Daily Deal: Wireless Vertical Computer Mouse

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Take care of your wrist when you’re using a computer all day. With its scientific, ergonomic design, the $18 Wireless Vertical Computer Mouse encourages healthy, neutral wrist and arm positions for smoother mouse movement and less body strain. The 800/1200/1600 DPI resolution optical tracking technology provides more sensitivity than the standard optical mouse for smooth and precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces. Plus, the added next/previous buttons offer extra convenience when browsing the web.

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Not this particular version but I have used a vertical mouse in the past. Once you get used to using them, the vertical nature of your hand while using it is much more comfortable than a standard mouse. Feels much better especially when compared to a standard mouse that comes bundled with a computer.

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