Excerpt: I use the Evoluent for my main computer. It is a large mouse and it does take some getting use to. It has three main buttons under the fingers, two buttons next to the thumb and the wheel button. All are programable with the downloadable software from the Evoluent site. The buttons are a little light but once you get used to them it works very well. I liked it so much I purchased one for my wife. Both are on computers that run Win 7 pro, no problems yet.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Highly Compatible
Excerpt: This will be my best buy in electronics accessories for years! Comfort is is much larger than I thought. Now, one that I want a fully ergonomic keyboard, because the difference is very positive.
Excerpt: I've been using this verticle mouse since 2002! I have mild carpel tunnel syndrome that affects the wrist! It can be painful but that pain and discomfort has been drastically reduced since using the Verticle Mouse! It may feel a little 'unnatural' at first but once you get used to it you won't want to go back to the 'flat' mouse! If you don't have any wrist problems, now is the best time to get a Verticle Mouse as a preventative measure!
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly
Summary: If you absolutely need an ergonomic mouse, this product is very usable. However, when I spend upwards of $80 on a mouse, I expect better quality tracking than you average $5, made in China, disposable piece of garbage.
Pros: This mouse is one of the few ergonomic 5 button mice with a scroll wheel. Well I guess its technically a 6 button mouse because the scroll wheel does not double as a middle mouse button. (Also an awesome feature)
Cons: This mouse has a serious tracking problem. Several times a day it starts to 'pull' all the way to the right edge of the screen. This continues until I move the mouse again. I suspect this issue is the result of poor quality firmware, possibly an overflow/underrun in the sensor data interpretation. Now before someone tries to spout some non-sense about the surface or other system related software bugs let me just say that I have tired this mouse with multiple pads and ...
Excerpt: Totally different than a "traditional" mouse but by Day 3 using it I am really loving it. I have days where I spend 12 hours at a computer and was having repetitive stress pains in my index finger from clicking the mouse button. After only two days using this my finger already feels better. Well worth the price, the device is extremely well engineered and works so smooth. I can't believe how many years I used the $[$]mouse that comes with a computer.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Long Range, Quiet
Summary: This was recommended as an ergonomic mouse. I originally held off purchasing this because of the price and it's rarity (I could not see one of these in any store, let alone NCIX own store). I'm glad I brought it. It's very comfortable and easy to use. Although it took me a few days to get used to after using a regular mouse. Even so, I still knock the mouse over as my instinct is still to grab it as a regular mouse.
Pros: Comfortable grip
Cons: Size/fit for smaller hands, Heat generated by mousr
Summary: As a right hander, who has to mouse left handed because of an old shoulder injury, this mouse was perfect. It did take getting used to. But it was only when I had to stop using it that I noticed what a difference it had made - as now my hand and wrist got so much more fatigued. And I had to stop using it because is failed. It simply will not turn one anymore. First, after a big Windows update last year, it appeared its drivers became incompatible with Windows 7.