Evoluent VM4L Vertical Mouse 4 Left - Wired
Features of Evoluent VM4L VerticalMouse (The images below are of the right hand model)
Comfortable and Easy to use
The shape is thoughtfully sculpted for uncompromised comfort and easy-to-reach programmable buttons. No finger contortions are needed to operate the buttons.
Improved Thumb Rest
The thumb rest has been reshaped to provide even more comfort over earlier versions.
Now Two Thumb Buttons
A new bottom thumb thumb button provides greatly extended functionality when used with the included driver.
Extended Lip prevents rubbing
An extra wide lip along the button edge prevents the last finger from rubbing the desk.
Adjustable Laser Sensor
Pointer speed controls on the side allow convenient adjustment without even releasing your grip from the mouse.
Pointed Speed Indicators
Top mounted LEDs show through the chrome thumb rest to indicate selected pointer speed including extra low (XL), low (LO), MD (medium), to high (HI).
Lighted Evoluent Logo
The logo is pure eye candy. The illumination turns off when the system is in sleep mode to conserve notebook battery power.
Powerful and Intuitive Driver
Evoluent Mouse Manager for Windows provides extensive but easy to use functionality for 6 buttons through a simple and intuitive interface.
Avoids forearm twisting for comfort and good health. The patented shape supports your hand in an upright neutral posture that generally avoids forearm twisting. Many users, including medical doctors, ergonomists and physical therapists, said the Evoluent VerticalMouse provides superior comfort and even relieved their wrist pain.
Important Note: Touching the Evoluent Mouse when your hand is wet with alcohol-based hand sanitizer might eventually cause the paint to wrinkle. The product instructions sheet carries a warning about this fact. Please let your hand dry after each sanitizer application before touching the Vertical Mouse.
Approved ergonomic mouse of University of California, Berkeley
The Evoluent VerticalMouse 2 (an earlier model identical in concept) was evaluated in 2007 by a team at the health services clinic in UC Berkeley, including medical doctors, physical therapists, ergonomists, and administrators. It was found to be comfortable, easily adapted to, and promote a neutral wrist and forearm posture. It was the only vertical type mouse approved for staff use within UC Berkeley and for sale in the campus store at that time
|Linux||Basic functionality without a driver.|
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