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8.3 out of 10

3M EM500GPL

Great Deal: $59.82

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User Review

dy1ngbr33dz, Walmart
16 August 2014
  • Summary: i picked this item up, still needing two more surgeries in my wrists, and boy oh howdy am i glad i did. it took a little time to adjust to its unique style/design, but i am glad i took the option because i am loving it. it could a little less expensive but it will do fine for my needs. the scroll feature allows for a nav.
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Love the mouse

R, Office Depot
17 April 2014
  • Excerpt: I have had problems with my hands stiffening up and a little arthritis too. This mouse helped SO Much! Takes time to get use to it but afterwards what a pleasure to use. Don't want any other kind.
  • Pros: Good Value, Comfortable
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Perfect Ergonomic Mouse

Gilbert R., Newegg
19 May 2013
  • Summary: There's always an adjustment period for using any good ergonomic mouse. If there wasn't then I would assume the mouse would lead to a similar stress on hand/finger/wrist.
  • Pros: Had one of these or like for more than 5 years and can't do without. Once you get over the first month of use, there's no problem using it over a regular mouse. Cord is nice a long (longer than any I've seen). Never had connectivity or other problems. Exactly what my wrist needed to alleviate repetitive stress due to my constant use.
  • Cons: None really
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Most Comfortable Mouse Ever

Michael C., Newegg
27 September 2012
  • Summary: Unless your palm is significantly wider than 3.5" I recommend the Small size. The 550 has a better surface and optical sensor than the 500, but the batteries need to replaced from time to time.
  • Pros: Much more comfortable than standard mouse designs. Virtually eliminates hand strain. Rubberized surface feels good and does not collect too much dirt. Includes 3 mouse buttons. Wireless removes annoying cables.
  • Cons: My hand is 3.5" across the palm and the Large size is way too big for me. The wireless signal is not that strong, so it helps to be near the receiver. The batteries add weight.
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Great Mouse

Albert H., Newegg
12 August 2012
  • Pros: I've had a 3M Renasaince mouse for over 15 years, so I know what I'm talking about. I was having wrist pain problems, and this solved it. It's a little awkward at first, but once you get used to it, nothing else will do. Albert
  • Cons: I've had a 3M Renasaince mouse for over 15 years, so I know what I'm talking about. I was having wrist pain problems, and this solved it. It's a little awkward at first, but once you get used to it, nothing else will do. Albert
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User Review

Christian S., Newegg
17 March 2012
  • Pros: Fixed all my pains of working full time as a computer artist. I used to max out at 40 hours of computer work per week and I would be in severe pain. With this new mouse I can work all day long and go home to play videogames too. It's amazing, and I hope they never stop making them.
  • Cons: I wish it had a scroll wheel on it somewhere. The older model had some issued with the button breaking, I went through quite a few of them, but the company always sent me new mice. They are the best company.
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Great Ergonomics

MMOUL, Office Depot
21 January 2012
  • Excerpt: This mouse lets you keep your hand in an anatomically neutral position while using the mouse. I bought this when I was diagnosed with tendonitis in my elbow. Using a regular mouse was painful after about an hour. As soon as I plugged this mouse in, the pain was gone and did not return. It takes about an hour to get used to the difference, but I love this mouse.
  • Pros: Easy to Use, Performance, perfect for pain
  • Cons: Expensive
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Ergo Mouse

Larry W., Newegg
22 December 2011
  • Pros: After having carpal tunnel surgery I started using this mouse and I would not go back to the old style. I work on the computer all day and my wrist does not hurt like it did with the other mouse. I highly reccomend this mouse if you are showing signs of carpal tunnel.
  • Cons: It takes some getting used to as you are moving your amr and not just flexing your wrist. After a little use it becomes natural to use.
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NO MORE CARPOL TUNNEL! OMFG!

Francisco C. Meza, Amazon
3 October 2011
  • Summary: I have been battling carpal tunnel for years now. Forget any of the bad reviews from previous customers. If I could give a 6 stars to this, I would! Yes it takes a little getting used to, but who freakin cares if it solves the physical pain. You get all the features from a regular mouse (left click, right click, scroll). Trust me, it's worth buying this because for the price your pain will go away. I am so happy I want to cry. PS.
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Should Be The New Standard Design

Aaron K., Newegg
16 August 2011
  • Summary: I have pretty large hands for someone my size... and I'm 6 feet tall! Anything smaller than a full size keyboard or mouse feels like a child's toy in my hands. I was really worried that the "Large" version of this mouse was going to feel 2½ sizes too small. This was not the case, however! If you're like me and have large hands and/or long fingers, worry not, the mouse will fit you just fine! The design is very... adaptable(?), you could say?
  • Pros: I'm heartbroken that Newegg only allows me such a limited space to voice my love of this mouse. For almost two decades I've suffered from chronic pain and discomfort in joints throughout my right arm. I've tried nearly every form of "ergonomic" mouse & trackballs on the market, only to find that their designs merely "relocate" the pain, and do not "relieve" it in the least. I could tell within MINUTES of using this mouse, though, that this time would be different. I'v...
  • Cons: The cons with this mouse are the same with any non-standard-form device. Yes, it will take some time before you're as good with this mouse as you are with your old one. Yes, it is a little taller than you're used to, so the first few times you switch your hand back-and-forth from the keyboard you're going to backslap the mouse away. Yes, getting the sensitivity just right is going to be frustrating. Yes, if you're using a tiny, cheap mousepad you're going to have to i...
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