Summary: - I would not recommend buying this unless you absolutely must have something in this sort of vertical, ergonomic configuration. I don't know if something better exists for this purpose, but perhaps a trackball is the ticket. - I can't stress just how cheap the materials are on this product.
Pros: - I guess it's more comfortable on the wrist and hey, it's for lefties, which suits me. - Buttons are programmable, you can adjust the speed, etc. - The ergonomics seem well design to support your hand in the proper way (i.e. your finger won't drag across the mouse pad).
Cons: - Cheap, cheap, cheap, materials. The rubberized grip coating is wearing off and I barely use this thing. Seriously, I've probably used it for a total of about 20 hours since I've had it and the rubberized portion is becoming rough and brittle, wearing away. - Way overpriced.
Excerpt: I had a ergonomic microsoft mouse before and it was an easy transition to use this mouse. I use this mouse about 8 hours a day, 5 days a week as I work as a programmer.
It is very easy to setup and use. I love the extra buttons which I use for copy and paste functions.
Summary: I have been using Evoluent Mouses and Kenisis Keyboard for years and it takes a little time to get used to. I have no hand fatigue any more
Pros: Good for a medium to small hands, There might be a larger one. Has a switch to turn it off when you are not using it Works with Windows Pro 7, 10 I have to tried to program the mouse I am just using the default settings
Cons: The material where the thumb rides takes a little getting used to because it is so smooth.
Excerpt: This is the only mouse I'll ever use. Easily customizable.
The only issue I have is when I dropped it. I've done it twice now and both times it broke and I had to buy a new one....just be careful with it!
After trying other ergonomic mice, this one works for my carpal tunnel.
7 February 2015
Summary: After trying several mice this one is by far the best for my carpal tunnel. I've only started to feel some numbness in my wrist and decided I have to get on it now. I didn't want to spend the money on this mouse but after trying 3 other cheaper ones finally gave in and purchased.
Summary: I had been using a top of the line Logitech laser mouse for many years until my hand started cramping regularly and my wrist began aching. My wife loaned me her wired Evoluent mouse (VM2) and after a few weeks all of that pain went away.
Summary: -The only con that i have is the seller. When i made the purchase, it gave to me a wrong tracking number, when i call customer support at newegg.ca they tried everything to contact the seller for a response on that. Later days, i received the mouse at my door with a different number.
Pros: -Good hand size, not a grab n' go on the road. -Love the programmable buttons -I got use to it very quickly. -Tested in differents surfaces and work well on almost all