Contour RollerMouse Free3 is a revolutionary ergonomic tool to replace your traditional computer mouse. It is a centrally located pointing device for PC and Mac that sits in front of your keyboard, so you don’t have to stretch to use it. Either hand can control the cursor by lightly moving the rollerbar with your fingertips. This eliminates repetition and unnecessary movements that can otherwise result in pain, making it ideal if you suffer with or want to prevent mouse-related repetitive strain injuries.
Contour RollerMouse Free3 Product Details
Contour RollerMouse Free3 changes for the better, the way you interact with your computer. This innovative mouse is placed in front of your keyboard, which minimises your working area and creates synergy between your keyboard and mouse. Its placement also easily enables you to introduce variation by using both hands. By keeping your hands in front of your body the whole time and working with small, easy movements, you avoid straining your neck, shoulders, elbows and wrists, making it easier to focus and work with greater precision.
RollerMouse has been developed in collaboration with ergonomics experts and enables you to work in a way that benefits your body best. Anyone who spends a large amount of time in front of their computer will find this mouse beneficial especially when tasking comprises of design and media production. The mouse combines pinpoint precision and comfort with a low-profile design for complete ergonomic mouse use. The high cursor speed within the mouse allows the user to move the cursor easily across single or dual monitors for efficient computer use. This cursor speed can be adjusted to one of ten settings from 600 to 2800 dpi for individual use, enabling faster and more accurate work.
A light, clickable roller bar replaces mouse movements and thanks to a design that enables the use of both hands, the cursor can be controlled with a light touch of the fingertips. This allows you to achieve more relaxed and varied work, always remaining within the ideal working area. The mouse features two new forward and back buttons that work smoothly with most web browsers, while the rollerbar now has a softer click for reduced pressure and relaxed hand movements. This allows the use of both hands which helps to prevent and/or relieve repetitive strain injuries (RSI) associated with single hand mouse use. The built-in wrist rests also have increased padding for improved comfort.
Flat and neutral hand positions are promoted, helping to reduce strain caused by wrist extension and ulnar deviation associated with using a traditional mouse. The function buttons also reduce mouse clicking which again helps to prevent RSI, as well as increasing work efficiency and productivity.
The mouse is great for agile working due to its lightweight and low-profile allowing you to work ergonomically, protected from tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger, wherever you are.
The chances are you are spending a vast amount of time at work and at home using a computer for tasking and recreation. This invariably means using some form of mouse or touchpad to fulfil your duties. Over time, the focussed and repetitive movements of mouse work can lead to musculoskeletal disorders and affect your performance. This makes the mouse an incredibly important part of your workstation.
Ergonomic mice are quite diverse and one that is correctly specified will not only meet your physical needs, but also help you to optimise your workspace. The mouse will safeguard you from the risk of pain and injury and also allow you to work efficiently and accurately.
Ergonomic mice can help with conditions like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Repetitive Strain Injury and Arthritis.
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