• Evoluent VM3R2-RSB Vertical Mouse 3
Evoluent VM3R2-RSB Vertical Mouse 3

Evoluent VM3R2-RSB Vertical Mouse 3

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  • Resolution - 800-2600 dpi true optical hardware resolution
  • 5 programmable buttons with dozens of selectable functions
  • Auto click - automatically perform a single or double click by pausing the pointer
  • Click lock - Press and hold button momentarily to simulate continued pressing without holding down the button
  • Adjustable time delay for activation of Auto click and Click Lock features

Customer Reviews

More hype than helpAfter a few hours of using this product, I am somewhat disappointed with it. As others have mentioned, it's not as comfortable to use as advertised. Your hand is still tilted a few more degrees to the left than it should be for it to be truly neutral. Thus, the top of my hand still gets sore while using this mouse (not quite as bad as my Logitech horizontal/ergonomic mouse, though). It also seems like the gripping/grasping position puts more strain on the outer (right) side of the palm than does a regular horizontal mouse. It also takes some getting used to that you use your ring finger, not your middle finger, for the right-click button.Also, the documentation recommends using a left-handed keyboard, with the numeric keypad on the left. Would have been nice to know that at the time I ordered the mouse, because you really need it.Next, the left-click button requires a very hard press, and selecting text is imprecise. Same with drawing rectangles to multi-select. I followed the instructions in the sparse user documentation regarding the 'Enhance Pointer Precision' checkbox, but that option was already enabled. Slowing down the pointer speed a bit helped, somewhat.Lastly, occasionally the mouse will abrubtly stop working. I'm not sure if this is indicative of a pattern, but I've had to restart my PC once, already. Other pointing devices continue to work, though. I am running Windows Vista, but there is no mention about a compatibility issue within the product documentation. Also, when I try to open 'Evoluent Mouse Manager' from the start menu, nothing happens. I guess there isn't an app to go with the driver?Evoluent VM3R2-RSB Vertical Mouse 3 3Challenge Yourself; Relearn Your Mouse HabitFirst, let me say this product is too much for me, but I keep trying. It is made well and arrived undamaged. I bought two, one for myself and husband. We intended to try to stave off carpal tunnel issues by using a vertical mouse. I'm sorry to say that I still struggle to use this mouse; I find it difficult to overcome my old mouse habits. I like it, though, it feels 'right' and I find it challenging to 'retrain' my mind and hand to move differently. I have it hooked up now at a separate PC station, specifically to 'retrain' myself. Since the deficit is in my learning issue, I'm not taking any points off of the rating. It is a quality product. 5Eliminated my repetitive motion wrist discomfort almost immediately and pain has not returned. Highly recommended. Expensive.Saved me from repetitive motion wrist pain almost immediately and continues to be my go-to mouse for all uses, including games. I just bought a Vertical Mouse 4 as replacement for it because the scroll wheel started to fail intermittently. I won't use any other mouse. I used a regular claw-grip mouse [Logitech G5] for a short time while waiting for the Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4 to arrive and the old familiar pain started to return. It has since left again. The version 4 has a slightly different feel than the 3 (and more buttons) but is otherwise similar and great to use. I repeat: I won't use any other mouse. Does cost a bit more than most mice, but well worth it for me.I estimate at least 2-3 hours a day of mouse use, more during gaming-obsessed times of the year (sporadic for me). Even when playing PC based games that require constant mouse use, I have been fine. FPS gamers might not be as happy until they get accustomed to it, but it works fine for my RPG habit. Highly recommended.Note: the programming software is not so special, but it seems compatible with most MS programs and PC games. 5Not for graphics or gaming!**** Edited: I've been using my 2 Evoluent VM3 for a while. I wish I had waited longer and gotten the next version of the mouse VM4. It's great and still works very well. Someone commented to my post as they had discovered that if you change the dpi (using button on bottom of mouse) the "draws squares" issue disappears. It seems like this only happens at 1 of the dpi settings. Read the comments for more info. ******** Original:This mouse feels and works good for most applications...not gaming or graphic art though. I was trying to draw small circles in Photoshop last night and all of my circles looked like rectangles! I thought it was a photoshop setting (like holding down Alt), so I switched to MsPaint with the same results! I plugged in my Razor DeathAdder mouse and was able to draw circles with rounded lines.The mouse has some sort of auto-straightening feature that you cannot disable (I looked in the Evoluent mouse Manager). If your mouse is going in a mostly