Say Bye to Wrist Pain With These Ergonomic Mice in HK

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Say Bye to Wrist Pain With These Ergonomic Mice in Hong Kong

If you've worked from home since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, then you're no stranger to the long hours working in front of the computer screen, which involve a lot of repetitive movements of the hand and wrist.

To ensure you reduce the stress on your hands and wrists from hours of typing and hovering, you can check out ergonomic mice available on the market to find the right one for your needs. The University of New Hampshire noted a roller mouse or a vertical mouse as possible options for your workstation. If you're interested, here are some places where you can get ergonomic mice in Hong Kong.


iClever TM231G Ergonomic Wireless Vertical Mouse

This ergonomic mouse from iClever is wireless and rechargeable, so you never have to worry about your battery losing juice. It can be used for 70 hours on one single charge, while its vertical design and comfortable grip ensure your hand and wrist do not feel tense as you use the mouse.

The ergonomic mouse itself comes with "side shelves around the lower part of the mouse, the position of the right little finger, and the lower hand rest" so you can rest your hand comfortably. The iClever TM231G is available online on Basco Technology Limited for HK$240.

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse
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For maximum wrist comfort, check out Microsoft's Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse, which retails for HK$319. Its streamlined curves ensure your hand, wrist, and forearm have a natural posture to prevent pain and tension. According to Microsoft, the Sculpt's angle and height were "designed to place [the] wrist in a comfortable position and reduce pressure on [the] carpal tunnel area."

This mouse is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows 7 operating systems, and runs on two AA alkaline batteries.

Logitech's LIFT Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

Another option for you is Logitech's Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse, which is suited for small and medium hands. Retailing at HK$649, this mouse, mostly made of post-consumer recycled plastic, comes in three classic colours, namely graphite, off-white, and rose. It boasts of an optimal 57-degree vertical angle and other features like a SmartWheel, quiet clicks, and multi-device and multi-OS compatibility.

If you purchase the mouse from LogitechClub, you get a free gift in the form of a studio mouse pad. You may have the mouse delivered to your doorstep or pick it up yourself from LogitechClub's multiple locations in Hong Kong.

Anker's AK-98ANWVM-UBA Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

Anker AK-98ANWVM-UBA Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Mouse
Photo by Website/HKTVmall

This black vertical ergonomic mouse from Anker, which currently retails for HK$189 on HKTVmall, is your answer (or replacement) to your clunky, uncomfortable mouse of the moment. Its contoured shape offers good support for your palm and cradles your thumb and pinky finger to prevent wrist pain. The mouse automatically goes into power saving mode when you leave it idle for eight minutes to conserve battery life. It is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8, Vista, XP, Linus, and Mac OS X operating systems.

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