Evoluent VerticalMouse 4 Left
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Evoluent is family of a uniquely-shaped mouse. And VM4L represents the family well: it carries a somewhat a “weird” design. But don’t let that misled you: the “weird” shape of the Evoluent mouse is designed for ergonomics. The patented shape of VM4L will support your left hand in an upright neutral position. This way, you’ll avoid getting a carpal tunnel syndrome, a common injury caused by unnatural hand positioning. If you want to switch to an ergonomic mouse, the Evoluent VerticalMouse 4 Left is a perfect choice.
Hand Info: Left; at least 7 inches or 178 mm long
Wired or Wireless: Wired (6.6-ft cord with USB connector)
Resolution: Variable, from 800 to 2600 dpi
Buttons: 6 programmable buttons
Convenient and ergonomic design; the shape is molded for uncompromised comfort.
6 programmable buttons for more versatility and additional functionality.
No need to change grip to access the pointer speed buttons (extra low, low, medium, and high); LED indicates the current pointer speed.
An improved thumb rest and an extended flange to prevent pinky from rubbing the desk.
Powerful yet easy-to- use software driver; compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Ideal for hand length of at least 7 inches or 178 mm (from top of middle finger to the wrist crease).
Made from 30% recycled plastics.
I had purchased one of these several years ago. I purchased the 22 inch ball bearing track and the platform. I like being able to switch the mouse from left to right to avoid repetitive stress injury. The design hasnt changed much at all. it is sturdy (and heavy). Compared to the old one the the front to back track moves smoothly, but raising/lowering the tray takes more force than it should. and rotation takes way too much force. I don't use this feature, but if i did it would be a deal-breaker. Easy removal of the wrist support is helpful as I have an ergonomic keyboard with an integrated wrist support.
I'm a web application programmer and a Kinesis user for more than 10 years. I'm now working at home and my Kinesis Classic is still at my locked down office. After three months working on a regular keyboard my wrist RSI was flaring up for the first time in years. So, a brand new Advantage KB600 for working at home.
I had accustomed myself to the contoured KB years ago and it's great having my old favorite back again. I had actually worn out several keys on the old mode 133 (with the ps/2 adapter only) at about the 8 year mark and Kinesis refurbished it at a reasonable cost. It's still working great. These things are work horses, it may be the last keyboard you will ever need. Worth every penny.
very solid with no wobble. love that its modular so I can mix parts from other ones of the series to expand it.
Five stars to Jestik for business, four stars for the keyboard.
I have liked the keyboard so far. This is my first ergonomic and mechanical keyboard, so I am not really sure what to expect.
It has been two weeks since I am using this keyboard, so still have to get used to it a bit.
some keys in thumb clusters are a bit hard to reach, and so are some other keys too.
The build-quality and overall keyboard functionality are very good. will hopefully update my review later.
Fast response. Nice product