left/right direction, it removes all up/down movement. And the same for when you're moving vertically. If you are moving at a 45 degree angle-ish, then it does still let you move at that angle, but if you watch, you can see occasional STRAIGHT lines when moving cursor.For those who already have a mouse and don't believe me, open up mspaint.exe and try and draw small circles that don't look like squares. I admit this is nice for a programmer, but this limitation definitely keeps me from giving away my old mouse (glad I found this out before I did!).So finally, I highly recommend this mouse. I have 2 (1 for work, 1 for home). BUT, don't throw away your old mouse if you are a gamer (try sniping someone when you can only move left/right or up/down!) or do a lot with graphic design/manipulation on a mouse. 5Can't recommend itThis is a review for the Evoluent VM3R2-RSB mouse.I have tried so many mice and keyboards, and the more expensive ones usually disappoint. This is no exception.The idea is great. The implementation is not. Because your hand is standing up basically, one of your wristbones digs into the table. Use a pad for it and it just makes it that much more difficult to use the mouse.I used it for 3 days and it's just plain hard to get used to, or quick with. Moving the mouse up and down is more difficult than left to right.The thumb rest should have a grip, because when it comes down to it, there is very little to hold onto; this manifests itself more when you have to pull the mouse towards you.I think my hands are average to slightly above average in size (from tip of middle finger to first wrist line it measures 7 1/2".) This mouse is definitely for people with smaller hands than mine.Then there was the disc. Mini-discs are cute, but come on. Not all disc drives can read those. Plus, it only had XP drivers on it. If you are going to have a disc, put all the drivers on it! The computer I used this on is Vista and after installing the driver from the website, I still had problems with the additional buttons, but I had already decided to get rid of it.I was looking at this and the Handshoe mouse, and got this because it was a little cheaper, but still way to expensive for what it is, although it looks pretty cool. I'll probably waste time with the Handshoe also, on the quest for the perfect keyboard/mouse combination.Once again, i'm back to the old faithful Microsoft WheelMouse :( 3No More Wrist Pain!My wrist ached all the time from the constant computer work I dd at work. I was headed towards carpal tunnel syndrome, and had no desire for permanent damage to my infrastructure just because I had to mouse around all day! When I found this mouse, I debated for a couple days...over $100 for a mouse? But my ergonomic keyboard wasn't cheap, and I decided that $100 versus my long term health of my wrist and hands was truly negligable. I am so glad I bought this mouse. What used to take wide sweeps of my wrist from left to right, now takes the easiest of a more natural hand motion to move the pointer on the screen. My wrist never aches anymore from work. My head still aches, but nothing ergonomic has been created for dealing with work stupidity or overloads yet. I'd spend a lot more for that solution. So if your wrist aches at all, and you are worried about carpal, disability, or some other horrible consequence of all the time you spend working and mousing (or just playing and mousing), buy one of these. You will not regret it. 5Takes Some Getting Used ToThe Evoluent mouse is unique to say the least. Which is why I say it takes some time getting used to. Upon first use, my mouse arrow was all over the place and I was clicking mouse buttons when I did not want to. Well, two weeks later and I got most of it under control. Retraining your hand takes time.With that said, it really does help the hand slightly holding the mouse this way. Is it that much better? Only time will tell but so far it feels better. The Evoluent mouse has a DPI button on the bottom to change the resolution to help with the control you can handle. That is a great plus. The downside is that I found it by looking at the mouse as there was nothing mentioned in the documentation. In fact, I am glad I found that because until I reduced the DPI, I had a lot of trouble controlling the mouse.The cons for me are fairly troublesome. First, there are no drivers for Windows 7 available yet and there are no drivers for any OS that is 64 bit. The Evoluent website states "maybe quarter 1 2010". A maybe does not cut it. The mouse works with standard buttons which is fine, but without drivers, you cannot remap the buttons, so you end up with a mouse that you better hope is setup how you would like it out of the box. I really need to remap my buttons. Which brings me to the second con. The back button is the bottom most button for your hand. It is a great challenge at times to not accidentally click that when you go to move the mouse to the left. There is a perfect button to use for that located at the thumb, but with no drivers, that button does nothing. The last con is that there is a level of cheapness to how it feels.I think they are close to a good idea with this mouse, but many are moving to a 64 bit