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Adesso Vertical Ergonomic Illuminated Optical 6-Button USB Mouse - Right Hand Orientation (iMouseE1)
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- Ergonomic vertical design
- Back and forward button for convenience
- DPI switch button
- Ice Blue illumination
- Ergonomic Vertical Design: The vertical design provides better support for your forearm minimizing wrist pain that can come from twisting.
- Back & Forward Button for Convenience: Two Internet navigational buttons, back and forward, are conveniently located on the left side of mouse to provide you with Internet browser control with minimal hand movement.
- DPI Switch Button: Quickly and easily adjust DPI resolution (1000/1600 DPI) for a faster response with the convenient DPI Switch located right beside your thumb.
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Ice Blue Illumination
You’ll be proud to show off your fashionable iMouse E1 with the 'ice blue' illumination contrasting against the glossy black case.
Ergonomic Vertical Design
The vertical design provides better support for your forearm minimizing wrist pain that can come from twisting.
Back & Forward Button for Conveniency
Two internet navigational buttons, back and forward, are conveniently located on the left side of mouse to provide you with internet browser control with minimal hand movement.
DPI Switch Button
Quickly and easily adjust DPI resolution for a faster response with the convenient DPI Switch located right beside your thumbs.
Ergonomic Vertical Design
This iMouse E1 Illuminated Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is designed with a vertical orientation and a contoured shape that provides a uniquely comfortable user experience. With this wrist-friendly contour support, you will hold your hand in a healthy 'handshake position' which is the neutral position of your forearm. This feature prevents your forearm from twisting when using this vertical ergonomic mouse. Featuring two ergonomic buttons that are located conveniently on the side of the mouse allowing seamless back and forth browsing. The 1000/1600 switchable DPI control provides two levels of mouse cursor speed that works in different environments. The advanced optical sensor technology keeps the mouse precisely on point and lets you work on most glass, wood, marble and leather surfaces without a mouse pad. Finally, the iMouse E1 is plug and play and requires no drivers. Simply plug into any available USB port and be ready to enjoy a different kind of mouse experience!
- Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
- USB Port
|Illuminated Ergonomic Vertical Mouse||Wireless Ergonomic Vertical Mouse||Ergonomic Vertical Mouse||Wireless Ergonomic Vertical Mouse||Illuminated Left-handed Ergonomic Vertical Mouse||Wireless Left-Handed Vertical Ergonomic Mouse|
|Model||iMouse E1||iMouse E10||iMouse E2||iMouse E20||iMouse E9||iMouse E90|
|Range||30 Ft||30 Ft||30 Ft|
|Ergonomic Hand Orientation||Vertical Right Hand||Vertical Right Hand||Vertical Right Hand||Vertical Right Hand||Vertical Left Hand||Vertical Left Hand|
|Available DPI||800/1200/1600/2400||800/1200/1600||400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200||400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200||800/1200/1600/2400||800/1200/1600|
|Battery||NA||AAA x 2||NA||AAA x 2||NA||AAA x 2|
|Dimension||4.7" x 3.0" x 2.5"||4.7" x 3.0" x 2.5"||5.0" x 2.8" x 2.8"||5.0" x 2.8" x 2.8"||4.7" x 3.0" x 2.5"||4.7" x 3.0" x 2.5"|
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|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB 2.0||USB||USB||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 2.5 x 4.7 in||3.98 x 3.23 x 3.15 in||3 x 2.5 x 4.7 in||4.8 x 2.52 x 2.95 in||4.7 x 3 x 2.5 in||7.9 x 2.2 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces||3.36 ounces||4.8 ounces||3.36 ounces||4.8 ounces||0.5 lb|
|Platform||Windows 8, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows 7, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional||Mac OS X, Linux, Windows Vista, Windows XP||Mac OS X||Mac OS X, DOS, Windows Vista||Windows 8, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows 7, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional||Windows 8, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows XP Home Edition|
This iMouse E1 Illuminated Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is designed with a vertical orientation and a contoured shape that provides a uniquely comfortable user experience. With this wrist-friendly contour support, you will hold your hand in a "handshake position" which is the neutral position of your forearm. This feature prevents your forearm from twisting when using this vertical ergonomic mouse. Featuring two ergonomic buttons that are located conveniently on the side of the mouse allowing seamless back and forth browsing. The 1000/1600 switchable DPI control provides two levels of mouse cursor speed that works in different environments. The advanced optical sensor technology keeps the mouse precisely on point and lets you work on most glass, wood, marble and leather surfaces without a mouse pad. Finally, the iMouse E1 is plug and play and requires no drivers. Simply plug into any available USB port and be ready to enjoy a different kind of mouse experience!
