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DESCANO ERGONOMIC VERTICAL MOUSE - USB, BLACK

Product number: SL-6168-RRBK
Weight: 0.31 kg
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Highlights

The DESCANO Ergonomic Mouse promotes a healthier way of working and helps prevent your wrist from getting tired or irritated as would otherwise happen when it is forced into a twisted position. Thanks to its vertical shape your wrist rests on the desktop and always stays in a relaxed, neutral position even when making repetitive movements. Once you get accustomed to using the mouse, you can say goodbye to the pain, irritation and inflammation in the arm and hand that used to result after using a standard computer mouse for a while. That's why ergonomic vertical mice are recommended by renowned physiotherapists.

Technical details

  • 2500dpi 5-button right-handed mouse
  • Ergonomic design
  • Posture-enhancing shape
  • Maximum precision
  • Perfect for any sized hand
  • Extended finger rest for superior grip
  • Rubberised finish for comfort and an ultra-secure hold
  • Encourages a healthy posture
  • Easy-access thumb buttons
  • Integrated dpi switch incl. status indicator
  • Ultra-low-friction, long-life feet
  • Accurate, easy-access and quiet scroll wheel
  • Cable length: 150cm

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FAQ

Is a driver required for Windows®?

This product uses the operating system’s native drivers. Simply connect the product while the PC is running, and Windows® will install the new hardware automatically.

How do I change the mouse’s button mapping?

On Windows® the mouse uses the operating system’s native drivers to make installation as simple as possible. The drivers do not allow you to remap buttons. However, to map other commands to buttons you can use additional software. There are many freeware versions available online that don’t cost anything to use. Please note in this regard that we provide no warranty whatsoever for third-party software.

Why don’t all my mouse buttons work on Mac OS X®?

On Mac OS X® the mouse uses the operating system’s native drivers to make installation as simple as possible. The drivers do not allow you to map buttons. However, to map commands to buttons you can use additional software. There are many freeware versions available online that don’t cost anything to use. Please note in this regard that we provide no warranty whatsoever for third-party software.

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