OS, so without drivers, I would not attempt this mouse yet. 3Great product truly helps reduce mouse-related strainThis is not an inexpensive item anywhere you can find it, but if you suffer wrist or hand pain from constant use of a standard mouse, this definitely helps and is well worth the price. I had one ordered for me on a job by an ergonomic-savvy coworker and it helped immensely. So when I left the job, I ordered one for home, and it worked just great, even though it kept falling off of the desk (that would be user error, not a problem with the product). And one day it fell for the umpteenth time, and it no longer worked. So I'd say it took a moderate beating before conking out. The vertical design takes only a few minutes to adjust to, and it really HELPS reduce wrist pain and other stuff that might be unnecessarily lumped under the oft-misapplied umbrella of carpal tunnel syndrome. I probably will buy another one and this time make sure it isn't so prone to falling off the desk. 4The only mouse I'll use for the rest of my life!Note: Calling this a five star product is misleading. See my most recent impressions at the bottom.I cannot praise this mouse enough. I know it looks odd at first, but it is extremely comfortable and easy to use! I can't understand why anyone would use any other mouse.I bought this mouse because my wrists were in extreme pain from repetitive strain. I've been using this mouse for three weeks now, and the pain is getting much better! It works well for general computer usage as well as gaming.I like the ability to program the additional buttons to perform tasks or keyboard shortcuts. The ability to change the DPI (sensitivity) by pressing a button on the bottom is also very convenient for multiple users.I only wish Evoluent had included a carrying case for this mouse, because I always bring it along with me whenever I'm going to go use a friend's computer.Edit (November 23, 2008):While originally the pain did get better, I began to develop new pains soon afterward. I understand now that there is no computer equipment that doesn't place some kind of strain on your body. There is no piece of computer equipment that "cures" RSI. Only moderation, physical therapy, and exposing yourself to as much information as possible through books, websites, and support groups can be of help.This mouse is most likely better than your typical average mouse, but as far as vertical mice go it isn't anything spectacular. I would recommend the Zero Tension Mouse over this mouse because it has a large base to support your hand and reduce strain. I also use the Contour RollerMouse now, and I can work on it without pain for longer than I can on this mouse or even the Zero Tension Mouse. 5It healed me!I have used this mouse since the first ones were offered for sale. I by now have owned several. It is dirt cheap considering how much pain and anguish it has saved me.I use a computer for hours each day, for work and fun, and the conventional mice were causing me pain. It got to the point where my hand and wrist would still hurt even after a full night's rest! A few minutes using a conventional mouse became torture, even if I took a few days off. I feared I would need surgery to correct the problem, or that a complete lifestyle change would be needed.I tried the Evoluent Vertical Mouse in desperation, and was astounded at how much relief it brought me immediately. I instantly could use my computer normally again, and over time my painful condition corrected itself and was healed. I now can comfortably work and play for hours, with no fatigue.I learned how to use it almost instantly. It's not in any way complicated. Programming the buttons and getting used to the set-up is the only thing that might take you a minute or two.I have tried other ergo mice, and they are all in one way or another inferior. This is a high-quality device, and it is very stylish looking, too. For those who say this mouse is not good for small hands, I must retort that I have very small hands and use mine very happily.I prefer the corded version. There is a wireless, and a left-hand model, too.My one complaint: for a long time there were no 64 bit Windows drivers. I got used to the programmable buttons while using XP 32 bit, but when I upgraded to Windows 7 64, I had to use it as a two-button mouse. THIS IS WHY I tried some of the other ergo mice. I am back to using my Evoluent Vertical mouse because it truly is the best one, even as a two-button mouse. BTW I also use it as a two-button mouse in Linux, with no problems. Thank goodness 64 bit drivers are now available!The buttons are easy to press and are quiet, the scroll wheel clicks audibly but it's very quiet. I can rest my entire hand on it with no dragging, and the feet on the bottom make it glide smoothly. It's very precise.I don't know how other people define "gaming mouse", but for me this is the perfect gaming mouse, since I can't play without it. If your long hours of gaming are causing you pain, skip the other "gaming mice" since none of them are truly ergonomic. My hand hurts just looking at some of them. Just get this one and play the way you are used to: it's a true game changer because you won't tire so quickly and you will enjoy yourself more. 5
