The Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4: Small Right Hand Wireless Mouse VM4SW provides an excellent ergonomic solution for people with smaller hands. Designed to keep your hand in a relaxed handshake position, the VM4SW eliminates the forearm twisting caused by standard mice. With six programmable buttons, adjustable pointer speed, and a contoured design that fits your natural hand shape, the Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4: Small Right Hand Wireless Mouse VM4SW offers both function and ergonomics. There are also other Evoluent Vertical Mice models available:
The Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4: Small Right Hand Wireless Mouse VM4SW is the small version of our popular Evoluent Vertical Wireless Mouse 4. The mouse's famous "handshake" ergonomic grip is proven to reduce strain and fatigue and help prevent repetitive stress injuries. Despite the vertical orientation, there is hardly any learning curve, and users typically adjust within a couple of hours. Because of its rare combination of ergonomic fundamentals and ease of use, we recommend the Evoluent mouse to the majority of our customers.
|Resolution||Variable, from 800 to 2600 DPI|
|Dimensions||3 3/8" W x 4 1/8" D x 3" H|
|Compatibility||Windows, Mac, Linux|
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The Evoluent Vertical Mouse features six easily programmable buttons which can function differently in different programs. For example, you can program the same button to mean "double click" in one program and "back" in another.
The VM4SW is sized to fit smaller hands comfortably, and your thumb opposes your finger action so the mouse doesn't move sideways when you click the buttons.
The Evoluent Vertical Mouse is designed to encourage an arm neutral position, much like a handshake. Many users find this completely eliminates their wrist pain.
By comparison, an ordinary mouse twists your forearm into an unnatural and uncomfortable position- especially if you spend long hours at a computer. A small lip on the VM4R keeps your little finger from dragging on the mousing surface.
Evoluent mice continue to be extremely popular, and with good reason. The comfortable handshake position eliminates forearm twisting caused by traditional mice, alleviating wrist and elbow pain. The vertical design is easy to get used to, and most people find that they adapt within a few hours of use. Programmable buttons allow you to customize function to your individual needs. Most of our staff use the Evoluent, and it is our first recommendation for customers.
Still not quite right
February 5, 2014
I've been using this mouse for about 4 weeks and still don't quite have the hang of it. I don't seem to be able to get the angle right and now it feels more like my shoulder is rotated out. I did buy a bean-bag style wrist rest and that has helped, but so far, it's not doing me as much good as I'd hoped. The programmable buttons are nice, but sometimes click too easily under your thumb. I'm not giving up. Yet. But I'm thinking that for me a roller ball would be easier than this vertical mouse that still requires some desk/mouse pad space in which to manuever.