I bought this ergonomic mouse to overcome long-standing problems with the wrist, and use it for about 4 months now. It has a pretty nice shape, the hand is a little more natural position on the thumb about 3 cm up from the mouse pad and little finger lying on the pad next to the mouse. The shape is not entirely optimal when it is quite round, so it has a tendency to rotate in the hands of such a man may adjust your hand all the time to your fingers should be good at buttons. The little finger side of the hand is on the mat is a matter of taste, I have no problem with it.
Battery life is good, it has held for at least a few months of daily use at a time. Have not had any problems at all with it's wireless. My computer is under your desk to my left, with the wireless receiver into a USB port on the front of it, and mouse to the right of me on an IKEA table. No problems with reception.
It has two buttons for the thumb, the index finger, one for the middle finger, and a clickable scroll wheel that is also clickable laterally in both directions, as seven clicks possible plus scrolling. Only two of these buttons can be configured as you like - one of the thumb buttons and standard click on the scroll wheel. The usual left and right clicks go to swap among themselves, and the scroll wheel is adjustable scroll speed and direction. The second thumb button is permanently dedicated to the Windows Start menu, and I have four months have not yet managed to find a program where the scroll wheel clicks laterally would do anything at all. Real gross abuse by Microsoft that it is not possible to reprogram all 7 clique how you want.
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