Sharkk Wireless Mouse Ergonomic Mouse 2.4G Vertical Mouse High Precision Optical Mice with 5 Buttons
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- REDUCE TENSION - The Sharkk vertical ergonomic mouse is designed to allow for natural hand positioning and ultimate comfort. It eases tension on the wrist and hand for right-handed users.
- ADJUSTABLE DPI – The adjustable DPI allows you change the sensitivity of the mouse’s pointer speed (800 / 1200 / 1600). You can make it slower for things that require precision like color correcting and photo edits or make it faster for browsing.
- COMPATIBILITY – This comfortable ergonomic mouse is compatible with Mac OS X, Linux and all versions of Windows. This mouse features a plug & play nano receiver that you plug into the USB port of your laptop or computer for connectivity.
- 2.4 GHz & AUTO-SLEEP FUNCTION – The Sharkk vertical mouse has an auto-sleep function that conserves power and extends battery life. The integrated 2.4GHz RF wireless technology allows this mouse to work seamlessly for your computer or laptop.
- FEATURES – You can browse web pages faster with the added next/previous buttons located on the side of the mouse. There is also an auto-sleep feature that conserves power and extends product life.
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In an innovative and progressive world, it's quite common for one to spend immeasurable periods of time throughout the day interacting with cutting-edge technology in its numerous forms. Yet with all of the apparent gains of modern advancement, there's an extensive list of unfavorable impacts as well.
One of the more serious impacts is strain to the wrist and forearm caused by usage of the common computer mouse which requires one to rotate their forearm from its neutral "handshake" position to a twisted, harmful and uncomfortable position. Introducing the Ergonomic Vertical Wireless Mouse by Sharkk, it's design is scientifically proven to reduce your muscle strain and enhance your comfort by allowing the wrist and arm to remain in their natural position.
This mouse will surely reduce your pain and strain associated with those many office-work hours! With this brilliant one piece ergonomic solution, never again will you fret over a wireless mouse, whose USB port adapter can be easily misplaced.
Do away with the time wasted over the constant quest for appropriate batteries, and experience how swiftly, how reassuringly, this Ergonomic Vertical Wired Mouse can transform your world!.
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* It DOES NOT provide support for wrist's pisiform bone. This part of the hand (pisiform bone area) lays on the desk and your hand will be rubbing on the desk, in my case, it is very uncomfortable (see picture). I had another brand and model that provided such support.
* PgUp and PgDw keys should be located one above and one below thumb for more natural usage. On the other brand vertical mouse, PgUp and PgDw keys were located one above and one below thumb for better use on natural thumb movement.
Base on this, I do not recommend to buy this product unless they change design
1. it's ergonomically designed and keeps my wrist from hurting.
2. large enough for the bigger hand
3. it's very responsive
4. see con as far smooth material
1. this is good and bad thing. the material is extremely smooth and comfortable. The negative is that you have to press harder harder to hold it. It's so smooth it's almost slick. I took a knife and dug some ridges at the thumb and forefinger area. It's much easier to control. However, I'm sure I voided my return option.
2. the Bluetooth doesn't always reconnect after it's been setting a while. I've had to turn it off and back on for it to connect. It hasn't lost connections while actively using it.
3. you program the buttons. I like a mute button at my thumb.
Overall it seems to be a good option and I would recommend it.
1/29 small update - I found a small 3rd party app that has allowed me to customize the buttons -- makes it a little more usable
The Sharkk came decently packaged with the batteries in-tow & ready to be connected (via the USB plug). No problems there.
It does take a little adjustment after you've become so used to usual mouses. But you'll adjust and probably not look back.
My point is, this little guy actually does improve your right hand after extended. That being said, if you're left-handed you're (once again) ^uc%ed. Sorry to my left-handed friends, but I guess the world will only ever spin at it's usual rate, right?
BUT, this unit is actually somewhat of a game-changer in that for those of us that spend a lot (read: A TON) of time with their right hand glued to the mouse, this thing is like a 9-iron for those accustomed to only woods & putters. God, I promised myself that I would only use Golf-references in relation to Mid. East affairs or VW reviews. Oh well, new year, new low. Right?
Blurgh! Yes, this mouse is worth getting, especially if you spend a lot of time on the computer each day. And even if you don't, it's still not a loss. Once you actually start using this thing, after a few weeks you're gonna be surprised at how "relaxed" your righty is gonna feel versus before. And hey, if it just doesn't work for ya, it's what, $15? Give it a shot, big slinger.
Regarding this particular mouse:
- Not flimsy at all but would be better if it weighed a little more.
- The surface has a nice feel. Some might find it slippery.
- BUG: When absent for a long time, Windows 10 logs me out. When I log in again, the mouse must be turned off/on to work.
- Impressed that Sharkk really wants to know if I like it and encouraged me to post my comments good or bad. One of my favorite vendors.
The SHARKK has a nice feel to the grip. Still kind of getting used to it, but I liked it enough on my work laptop that I ordered one for my personal laptop. I think once I've had it for a bit and get used to the button placement, I might actually like the shape of the grip better on the SHARKK. My only slight niggle is that (at least on the work laptop) it seems like it goes to sleep if you walk away for a bit. It doesn't come back on when you move it, but it does if you click a button. Now that's a small complaint and I'm getting used to it.
If you are considering a vertical mouse, it's probably because you've had pain and difficulty with a standard mouse. I've been using the Evoluent long enough that I can tell you that in general it is a more comfortable position, and the SHARKK puts your hand in pretty much the same angle. I think they help a lot and I spend a lot of time on the computer and play guitar as well, so I need to do everything I can to preserve my hands. Highly recommended and I don't think you can beat the value of the SHARKK.