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The black, large, right-hand L2WB-LC Wired Light Click HandShoe Mouse from Hippus is an ergonomically-designed mouse that fully supports your hand in the most relaxed position and prevents gripping and pinching. Your arm is supported at the ideal angle of 25 to 30°, which makes sure that your forearm is completely relaxed. The BlueRay Track mechanism of this mouse lets you use it on almost every surface.
The specially-developed shape of the HandShoe mouse allows for the hand to continuously rest on the mouse body in a relaxed fashion, so there is no skin contact between your hand and the desk. As a result, there is no skin irritation caused by excessive rubbing like when moving a conventional mouse. Contrary to conventional computer mice, you don't have to continuously lift (hover) the fingers, to prevent accidental switching. This plug-and-play mouse fits like a glove, while the buttons of this ergonomic mouse are positioned in-line with the fingers. The large-size HandShoe Mouse has a third mouse button that is not programmable; it has the same function as the click function underneath the scroll wheel.
Fits hand sizes from 7.7 to 8.5"
To maximize the advantages of this mouse and experience maximum comfort, a correct fit is required. Therefore the hand has to be measured. Measure on the inside of the stretched-out hand. The distance from your wrist (the cross over between hand and arm) up to the tip of the ring finger provides an indication of the required size.
Ergonomically-designed mouse that fully supports your hand in the most relaxed position and prevents gripping and pinching
BlueRay Track mechanism consists of blue lighting effects and laser precision that works on almost every surface
1,500 dpi resolution
Built-in third mouse button is not programmable and it has the same function as the click function underneath the scroll wheel