollerMouse Red allows users to stay within their optimal work zone with relaxed hands and a neutral wrist posture, eliminating the need to grip or reach for the mouse. Prevents pain in the shoulder, neck,...
Posture variation is the cornerstone of ergonomics, which is why the Unimouse has been designed so that you can explore its 4 friction-based points of articulation to find your own unique comfort. Effortlessly switch postures on the fly and engage different muscles and tendons while avoiding fixed, static positions.
The Dutch word HandShoe translates to glove in English, which is the concept that the HandShoe Mouse has designed to deliver – to fit the hand like a glove. At Erasmus University Medical Center, in the Netherlands, research showed the computer mouse is a source of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) and certain types of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS).
The advanced design of Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse maximizes wrist comfort while making navigation effortless. Shaped to encourage a more natural hand, wrist, and forearm posture, Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse helps prevent the pain of repetitive stress injuries.
Description: The OrthoMouse Wireless delivers perfect posture for the hand. The OrthoMouse has been designed to the hands natural position and movement.It makes your hand, forearm and fingers remain in full muscular equilibrium – also known as “passive adaptation” – allowing for prolonged use without straining.