A common ailment from constant computer mouse usage is mouse arm syndrome, a form of repetitive strain injury in the shoulder muscles, biceps, and triceps as a result of overuse.
The Penclic B3 differs from a traditional mouse in that its design helps create a natural working position that harnesses the natural power and dexterity in the fingers and hands and allows the forearm to rest on the work surface, according to the Valley Stream, NY-based company in a media release.
Its five buttons and scroll wheel are suited for both left- and right-handed users.
Additional features include Bluetooth connectivity, an energy-saving mode, and a wireless reach.
[Source: Prestige International]