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Ergonomic Mouse

A better way to point and click

Discover a mouse that helps reduce muscle strain while keeping your arms and shoulders in a more relaxed position.

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3M Ergonomic Mouse

This mouse is clinically proven to alleviate pain and discomfort of repetitive stress injuries in the hand, wrist, or arm associated with the use of traditional mice-which can pronate the forarm and wrist and typically presses the wrist and carpal tunnel area against the desk.

The 3M™ Ergonomic Mouse has earned an Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation® for its patented, vertical grip design that keeps your hand and wrist at a neutral angle, while the mouse works as a regular optical mouse. Grip the handle and rest your hand on the base. Use your thumb to left and right click. Optical sensor, wireless, USB compatible plug and play. Soft-touch painted surfaces for added comfort. For right-handed use.

  • EM550GPL – Wireless, Large
  • EM550GPS – Wireless, Small
  • EM500GPL – Wired, Large
  • EM500GPS – Wired, Small

The unique, ergonomic vertical grip design has been clinically proven to reduce muscle strain and discomfort associated with carpal tunnel syndrome and repetitive stress injuries compared to using a traditional mouse. Enhances your comfort by keeping arms and shoulders in a more relaxed, neutral position. Optical USB/PS2 compatible plug and play. For right-hand use.

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Three clinical studies illustrate how an ergonomic mouse decreased pain and discomfort for users performing computer-related tasks.
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