Hours spent navigating a computer can have negative health effects like painful carpal tunnel. Luckily there are ergonomic options like the Hippus Handshoe Mouse Light Click, which features a revolutionary contoured design that fits into the hand effortlessly, helping to curtail repetitive motion injuries.
The device was actually designed for users with repetitive motion injuries, so even if you're working with strain this mouse can help slow its progress.
- Extremely low force right and left click with scroll wheel
- Contoured design enables user to mouse with minimal strain
- Angled body reduces arm pronation
- High DPI Blu ray optical sensor for precise movements
- Plug and Play USB connectivity / Battery charges while plugged in via USB cable
- Also available in a wired version
|Optical sensor||1500 DPI "blueray"|
|Control||Right and left click with scroll wheel|
|Compatability||Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, XP, Vista, 7, Mac OS, Unix|
|Battery life||Approximately two years|
Hippus Handshoe Mice
Pick your size
To determine which size Handshoe Mouse Light Click is right for you, we recommend measuring the distance from the wrist to the tip of the ring finger (fourth finger) along the palm of the hand. See table below for sizing guide based on this measurement.
|Extra Small||Up to 6.1" hand measurement|
|Small||6.1" - 6.75" hand measurement|
|Medium||6.75" - 7.5" hand measurement|
|Large||7.5" and greater hand measurement|
Hippus Handshoe Mice
Left or Right?
The Handshoe Mouse is available in both left and right-handed versions.
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I would rate this mouse five stars, except the buttons have WAY too light of a touch. On the positive side, it's very comfortable for my arthritic hand. It took some getting used to because it was hard to steer at first, but it glides nicely if you rock it back very slightly so most of the weight of your hand is at the pads under your wrist.
Its major problem - perhaps because my fingers are stiff from arthritis -is that I constantly kept inadvertently changing to my previous browser pages because the left button on this left-handed mouse (this would be the right button for all of you rightys) clicks while merely moving the mouse around. I bought this with the hope of being able to use it for CAD work, but there is absolutely no way I'm going to try that exercise in futility. I waited too long to try this unit and can no longer return it. I may have to open it up and see if I can stiffen the buttons with springs or buy higher-force switches. Yet another expensive experiment that didn't work out. (sigh)
Best mouse I've used. Very comfortable. The only thing I didn't like is the default button switching;that's a minor thing and easily adjusted. Overall, best mouse ever.
Got the left hand version, even though we are all right handed. Decreased gripping of the mouse, medium nice size for us. Wife has arthritis and likes it. I find it very usable, and the kids play games with it. Actually, good to start the kids with this type of mouse. Right handed people would have no problem using the left handed version of this mouse if necessary. A little expensive, but we'll get a lot of use out of it. Thanks for a nice product, it can be very difficult to find something to fit everyone's needs.
Love this and is so comfortable in your hand and have had no aching fingers since using it. Thanks for a great product. I am right handed but use my mouse in left as more comfortable and there is not much out there ergonomically for left hands.
This product comes standard with a 2-year warranty.
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