The 3M Ergonomic Wireless Mouse provides smart engineering along with the much needed flexibility. A traditional mouse requires forearm pronation and tends to put pressure on the carpal tunnel and wrist area over time, a situation that eventually leads to chronic discomfort. Earning the Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation, the 3M Ergonomic Wireless Mouse features a patented, vertical grip design that strives to keep your wrist and hand at a neutral angle, while still working as an optical mouse. These elements work to help you avoid discomfort and decreased productivity.
All of the 3m Ergonomic Wireless Mouse features and benefits can be found below; this includes a variety of additional information including a handy brochure and owner's manual. If you have any questions or need any help deciding which wireless ergonomic mouse is best for you, please don't hesitate to contact us.
|Models||Small - EM550GPS
Large - EM550GPL
|Compatibility||Microsoft - Windows XP, Vista
Apple - Mac OS 10 X v10.4.X, v10.5.X
Also compatible w/ all later versions of PC OS & Mac OS systems listed
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The answer to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome but...
February 13, 2013
First, I love the joystick mouse. It really has helped tremendously with numbness and pain in my wrist and hand. I have 2 of them in fact. the one I use with Windows, at work, has been a real treat. The only issue is the left click button sometimes is difficult to use because it over selects what you want. On the Mac, at home, though you lose the function of the third button. At work I very much appreciate the scrolling option of the third button. Also the one at home the left click button sticks sometimes which is really annoying. Otherwise I live by these things...
Nice, but doesn't last long
April 11, 2011
I've been using the 3M Ergonomic mouse for several years. My original wired version still works after about 6 years of use. My one-and-a-half-year-old wireless version recently stopped working. At first, I'd have to click several dozen times at the beginning of each day for it to work reliably. Now, the cursor doesn't move at all. Changing the batteries doesn't help. At the time I bought it, I saw other people complained about the same problem, but I liked the idea of using a wireless mouse. I guess I'll go back to the wired version.
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