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Description
  • Resolution - 800-2600 dpi true optical hardware resolution
  • 5 programmable buttons with dozens of selectable functions
  • Auto click - automatically perform a single or double click by pausing the pointer
  • Click lock - Press and hold button momentarily to simulate continued pressing without holding down the button
  • Adjustable time delay for activation of Auto click and Click Lock features
Reviews

Customer Reviews

More hype than helpAfter a few hours of using this product, I am somewhat disappointed with it. As others have mentioned, it's not as comfortable to use as advertised. Your hand is still tilted a few more degrees to the left than it should be for it to be truly neutral. Thus, the top of my hand still gets sore while using this mouse (not quite as bad as my Logitech horizontal/ergonomic mouse, though). It also seems like the gripping/grasping position puts more strain on the outer (right) side of the palm than does a regular horizontal mouse. It also takes some getting used to that you use your ring finger, not your middle finger, for the right-click button.Also, the documentation recommends using a left-handed keyboard, with the numeric keypad on the left. Would have been nice to know that at the time I ordered the mouse, because you really need it.Next, the left-click button requires a very hard press, and selecting text is imprecise. Same with drawing rectangles to multi-select. I followed the instructions in the sparse user documentation regarding the 'Enhance Pointer Precision' checkbox, but that option was already enabled. Slowing down the pointer speed a bit helped, somewhat.Lastly, occasionally the mouse will abrubtly stop working. I'm not sure if this is indicative of a pattern, but I've had to restart my PC once, already. Other pointing devices continue to work, though. I am running Windows Vista, but there is no mention about a compatibility issue within the product documentation. Also, when I try to open 'Evoluent Mouse Manager' from the start menu, nothing happens. I guess there isn't an app to go with the driver?Evoluent VM3R2-RSB Vertical Mouse 3 3Challenge Yourself; Relearn Your Mouse HabitFirst, let me say this product is too much for me, but I keep trying. It is made well and arrived undamaged. I bought two, one for myself and husband. We intended to try to stave off carpal tunnel issues by using a vertical mouse. I'm sorry to say that I still struggle to use this mouse; I find it difficult to overcome my old mouse habits. I like it, though, it feels 'right' and I find it challenging to 'retrain' my mind and hand to move differently. I have it hooked up now at a separate PC station, specifically to 'retrain' myself. Since the deficit is in my learning issue, I'm not taking any points off of the rating. It is a quality product. 5Eliminated my repetitive motion wrist discomfort almost immediately and pain has not returned. Highly recommended. Expensive.Saved me from repetitive motion wrist pain almost immediately and continues to be my go-to mouse for all uses, including games. I just bought a Vertical Mouse 4 as replacement for it because the scroll wheel started to fail intermittently. I won't use any other mouse. I used a regular claw-grip mouse [Logitech G5] for a short time while waiting for the Evoluent Vertical Mouse 4 to arrive and the old familiar pain started to return. It has since left again. The version 4 has a slightly different feel than the 3 (and more buttons) but is otherwise similar and great to use. I repeat: I won't use any other mouse. Does cost a bit more than most mice, but well worth it for me.I estimate at least 2-3 hours a day of mouse use, more during gaming-obsessed times of the year (sporadic for me). Even when playing PC based games that require constant mouse use, I have been fine. FPS gamers might not be as happy until they get accustomed to it, but it works fine for my RPG habit. Highly recommended.Note: the programming software is not so special, but it seems compatible with most MS programs and PC games. 5Not for graphics or gaming!**** Edited: I've been using my 2 Evoluent VM3 for a while. I wish I had waited longer and gotten the next version of the mouse VM4. It's great and still works very well. Someone commented to my post as they had discovered that if you change the dpi (using button on bottom of mouse) the "draws squares" issue disappears. It seems like this only happens at 1 of the dpi settings. Read the comments for more info. ******** Original:This mouse feels and works good for most applications...not gaming or graphic art though. I was trying to draw small circles in Photoshop last night and all of my circles looked like rectangles! I thought it was a photoshop setting (like holding down Alt), so I switched to MsPaint with the same results! I plugged in my Razor DeathAdder mouse and was able to draw circles with rounded lines.The mouse has some sort of auto-straightening feature that you cannot disable (I looked in the Evoluent mouse Manager). If your mouse is going in a mostly left/right direction, it removes all up/down movement. And the same for when you're moving vertically. If you are moving at a 45 degree angle-ish, then it does still let you move at that angle, but if you watch, you can see occasional STRAIGHT lines when moving cursor.For those who already have a mouse and don't believe me, open up mspaint.exe and try and draw small circles that don't look like squares. I admit this is nice for a programmer, but this limitation definitely keeps me from giving away my old mouse (glad I found this out before I did!).So finally, I highly recommend this mouse. I have 2 (1 for work, 1 for home). BUT, don't throw away your old mouse if you are a gamer (try sniping someone when you can only move left/right or up/down!) or do a lot with graphic design/manipulation on a mouse. 