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Wireless vertical ergonomic optical SB© USB mouse / vertical model | Wireless 2.4G | ergonomic design – prevention against mouse arm/tennis arm (RSI syndrome) – particularly arm-friendly | wireless | 5 buttons

Wireless vertical ergonomic optical SB© USB mouse / vertical model | Wireless 2.4G | ergonomic design - prevention against mouse arm/tennis arm (RSI syndrome) - particularly arm-friendly | wireless | 5 buttons
Ergonomic work made easy – Minimise health stresses when working on the computer
for a long time!

The vertical design of the TM137U enables a neutral hold and provides high
comfort. In this way, your arm is held in an unturned, neutral position when working
on a PC or laptop and is not forced into a distorted position as it would be when
working with a conventional mouse.

Simply try give it a go:

Place your arms in a relaxed position on the table and note the natural position of
your hand – the hand surfaces face each other just as when you shake hands with each
someone.

This is the same position that this vertical mouse holds your arm in:

Just like with handshaking, your arm remains in a relaxed position. Your hand is also
supported by the ergonomic design and the anti-slip surface of the mouse. The SB© USB
mouse has a right and left mouse button, both a forward / backwards button for
comfortable surfing the internet and a dpi selection switch, with which the sampling
rates can be switched from 1000-1600 dpi
during operation. Due to an optical sensor
the vertical SB© USB mouse can be used on almost all surfaces with the highest precision.

Product summary:

• CSL TM137U / ergonomic SB© USB mouse / vertical design
• particularly arm-friendly for preventing mouse arm/tennis elbow (RSI syndrome)
• SB© USB 2.0 / optical sensor / sampling rates 1000 – 1600dpi (freely selectable)
• precise operation thanks to 1600dpi support
• 5 buttons & scroll wheel / left & right mouse button / forward & backward button
• perfectly suitable for long periods of use on laptop/PC
• operates on nearly every surface with a high degree of precision

  • CSL TM137U | optical SB© USB mouse | vertical design | particularly arm-friendly
  • SB© USB 2.0 | optical sensor | high sensitivity in comparison with other conventional optical mice/ Sampling rates 1000 – 1600dpi (freely selectable with dpi selection switch) / precise operation on nearly every surface
  • 5 buttons & scroll wheel | left & right mouse buttons | Forwards & backwards button optimally provides remarkable comfort while surfing the internet | easy to operate buttons and scroll wheel
  • Prevent possible mouse arm or tennis elbow (RSI syndrome) | the right choice for internet surfers as well as for people who work long periods on the computer every day
  • improved handling compared with conventional mice | colour: black for Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / Windows 8.1 (32- und 64-Bit) / Windows 10 (32- und 64-Bit), MacOS and Linux

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3 Responses to Wireless vertical ergonomic optical SB© USB mouse / vertical model | Wireless 2.4G | ergonomic design – prevention against mouse arm/tennis arm (RSI syndrome) – particularly arm-friendly | wireless | 5 buttons

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    5 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Wireless vertical ergonomic optical USB mouse / vertical model | Wireless 2.4G | ergonomic design – prevention against mouse arm/tennis arm (RSI syndrome) – particularly arm-friendly | wireless | 5 buttons (Electronics)

    This is the “white label” version of this particular mouse, Anker also sell it on Amazon but at the time it was cheaper to get this unbranded version than pay to let Anker stamp their name obtrusively on the side! Excellent, but price-check the two in case it’s different now.

    After spending a long time pondering just the right mouse, and almost plumping for one of Logitech’s top end MX mice, I’d heard good things about ergonomic mice and for maybe 1/6th of the price of an MX it seemed at least worth a try.

    I use a mouse all day every day, sometimes feeling the pain sometimes in the past, and this has, touch wood, cured it. In the initial few days it caused a new strain in my shoulder, of all places, but quickly disappeared never to return. After the initial awkwardness of change I no longer even notice and have no intention of going back.

    I miss little about fancier features and it’s smart enough – frankly, smarter – to look nice left out on a home desk. I sent it flying across the room a couple of times when new, forgetting to give extra clearance to hand movement, but also was never thought about again. I also like the fact it turns off automatically to be re-awakened with a click, I often used to accidentally wake my computer by knocking the mouse. Not any more!

    I use it for games and have noticed no issues at all, in fact the curve makes it easier to lift off the desk than a flat mouse.

    The only feature it didn’t tick when purchasing was silent buttons. They are what I would describe as “old-school”. Not noisy, not quiet. I would still like silent buttons really, but unless your keyboard is also silent it would be redundant. I feel silly talking about quiet buttons as I sit here to the far louder clatter of typing.

    However, there is one really big problem with this mouse.

    I’ve attached a photo of my hand on the mouse, plus the stock photo equivalents from both Anker and CCL. As you can see, there’s a profound difference between where my thumb rests versus the presumably substantially diminutive photo model’s hands. That’s an old trick, but deliberate trick or not, it means the nearest thumb button is completely unusable for me and by I certainly do not have large hands.

    I got around this by using the X-Mouse Button Control software on Windows to flip the functionality of the back/forward buttons, since forward is almost never used even though I use the internet for much of the day, and I’m happy enough to have to shift my hand completely to press the other button on those rare occasions.

    That is the only reason I can think of not to give this mouse a go, even if you were looking for something pricey. If it doesn’t pan out you haven’t lost too much, and another nice aspect of cheap mice is having a spare. Surprisingly stranding when you don’t.

    UPDATE MAY 2017: 6 months on, having used this mouse exclusively, my opinion has not changed.

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    5 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Wireless vertical ergonomic optical USB mouse / vertical model | Wireless 2.4G | ergonomic design – prevention against mouse arm/tennis arm (RSI syndrome) – particularly arm-friendly | wireless | 5 buttons (Electronics)

    Having recently been diagnosed with tennis elbow I bought this item to use whilst at work (desk job) and having only had for a few days I can feel it is taking the strain of my painful elbow/wrist. I took to the alternative mouse scrolling and L/R click angle in 20 mins. This is a great item and allows your hand to sit in a much more natural position. Fantastic price too – much cheaper than the others I saw on the web.

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    5 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Wireless vertical ergonomic optical USB mouse / vertical model | Wireless 2.4G | ergonomic design – prevention against mouse arm/tennis arm (RSI syndrome) – particularly arm-friendly | wireless | 5 buttons (Electronics)

    Just what I needed. Easy to get used to . I was expecting it to be hard to use or get used to, but it was quite easy. Your arm is kept from twisting sideways as with normal mice. arm stays palm facing the left(if you’re right handed). It is for right handed only. I think it would suit any sized hand too, mine are quite small adult but it suits. The dongle fits easy into the laptop,. The cover of that actually snapped off a month or so after. No probs to the mice though it didn’t affect it’s workability. I just put some glue on the plastic and glued it on, still working as I said.
    I hadRSI and alot of arm probs in the past, don’t want to encourage them to return. This is a good solution.

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