|Item model number||AK-98ANWVM-BA|
|Item Weight||3.36 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 2.5 x 2.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.72 x 2.47 x 2.94 inches|
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Anker Ergonomic Optical USB Wired Vertical Mouse 1000/1600 DPI, 5 Buttons CE100
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- Scientific ergonomic design encourages healthy neutral "handshake" wrist and arm positions for smoother movement and less overall strain.
- 1000/1600 DPI Resolution Optical Tracking Technology provides more sensitivity than standard optical mice for smooth and precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
- Added next/previous buttons provide convenience when webpage browsing; the superior choice for internet surfers, gamers and people who work at length at the computer.
- 1.5m/4.9ft USB cable length, product dimensions: 120*62.8*74.8 mm; product weight: 5.3 oz.
- Package includes: 1 Anker Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse (with 4.9 ft cable), 1 instruction manual. Includes 18 month warranty and lifetime technical support guarantee.
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From the manufacturer
Comfortable and classy.
Tired of using the traditional grip? Take a break from overly-clunky or uncomfortably tiny mice. The ergonomically-designed thumb rests and grips fit the contour of your palm for maximum comfort.
Sleek and Sexy.
Turn heads with a futuristic design. Made for increased functionality and comfort, this mouse combines a handshake grip with a easy-access buttons and two levels of mouse sensitivity for improved tracking.
Five buttons give you improved control over your computer's systems. Whether dragging and dropping, selecting large volumes of data, or casually gaming, this mouse provides a low-cost, effective solution for multiple computing needs.
Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP / 2000
Mac OS X (The two thumb buttons are not recognized on the Mac OS X.)
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|Color||Black||Black||Black||Wired - Black|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||USB 2.0||USB||USB|
|Item Dimensions||2.47 x 4.72 x 2.94 in||3.23 x 3.98 x 3.15 in||2.43 x 4.87 x 2.67 in||2.3 x 4.1 x 2.7 in|
|Item Weight||3.36 ounces||3.36 ounces||5.54 ounces||2.82 ounces|
|Platform||Mac OS X, Windows Vista||Mac OS X, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Linux||Windows XP, Linux, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 2000 Server||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Linux, Windows 2000 Server|
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Fairly comfortable (though too light, which makes it tend to tip), relieves worst of carpel tunnel, decent texture and scrolling when new. But after having it for a year:
-the scroll is not always responding;
-it takes 30 sec - 1 min to start working after computer sleeps (never had this with any other USB mouse);
-the light on the side is cutting, often flickering;
-the Anker badge is bubbling.
In short, it's poorly made. I'll spring for a better mouse next time.
UPDATE: Apparently, this mouse comes with an 18 month warranty. (I suppose I should have known that.) Manufacturer kindly reached out to me and sent me a replacement. This replacement, so far (about a month), does not display any of the four defects enumerated above. Time will tell how it lasts.
There have been a couple of changes that are noteworthy:
-The light on the side is no longer blue but red. (For me, I'd just assume not have a light, since, as with similar devices, it stays on when your computer is off so long as it's powered -- meaning, bright lights in the room at night.)
-The plastic on the body has a slightly different feel: somewhat softer to touch. I prefer this feel to the previous, and I wonder whether (hope that) it will be more resilient.
-The scroll has slightly less resistance as well.
If, as the manufacturer claims, the prior device was defective and this replacement will last better, then this seems like a great, inexpensive handshake mouse (worthy of a higher ranking). I'll update this review after some time accordingly.
As a drafter using CAD sofware all day long every day, I get intense pain in my wrist on occasion. I am actually still using the same mouse that came with my company issued Dell desktop about 12 years ago. Of couse the computer has been replaced several times with newer machines but the new mice that came with them were always too small for my hand and never felt right. So I just kept using "ol' reliable." A co-worker of mine has the Anker mouse and likes it and it seemed like a quite an intriguing idea - the vertical mouse. So at $15 I figured I had nothing to lose but my wrist pain. Upon arrival, I took it to work, tossed the old Dell aside, and plugged it in. Drivers loaded instantly and I began to work with it. After getting over the initially awkward feeling, I was quickly impressed. It fit my hand like a glove, and became very intuitive. My one and only complant though became obvious rather quickly. There is a significant of amount of pressure required to press down on the scroll wheel when panning in a drawing. This is a major problem for me as I am constantly zooming and panning. After a day and a half of use, my wrist pain began to surface again so I went back to the old Dell and the pain has gone away. Initially I thought the problem could simply be that the button seems harder to press since the vertical orientation requires the user to squeeze rather than simply pressing down against the resistance of the desk. I do believe this could be a contributing factor that makes it worse, but I did confirm there is a big difference between the two mice in the resistance of the scroll wheel. Perhaps the old Dell is so worn out that the button presses easier than it used to. But the bottom line is that the Anker causes pain that could easily be eliminated by reducing that tension on the scroll wheel. I intend to keep using the Anker intermittantly in hopes that it will break in and require less pressure. By the way, the detents on the scroll wheel are great. There are definite postive notches that allow for precise yet effortless scrolling and zooming. The problem arises when panning. I will try to update this review as I use it more. Otherwise it's a very good and comfortable mouse.
UPDATE: A few days after posting this review, I got an email from Anker customer support asking if I would like them to send me their wireless model which has a different scroll wheel that is easier to press. I was very surprised to receive such an email as I never contacted Anker directly. I just wrote this review. Well Anker customer service must read these reviews and follow up with people who are less than satisfied. Impressive! Having nothing to lose, I agreed to have them send me the wireless model but I was skeptical it would be any different. It arrived in a few days and I immediately took it to work and began using it. Again, the drivers instantly loaded when I plugged in the USB stick and turned on the power. Right away I noticed a difference. I have been using it all day long for a full week now and have no wrist pain yet! The wireless model is in fact different in design. It is sleeker and scroll wheel is easier to click. I didn't measure it, but it does feel just the slightest bit smaller in my hand but that has not caused me any problems yet. Bottom line is the wireless version is much better than the corded version. And Anker customer service is first rate!! Thanks Anker!
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i didnt like using them at first but got used to them quickly.