Less pain in your hand, while you work with your mouse.
Which is the best ergonomic mouse for YOU?
The Best Ergonomic Mouse Guide gives you the answer.
Many people struggle with hand pain from using a computer mouse.
But looking for an ergonomic mouse or alternative device can be tricky.
The problem is two fold:
1. Everyone is different and no two people have exactly the same RSI issues
2. Each ergonomic mouse is designed to deal with a very specific problem
How do you sift through all the reviews, the manufacturers' claims and the counter-claims?
That's where the Best Ergonomic Mouse Guide comes in.
The Guide aims to cut through all the noise and get you the results you want, fast:
Less pain in your hand (or shoulders/neck/back), while you work with your mouse.
In the Best Ergonomic Mouse Guide you will:
- Discover the 4 different types of ergonomic mouse alternative
- Understand the ergonomic strengths and weaknesses of each type
- Get recommendations so you can find the right ergonomic mouse for your specific issues
At last you’ll be able to make a fully informed decision on which device (or devices) will work for you.
Since I’ve done the research already (the hard way!), you’ll drastically cut short the time you might otherwise have had to spend experimenting to find the right one.
Better still, there are two additional FREE bonuses for all Guide purchasers:
The Best Ergonomic Mouse Comparison chart now available!
It takes all the detailed information in the Guide and transforms it into a neatly summarised, all-in-one comparison table.
At a glance, you'll see the pros and cons of each type of ergonomic mouse and how its benefits line up against the others.
Best Ergonomic Mouse Flowchart
Now I've made things even easier and mapped out the major decision points into a simple workflow.
This flowchart takes the hard thinking out of the equation. It's all done for you so you don't have to try to work it all out for yourself.
Don’t let your mouse get the better of you any more!
The small print: While my aim is to give you the best possible information and advice, all products are sold on an "as is" basis. Changing your mouse is just one part of a full ergonomic review or workstation assessment. I can make no guarantees that your RSI will be cured or that you will see a specific level of improvement as a result of following any recommendations. You should always seek professional medical advice.