Most people you ask would probably say a mouse is a mouse, right? It has several buttons and the ability to scroll through pages – it’s basic function is to let you, the user, interact with things on screen. That is its purpose after all. But what happens when its basic purpose starts to cause you pain? I’m referring to RSI (or Repetitive Strain Injury), and it can be a real pain, literally. As someone who has personally suffered from RSI, I can assure you that it can be incredibly frustrating to deal with, especially if you work on a computer the entire time as many of us do. Luckily there is now a perfect solution, in the form of the Penclic Bluetooth Mouse B by Posturite.
The Penclic Mouse is small, lightweight, and has all the buttons and features that you would expect from a normal mouse. Now it can take a little getting used to, and at first it may seem uncomfortable, but after that initial stage it quickly becomes just as smooth and fast as a regular mouse. True to the Penclic name, the B2 Mouse puts the functionality of a mouse into an innovative swiveling pen. The pen swings freely on a gliding base, letting you swipe with or without a mousepad. This allows users to be more precise which leads to better results in less time, but without the fear of RSI!
The Penclic Mouse functions through Bluetooth, is easy to set up, and operates on almost any surface without any pad or tablet, and is specifically designed to combat RSI. The mouse Implements a 5-button and a scroll wheel – the left click, right click and middle click are on the pen’s right side, and the left side features the backward click and forward click. It sounds strange, but it quickly becomes second nature to use.
The Penclic Mouse is designed for those who suffer with RSI, and it serves it’s purpose beautifully. Simply the best anti-RSI device out there!
The Penclic Mouse is on sale for only £79.98 (inc VAT), and you can find out more information about it HERE.
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