|Brand Name||Contour Design|
|Item model number||Unimouse-WL|
|Item Weight||419 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 2.2 x 3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.69 x 2.2 x 2.99 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
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- Wireless (2.4Ghz wireless technology), Wired
- Lithium-ion Polymer (LIP) rechargeable battery, 470mAh
- Pixart PMW3330, IR Sensor
- Plug and Play. Optional driver for macro programming and button customization.
- PC, Mac
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|Connectivity Technology||—||—||—||—||Wireless, USB||USB|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB 3.0, USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB||USB||USB||USB|
|Item Dimensions||2.2 x 4.69 x 2.99 in||3.23 x 3.98 x 3.15 in||2.43 x 4.87 x 2.67 in||3.1 x 4.5 x 2 in||3.54 x 4.84 x 2.87 in||4 x 8 x 2 in|
|Item Weight||418.88 lbs||3.36 ounces||3.6 ounces||3.2 ounces||—||0.57 lb|
|Platform||Mac||Mac OS X, Windows XP, Linux, Windows Vista||Windows XP, Linux, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 2000 Server||Windows XP, Linux, DOS, Windows, Windows 7||Windows XP, Linux, Windows Vista, Windows||—|
Posture variation is the cornerstone of ergonomics, which is why we designed Unimouse so that you can explore its 4 friction-based points of articulation to find your own unique comfort. Effortlessly switch postures on the fly and engage different muscles and tendons while avoiding fixed, static positions.
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- The macOS driver is in beta. Setting the speed of the scroll wheel? Not possible. I hope that’s a beta thing and this funtionality will be added.
- Before I installed the driver I could not configure the buttons but I could scroll horizontally by holding down the Shift key and then using the scroll wheel. Once the driver is installed, horizontal scrolling goes byebye.
- The biggest issue is/are the 3 main buttons. The plastic is very thin, it makes the whole thing feel like a $2 discount bin mouse. Really undortunate because even though very light weight, the rest of the mouse does not feel that cheap.
Which brings me to the biggest problem:
- The cheap buttons are LOUD! So much louder than the Mighty Mouse and Magic Mouse I used prior to this. It adds to the cheap feeling. I actually have to switch back to my Mighty Mouse after my wife and kid go to bed because the loud clicking noise wakes them up!
For an $89 (wired) mouse, I expected a gentle or muffled click like the more high end mice have, not this.
I love the feeling of this mouse but if I can’t use it at night because it’s too loud, or if I have to use my old mouse when I have to do lots of horizontal scrolling... this mouse will unfortunately be returned within the return period.
Oddly, the 'double click' button registers as a scroll wheel click and I was unable to find any drivers on Contour's website to correct this. In my case this is fine as middle click is still useful enough but I would have preferred that the button perform the function it was advertised with.
For reference my right palm is 3.75" wide (this measurement was updated 4-Jan-2017 to reflect a more common measurement location for hand size)
[2 Week Update] After 2 weeks of daily use at the office, I can say that for someone with hands my size there is nothing ergonomic about this mouse. My hand is forced into a narrow 'pinching' between the pinky and thumb, combine this with the too-narrow sized for a five finger grip (on a standard mouse I would grip between thumb and ring finger) and you have a terrible product for users with wide hands.
It is a little too soon to tell, but after to spending more than 1K on the ultimate gaming mice, ergo mice, and even other contour products, this one may actually be what I am looking for. It feels more like a mouse than a typical vertical mouse and it is adjustable too. So far, I really like it as I am not trying to change my learned mouse behavior, just changing the posture a little.
1) My wife has smaller hands and she felt it was large for her.
2) This won't makeup for poor desk position, posture or lack of a wrist rest.
I think it may be a great addition to an ergonomic setup for power users.
I may change this review as time goes by if it does live up to it.
I may have gotten a bad unit. The scroll wheel doesn't consistently move in increments. It has detents, but they aren't deep enough to ensure reliably scrolling. Didn't bother me at all for basic web page scrolling, but did for paging through a PDF, where it would sometimes skip over a page. Scrolling down usually works fine, but scrolling up is less consistent (and the detents can't be felt as much on the way up).
The thumb adjustability is nice. For the main body of the mouse, I ended up liking about 45°.
There's a driver in beta. Can't swap button functionality yet though (it's there, but doesn't work). Right-click is defaulted to the far-right button, which is where the ring finger rests.
With a little tighter manufacturing control and some driver updates, I think this mouse has good potential.
This mouse is very good at customized positions for hand angle, thumb position adjustments, etc. The amount of effort to put the mouse into a new position is just about perfect. Stiff enough to hold that position but flexible enough to allow easy adjustment.
CON: The two buttons on the left side of the mouse, commonly used for back and forward in internet browsing, are too far back for me to use unless I cramp my thumb uncomfortably. I took one star away for this because I use this button a lot to go back while browsing the web.
Note: this is a THREE button mouse. That may take some getting used to. I use my ring finger to right click with this mouse, not my middle finger like on two button mice. Not bad but different.