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6 Ergonomic Mice That Will Save Your Wrists

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1. Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball

I proudly own this mouse (you can see it in my latest video series). It’s great. I switched from using my Apple Magic Mouse to this mouse after my wrist started giving me some issues. Gone are the days where I have to move my entire arm just to move the cursor across the screen. The Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball allows me to just use my thumb to control the cursor. I totally recommend this!

2. Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse

The Logitech MX Masters Wireless Mouse is actually nice looking. Not bad at all. It has a unique thumb wheel for horizontal navigation and advanced gestures. This mouse works on both PC’s and Mac computers, is wireless and has a long lasting battery life (up to 40 days on a single charge).

3. J-Tech Digital Scroll Endurance Vertical USB Mouse

This mouse comes with a removable palm rest to reduce hand and wrist pain. The J-Tech Digital Scroll Endurance USB Mouse is a USB mouse, so it’s not wireless. But, it has a ton of ergonomic features that minimize the fact that its got a cord.

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4. Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse

The Anker Wireless Vertical Mouse was scientifically designed to encourage a natural “handshake” arm and wrist position for smoother movement and minimize overall strain. The mouse also has a really cool power saving mode where it sleeps after 8 minutes idle, however, by pressing the right or left button the mouse will wake.

5. Logitech M705 Wireless Marathon Mouse

Also compatible with both Mac and PCs, the Logitech M705 Wireless Marathon Mouse is sculpted to guide hands into a natural and comfortable position.

6.TeckNet Pro 2.4G Ergonomic Wireless Mobile Optical Mouse

The TeckNet Pro Ergonomic Wireless Mouse is another good looking mouse on this list since it comes in a variety of cool colors. The mouse has a contoured shape and soft rubber grips to provide all-day comfort for users.

 

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    1. Many of these issues arise over time, so it’s often not dealt with until it’s too late. It’s best to start thinking about it early 🙂 Thanks for stopping by, Chole!

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