SmartFish ErgoMotion Mouse

Posted: Sep 6 2010, 6:20am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 6 2010, 6:27am CDT, in Shopping | Peripheral

 

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Everything USB published a SmartFish ErgoMotion Mouse.

Quote from that review: The number of people suffering from Repetitive Stress Injury and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is on the rise and so too is the number of "ergonomic" mice available in the marketplace. Ergonomic mice are certainly nothing new; however SmartFish and their ErgoMotion Laser Mouse is certainly a new twist on the old way of accomplishing things as it looks a heck of a lot like a normal mouse. As a sufferer of bilateral CTS my question is does it work and is their any downsides?

The Verdict:

While the Smartfish ErgoMotion Laser Mouse does indeed look like your typical average mouse it is rather ingenious! Its ability to pivot not only side to side but forwards and backwards does make it a very easy to use ergonomic mouse with an extremely short learning curve. Just be prepared to change the way you use your mouse if you want to get the most from this amazing piece of engineering!

The Good:

No Software Needed

Elegant design

Long 10-month battery life

Integrated USB receiver holder

SMALL USB transceiver

Short learning curve

Pivoting action does work!

The Bad:

Low DPI sensitivity

Only 2 buttons, really needs a forward & back button

While the learning curve is short, you only get out what you put into this mouse (can be improperly used negating ergonomic abilities) •

Short warranty

Read the full review at everythingusb.

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