New Evoluent C Vertical Mouse

New Evoluent C Vertical Mouse
9th May 2016  •  1 comment  •  Posted in Adapt IT news, Ergonomics, Latest Products News, RSI
Evoluent C Vertical Mouse

Evoluent C Vertical Mouse

We are happy to announce the launch of a new product – The Evoluent C Vertical Mouse, the latest addition to the Evoluent family of ergonomic mice.

Being less rounded, this model is designed to fit the palm more comfortably therefore allowing for a more effortless and efficient computer experience.  The buttons have also been made longer so they’re easier to grip now.  A problem that many people do not seem to anticipate before purchasing a vertical mouse is the amount of pressure being put on their little finger when using the mouse – which could ironically lead to them getting RSI, the thing people are usually trying to combat or prevent in the first place!  Evoluent have very cleverly  increased the ‘lip’ size for the Evoluent C, providing that extra support for the little finger and ensuring comfort for the user.

Unlike many other vertical mice which require you to go into your mice settings, the Evoluent C possesses a pointer speed button, allowing for convenient adjustment of the speed without even having to change your grip on the mouse.  Its mounted LEDs indicate the selected pointer speed so you will know straight away if somebody has changed your settings!  Speaking of settings, the Mouse Manager Software for this mouse is very advanced.  It allows you to customise the primary and secondary functions of each of its 6 buttons (that’s right 6), assigning them different functions such as Button 4 to work as an additional backspace key and much more.  After altering the settings to match your personal preference, you may not even need to move the mouse or touch the keyboard at all when you’re doing certain tasks. The power is in your hands… Literally!

What is a vertical mouse?

Standard Mouse Vs Vertical Mouse

Standard Mouse Vs Vertical Mouse

A vertical mouse is very similar to a standard mouse but simply on its side. Vertical mice often tend to include features which are particularly helpful for people with RSI and arthritic conditions.

The idea is that ideally your hands should be working in a ‘handshake’ position, as opposed to the standard palm towards the ground position.

How can a vertical mouse help me?

Using a vertical mouse can allow you to work in more comfort as it’s a more natural position for the arm.  This is mainly because the forearm is constantly being twisted when using a standard mouse, so when it is positioned in an anatomical rest position it requires decreased muscle use.  Larger muscles of the arm are used when a vertical mouse is moved, rather than the wrist doing a lot of the work which is the case with standard mice.  All of this reduces muscle tension, in effect lowering or reducing the chances of suffering from RSI.

What are the other options?

 

Evoluent 3 Vertical Mouse

Evoluent 3 Vertical Mouse

Evoluent 4 Vertical Mouse

Evoluent 4 Vertical Mouse

DXT2 Precision Mouse

DXT2 Precision Mouse

AirObic Vertical Mouse

AirObic Vertical Mouse

3M Vertical Mouse Optical Pro

3M Vertical Mouse Optical Pro

Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse

Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse

Where can I get one?

The RSI Shop has the Evoluent C Vertical Mouse available to purchase now.  There is also a range of other ergonomic mice such as the ones shown above – the AirObic Vertical Mouse, the DXT2 Precision Mouse and the rest of the Evoluent range. Whether you would like to prevent RSI or just simply improve your levels of comfort whilst working, I’d highly recommend purchasing a vertical mouse.

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