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Can you recommend an ergonomic computer mouse for PC?

Discussion in 'Backline' started by AD Chaos, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. AD Chaos

    AD Chaos MGTOW

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    Hello all

    I'm thinking of getting a new mouse for my PC, already have an Ergo 525 from Genius (much bigger and curvy than a regular one) and a soft pad for resting my wrist, as the standard mouse was starting to cause some serious (and scary) pain to the back of my right hand palm, some two years ago-

    I'm looking for something preferably wireless, but most importantly, as ergonomic as possible. Perhaps alternating between 2 different kinds of mouse would b more beneficial for the hand?

    I'm also looking for a wireless pc keyboard btw- any suggestions?

    Thanks much
     
  2. Scottxx

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    I can recommend you some great mouses. You can look which model seems more ergo to you. I own the model XL-747H from A4tech. They've got great optical and laser mouses at a great price. Wireless ones too.

    http://www.a4tech.com/
    http://www.x7.cn/en/index.asp (A4tech x7 line)
     
  3. AD Chaos

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    Hey, thanks much man

    I don't see much of a difference with some of the Logitech ones..
    The thing I don't like about gamer's mice is the amount of buttons that quite frankly just get in the way
     
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    I really like my Logitech Mx518. Has always felt comfortable in my hand and I've programmed the side buttons to select the smart tool and zoom tool in protools. Makes my editing workflow much faster.
     
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    +1 Got the exact same model, had it since 2006 and it's great.
     
  6. AD Chaos

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    THat's the one I have my eye on- app it ranks as one of the very best

    Great to know it works well with DAW(s?) :)
     
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    Been using that design since 2002. :kickass:
     
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