Computer mice whether basic or advanced, with several buttons, for video games, with high sensitivity, wired or wireless, they tend not to be suitable for people who suffer from wrist pain; mice can even cause wrist discomfort. However, there are many users of computer equipment who have what is called carpal tunnel syndrome. Whether it is after a fall, a car accident, a sport accident, too much use of the wrist (manual work, DIY, etc.), there are many ways to damage the median nerve.
Nowadays, technology has evolved to be able to adapt and offer solutions to people with disabilities or those who wish to prevent tendonitis. One of the most popular mice right now is the TeckNet vertical ergonomic mouse. This mouse is wireless, with a resolution of 2000 dots per inch, six buttons. The battery life is 18 months.
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