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Geek Gear: Ergonomic Mouse

About a week ago I asked you readers to help me find an ergonomic mouse that's both hand and eye friendly. My mom uses a simple mouse she bought with her laptop and is constantly bugging me about finding her a better option.

dali137 bookmarked this Logitech TrackMan Wheel, which seems to be a favorite among computer users seeking an ergonomic balance. "I use ONLY this mouse, I own one for home and one for travel with my powerbook," says dali137. "I can just lay back on the couch and prop the mouse on a pillow and geek away. It also comes in a cordless model as well as other configs of the trackball idea."

For another ergonomic mouse idea,

cravinsugar has a couple great finds, including the Adesso SmartCat Pro USB Glidepoint Touchpad. Priced at $79.95, the Smart Cat Pro is all about comfort and control. It features one-touch scroll and zoom, and distinctive sounds for each operation.

You can check out all the bookmarked ergonomic mice on TeamSugar.

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G-man G-man 8 years
i got this mouse for my dad and its pretty cool
Beanalby Beanalby 8 years
The best pointing device I've EVER used BY FAR has been my Microsoft Trackball Explorer. I SWEAR by that thing. People laugh at me when I play Quake and Unreal Tournament with a trackball, until I completely smoke them. Unfortunately Microsoft discontinued them so they're like $150 now. :( Personally I can't stand thumb-driven trackballs like the one from the article; I find them too sensitive & not sensitive enough at the same time. I like big trackballs that I can get 3 fingers on. It looks like logitech has a big trackball now, might have to try that when my current Microsoft Explorer Trackball bites the dust.,CRID=2150,CONTENTID=5006
jhuck jhuck 8 years
I remember when the track balls were in computers before the invention of the mouse came along. I would always just spin the thing like crazy in pixelated paint programs. I want one just for the childhood memories :)
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