Helping Hands: 4 Best Ergonomic Mice for Office Workers

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* The modern mouse has come a long way since it was invented in 1964 
* Comfort, design and quality are all important factors
* Wireless connectivity and ease of use should also be considered

From humble beginnings as a big block of wood with two wheels to a range of different looks and designs, your mouse is an integral part of your network, which is why it’s so important to find the right fit. 

If you spend a lot of time staring at your screen (and who doesn’t?), then check out these four extra comfy, ergonomic mice.

Diana Austrich
3 months
While the Sharkk is wonderful as a mouse, the company's customer service is totally the opposite. Their...

Diana Austrich
3 months
While the Sharkk is wonderful as a mouse, the company’s customer service is totally the opposite. Their…

1. Sharkk Wireless Mouse Ergonomic Mouse

This wireless mouse was built with convenience in mind. In fact, the sleek, upward build was made to help relieve tension over prolonged use. Mix that with the Sharkk’s unique time-sensitive technology (and yes, shark-like look), and you have a mouse that’s both easy to use and highly efficient.

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2. J-Tech Digital Scroll Endurance Wired Mouse

Looking vaguely more like a joystick than a traditional mouse, the the J-Tech Digital Scroll offers an extra comfy vertical design and a three-mode DPI shift to help configure how fast (or slow) you want to make your mouse’s movement. Couple that with a great lifetime guarantee, and you have yourself one extremely sturdy mouse.

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3. Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse

This ambidextrous mouse offers something for everyone. With a fingertip-based trackball and convenient forward and back buttons, the Trackman is designed to help you scroll without ever having to move your wrist, thereby keeping your hands more comfortable for longer periods of time.

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4. EV Wireless Ergonomic Vertical Mouse

This rechargeable mouse provides six separate buttons and plenty of wrist support to help users click easier for longer. Featuring a highly adjustable laser sensor and a stellar seven-color display, the EV mouse is easy on the eyes and even easier on the hands.

EV Wireless MouseImage courtesy of Amazon

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