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I have an Evoluent Mouse at work that I like a lot. It has lots of buttons so I can do a lot without moving the mouse around a lot, The software works great on Win XP and Vista, but doesn't work at all on Win 7. I set the properties to run in Win Vista compatibility mode, but no joy. If the S/W worked on Win 7, I would have gotten another Evoluent mouse.
This mouse has the two regular buttons, and a scroll wheel. It also has forward and back buttons, and a DPI button to manually adjust the cursor speed.
The right click button is actually operated by my second finger, which takes a little getting used to, Also, its click action is a little stiffer than I'm used to, so it takes a bit of effort to double click. I'm going to research what I can get clicking the mouse wheel to do. If I can, I'll give it the double click function. Update: No joy there, but Windows allows you to adjust the double click speed.
There are two more buttons. One is to move forward to a web page, and the other is to move back. The functions only work if the arrow in the desired direction is colored. Unfortunately, I think there might be a problem.
This morning, after only a few forward and backward movements with the arrow buttons, the web page got into a mode that I couldn't get out of, except by killing the process. That happened immediately after I pressed an arrow button. (On Win 7). I won't be using the arrow buttons anymore.
I subtracted one star, total, for the stiff buttons, and the problematic arrow buttons to give a total score of 4. I won't buy another of these mice to replace my Evoluent mouse at work when I got to Win 7 there.
I attached a Fellowes mouse wrist glider to it, and its even easier to use. The wrist glider fits better on this mouse than it does the Evoluent mouse, but I still have it taped to this mouse.
Update. Its awkward to use the forward and back buttons, probably because of my bear paws, but the browser hasn't stuck since. I'm still leaving it at 4 stars, though.
However, I will replace this mouse. I bought a good 'cheapie' to test whether this form factor is for me. It is, so the mouse has satisfied my primary purpose for it, but I find that the strength required to click the buttons or scroll wheel (for opening links in new browser tabs or closing tabs, for example) is such that I need to squeeze the rest of the mouse to keep it steady whilst clicking. This flies in the face of its ergonomic design.
Short version: if the buttons were easier to click, this mouse would be a total winner. With stiff/difficult to click buttons, this iteration of the "ergo-friendly" design is good for proof of concept only.
Now - this moused WILL take some adjustment to get used to the shape. When you reach for it after taking your hand off the keyboard, expect to knock the mouse off the desk a few (hundred) times! LOL... I did this countless times before I trained myself to lift my hand up a little higher before switching back to the mouse.
My employer supplied me with the Evoluent vertical mouse and this one is FAR better for me. I have extremely long/skinny fingers and the Evoluent is intended for somebody with shorter fingers. The shape of this mouse is certainly accommodating for longer fingers.
The perceived build quality is OK. Glossy plastic and fairly lightweight. Like I mentioned, I have knocked this off the desk many times with no problems. I say "perceived" build quality, because it appears to be kinna cheap and flimsy, but I have torture tested this for 6 months and I haven't had an problems with reliability. Zero!
The DPI is about what you would expect with a OEM supplied mouse. Nothing amazing, but high enough DPI to do all but the most precise tasks.
Choosing 5 stars because this has saved me months and months of pain, didn't cost much, has been perfectly reliable, and I think the design is accommodating to a wide range of hand sizes. The blue LED on the side is a cool design touch.
I would buy a lifetime supply if they ever go off the market for some reason!
i didn't have much of a problem but others have told me they didn't like it just because it isn't the standard shape.
i got this to use at work and the reason i didn't have much of an adjustment period is likely because at home i've got a zalman fpsgun mouse which is also vertical. that said, this one feels a bit nicer since the zalman places the right and left buttons like triggers on a gun so while using it your hands are always much more curled. this one is a much more relaxed finger position.