The Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse is back to treat and prevent repetitive stress injury caused by traditional computer mice. The mouse alleviates discomfort and muscle fatigue caused by wrist pronation. The design of the Goldtouch mouse includes an oversized, concave thumb area and naturally sloping buttons to conform to the hand and create a relaxed position for the wrist and fingers. Please note: this mouse does not include a bluetooth adapter.Read More...
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The Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse is available in the following models:
If your computer is not Bluetooth equipped and you are ordering the wireless Goldtouch Mouse [KOV-GTM-B], you will need to add the Bluetooth Adapter option.
The Human Solution is bringing the popular Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse back to its product line to help users prevent repetitive stress injuries and treat them as well. The body of the mouse supports a neutral wrist angle of 20° - 30°. Its long buttons with low click force allow users with different sized hands to comfortably use the same mouse and to minimize the pressure needed to click the buttons. These specially contoured ergonomic mice decrease hand fatigue and discomfort for users.
|Height||52 mm at thumb
30 mm at small finger
|Optical resolution||1000 DPI|
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Check out our video review of the Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse below.
Goldtouch Ergo Mouse - Left Handed
January 3, 2013
I am right handed but use a left handed mouse to save my arthritic right hand from extra stress. (I also cannot use a mouse like the Roller Mouse or joystick where thumb action is required.) I've tried several types and this is the one I like the best. It's a very natural fit for my hand - I wear a size M to L women's glove. I have the same mouse at work and home and that helps me use it more effectively. It only requires a light touch. It does take a while to get used to any mouse, but after a week or so it was totally natural.
Gold Touch Egronomic Mouse
January 21, 2012
I am left handed and like the mouse. I am not petite but I do not have large hands either. It fits fine. Sometimes I find myself bearing down a little heavy but it is out of habit and is not necessary.
January 17, 2012
(edit by THS"sorry Lisa, we couldn't find your other review"): Sadness sums up my feelings about this mouse. I bought the rather expensive Bluetooth version of the Goldtouch ergonomic mouse and was super pumped while I waited for it to arrive. I have been combing the interwebs looking for a wireless mouse (so I can change up my arm position and reduce shoulder strain), with a good angle and palm support (to reduce my wrist swelling), and with low click force buttons (to help with the muscle spasm in my forearm). The Goldtouch mouse sounded perfect! Alas, it was not. This is one HUGE mouse you guys. Admittedly I have small hands. My hands are 6 1/2 inches long from my wrist to my middle fingertip and are 3 inches wide (excluding my thumb). Goldtouch made much of how the version 2 mouse fit a variety of hand sizes, but let me tell you, it does not. The angle and the click force are both nice enough. I like being able to click with my whole finger instead of just my fingertip. It's the scroll wheel that's the problem. I can't reach it. My fingertips end a quarter to a half inch away from it when I rest my hand on the mouse, which means I have to pick up my hand and contort my fingers to scroll. Misery! I might as well keep using my Apple magic trackpad since I no longer have any hand support or proper angling. To make matters worse, even if my hand were large enough for this mouse, I probably still wouldn't like the scroll wheel. It's tiny and not very precise, which means it requires fine motor skills. That's a dealbreaker for those of us with RSI I'm afraid. My search for a comfortable mouse continues!