5Can't recommend itThis is a review for the Evoluent VM3R2-RSB mouse.I have tried so many mice and keyboards, and the more expensive ones usually disappoint. This is no exception.The idea is great. The implementation is not. Because your hand is standing up basically, one of your wristbones digs into the table. Use a pad for it and it just makes it that much more difficult to use the mouse.I used it for 3 days and it's just plain hard to get used to, or quick with. Moving the mouse up and down is more difficult than left to right.The thumb rest should have a grip, because when it comes down to it, there is very little to hold onto; this manifests itself more when you have to pull the mouse towards you.I think my hands are average to slightly above average in size (from tip of middle finger to first wrist line it measures 7 1/2".) This mouse is definitely for people with smaller hands than mine.Then there was the disc. Mini-discs are cute, but come on. Not all disc drives can read those. Plus, it only had XP drivers on it. If you are going to have a disc, put all the drivers on it! The computer I used this on is Vista and after installing the driver from the website, I still had problems with the additional buttons, but I had already decided to get rid of it.I was looking at this and the Handshoe mouse, and got this because it was a little cheaper, but still way to expensive for what it is, although it looks pretty cool. I'll probably waste time with the Handshoe also, on the quest for the perfect keyboard/mouse combination.Once again, i'm back to the old faithful Microsoft WheelMouse :( 3No More Wrist Pain!My wrist ached all the time from the constant computer work I dd at work. I was headed towards carpal tunnel syndrome, and had no desire for permanent damage to my infrastructure just because I had to mouse around all day! When I found this mouse, I debated for a couple days...over $100 for a mouse? But my ergonomic keyboard wasn't cheap, and I decided that $100 versus my long term health of my wrist and hands was truly negligable. I am so glad I bought this mouse. What used to take wide sweeps of my wrist from left to right, now takes the easiest of a more natural hand motion to move the pointer on the screen. My wrist never aches anymore from work. My head still aches, but nothing ergonomic has been created for dealing with work stupidity or overloads yet. I'd spend a lot more for that solution. So if your wrist aches at all, and you are worried about carpal, disability, or some other horrible consequence of all the time you spend working and mousing (or just playing and mousing), buy one of these. You will not regret it. 5Takes Some Getting Used ToThe Evoluent mouse is unique to say the least. Which is why I say it takes some time getting used to. Upon first use, my mouse arrow was all over the place and I was clicking mouse buttons when I did not want to. Well, two weeks later and I got most of it under control. Retraining your hand takes time.With that said, it really does help the hand slightly holding the mouse this way. Is it that much better? Only time will tell but so far it feels better. The Evoluent mouse has a DPI button on the bottom to change the resolution to help with the control you can handle. That is a great plus. The downside is that I found it by looking at the mouse as there was nothing mentioned in the documentation. In fact, I am glad I found that because until I reduced the DPI, I had a lot of trouble controlling the mouse.The cons for me are fairly troublesome. First, there are no drivers for Windows 7 available yet and there are no drivers for any OS that is 64 bit. The Evoluent website states "maybe quarter 1 2010". A maybe does not cut it. The mouse works with standard buttons which is fine, but without drivers, you cannot remap the buttons, so you end up with a mouse that you better hope is setup how you would like it out of the box. I really need to remap my buttons. Which brings me to the second con. The back button is the bottom most button for your hand. It is a great challenge at times to not accidentally click that when you go to move the mouse to the left. There is a perfect button to use for that located at the thumb, but with no drivers, that button does nothing. The last con is that there is a level of cheapness to how it feels.I think they are close to a good idea with this mouse, but many are moving to a 64 bit OS, so without drivers, I would not attempt this mouse yet. 3Great product truly helps