Best Ergonomic Mice

Updated February 2019
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Ergonomic mice make using your computer easier, more comfortable, and safer for your hands. This type of mouse will fit your hand properly, reducing the chance of repetitive stress injuries. A few different designs are available. A horizontal style mouse is a common design, as it looks a lot like a traditional computer mouse. People are able to work efficiently with this familiar style, and it’s curved properly to fit your hand. Vertical ergonomic mice are taller than typical mice, allowing you to wrap your hands around them. The buttons are on the side of the mouse, so you don’t have to reach to access them. Trackball ergonomic mice have a design where you’ll roll a trackball on the side or top of the mouse. A joystick mouse is the most natural design to avoid pronation of the wrist.

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