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The black, small, left-hand LS2UL Wireless Light Click HandShoe Mouse from Hippus is an ergonomically-designed mouse that supports your hand in a relaxed position and prevents gripping and pinching. Hand, palm, and finger support starts at the wrist and ends at the finger tips, thus following the full length of the inner contour of the hand. This contoured design helps prevent ailments such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
The BlueRay Track sensor of the HandShoe mouse has a resolution of 1500 dpi and can track on almost every surface. Simply plug the small wireless receiver into your system's USB Type-A port and you're set; no special software drivers are needed. It uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can last up to 4 to 6 weeks, depending on use. In order to charge and use this mouse at the same time, you'll have to connect it to your system via a USB cable and leave the receiver plugged in.
Fits hand sizes up to 6.9" (175.2 mm)
To maximize the advantages of this mouse and experience maximum comfort, a correct fit is required. Therefore, the hand must 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.
Unique contoured shape offers support for your whole hand, preventing carpal tunnel syndrome
BlueRay Track sensor provides laser precision that works on almost every surface
Plug-and-play; no special software drivers are needed
Continue working while charging; however, the receiver must be plugged-in