reduce mouse-related strainThis is not an inexpensive item anywhere you can find it, but if you suffer wrist or hand pain from constant use of a standard mouse, this definitely helps and is well worth the price. I had one ordered for me on a job by an ergonomic-savvy coworker and it helped immensely. So when I left the job, I ordered one for home, and it worked just great, even though it kept falling off of the desk (that would be user error, not a problem with the product). And one day it fell for the umpteenth time, and it no longer worked. So I'd say it took a moderate beating before conking out. The vertical design takes only a few minutes to adjust to, and it really HELPS reduce wrist pain and other stuff that might be unnecessarily lumped under the oft-misapplied umbrella of carpal tunnel syndrome. I probably will buy another one and this time make sure it isn't so prone to falling off the desk. 4The only mouse I'll use for the rest of my life!Note: Calling this a five star product is misleading. See my most recent impressions at the bottom.I cannot praise this mouse enough. I know it looks odd at first, but it is extremely comfortable and easy to use! I can't understand why anyone would use any other mouse.I bought this mouse because my wrists were in extreme pain from repetitive strain. I've been using this mouse for three weeks now, and the pain is getting much better! It works well for general computer usage as well as gaming.I like the ability to program the additional buttons to perform tasks or keyboard shortcuts. The ability to change the DPI (sensitivity) by pressing a button on the bottom is also very convenient for multiple users.I only wish Evoluent had included a carrying case for this mouse, because I always bring it along with me whenever I'm going to go use a friend's computer.Edit (November 23, 2008):While originally the pain did get better, I began to develop new pains soon afterward. I understand now that there is no computer equipment that doesn't place some kind of strain on your body. There is no piece of computer equipment that "cures" RSI. Only moderation, physical therapy, and exposing yourself to as much information as possible through books, websites, and support groups can be of help.This mouse is most likely better than your typical average mouse, but as far as vertical mice go it isn't anything spectacular. I would recommend the Zero Tension Mouse over this mouse because it has a large base to support your hand and reduce strain. I also use the Contour RollerMouse now, and I can work on it without pain for longer than I can on this mouse or even the Zero Tension Mouse. 5It healed me!I have used this mouse since the first ones were offered for sale. I by now have owned several. It is dirt cheap considering how much pain and anguish it has saved me.I use a computer for hours each day, for work and fun, and the conventional mice were causing me pain. It got to the point where my hand and wrist would still hurt even after a full night's rest! A few minutes using a conventional mouse became torture, even if I took a few days off. I feared I would need surgery to correct the problem, or that a complete lifestyle change would be needed.I tried the Evoluent Vertical Mouse in desperation, and was astounded at how much relief it brought me immediately. I instantly could use my computer normally again, and over time my painful condition corrected itself and was healed. I now can comfortably work and play for hours, with no fatigue.I learned how to use it almost instantly. It's not in any way complicated. Programming the buttons and getting used to the set-up is the only thing that might take you a minute or two.I have tried other ergo mice, and they are all in one way or another inferior. This is a high-quality device, and it is very stylish looking, too. For those who say this mouse is not good for small hands, I must retort that I have very small hands and use mine very happily.I prefer the corded version. There is a wireless, and a left-hand model, too.My one complaint: for a long time there were no 64 bit Windows drivers. I got used to the programmable buttons while using XP 32 bit, but when I upgraded to Windows 7 64, I had to use it as a two-button mouse. THIS IS WHY I tried some of the other ergo mice. I am back to using my Evoluent Vertical mouse because it truly is the best one, even as a two-button mouse. BTW I also use it as a two-button mouse in Linux, with no problems. Thank goodness 64 bit drivers are now available!The buttons are easy to press and are quiet, the scroll wheel clicks audibly but it's very quiet. I can rest my entire hand on it with no dragging, and the feet on the bottom make it glide smoothly. It's very precise.I don't know how other people define "gaming mouse", but for me this is the perfect gaming mouse, since I can't play without it. If your long hours of gaming are causing you pain, skip the other "gaming mice" since none of them are truly ergonomic. My hand hurts just looking at some of them. Just get this one and play the way you are used to: it's a true game changer because you won't tire so quickly and you will enjoy yourself more. 5
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