A comprehensive study of intensive computer users within the US found DXT Ergonomic Mouse improves comfort and accuracy! Over 80% of participants found the patented design of the DXT Mouse more comfortable and accurate than a standard computer mouse and the Evoluent Vertical Mouse.
All Things Ergo: “What a standard mouse should look like” A couple of years ago, I wrote that the Evoluent vertical mouse “is probably what the standard ‘mouse’ should look like.” I have now found another model that I think is even closer to what a standard mouse should look like..
City Ergonomics is pleased to announce the appointment of OPC Ergonomics as a distributor of the DXT Ergonomic Mouse in Australia and New Zealand…
Ergonomic relaxed wrist and hand position. The patented design of the DXT Ergonomic Mouse enables the hand to work from a relaxed position reducing the tension on the soft tissues. In addition the vertical mouse design avoids extreme twisting of the forearm helping to increase comfort. The vertical mouse design may help to reduce such conditions as carpal tunnel syndrome and RSI taking advantage of the ambidextrous feature.
Are accuracy and productivity important to you? If yes, the DXT Mouse should be your ergonomic mouse of choice. Most large ergonomic mice will reduce your accuracy. Research proves the DXT Mouse is more accurate than a standard mouse. The best vertical mouse design should allow for comfort and accurate navigation. The DXT is designed around you and how your hand is designed to function.
The best ergonomic mouse design should allow for right and left hand use. Ambidextrous design allows for right and left hand usage at the press of a button. This unique feature allows the user to spread the mouse usage throughout both right and left hands with the press of a button.
Designed to fit most hand sizes due to its unique design.
Compact vertical mouse design allows for the mouse to be easily portable and used in a number of locations. The DXT’s small foot print allows for usage in most places whether on the train or on a busy desk.
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