Maxell ErgoMotion Mouse Is Really Just A Joystick

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Maxell ErgoMotion Mouse

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

3 Comments to Maxell ErgoMotion Mouse Is Really Just A Joystick

  1. Peter_stever

    I just bought the mouse and like “Jo” says, it is a regular mouse. The original post by Christen da Costa should be removed. It has no relevance to the actual product. I find that my forearm, baby finger, and thumb slide on the table instead of the weight of my arm being transferred to my wrist/lower palm as with a regular mouse

  2. Peter_stever

    I just bought the mouse and like “Jo” says, it is a regular mouse. The original post by Christen da Costa should be removed. It has no relevance to the actual product. I find that my forearm, baby finger, and thumb slide on the table instead of the weight of my arm being transferred to my wrist/lower palm as with a regular mouse

  3. I would like to correct you on how the mouse is actually used. Yes it does have a pivot much like a joystick does, but no that is not what moves the cursor. It requires the same movements as a regular mouse to move the cursor, however instead of you conforming to it (as with a normal rigid mouse) this mouse conforms to you! It helps create a more fluid movement that will in turn reduce fatigue. A good test is to take an ordinary mouse and move it around for a couple of minutes and then switch over to the Maxell mouse. You will feel a huge difference in the amount of force required to move the ErgoMotion Mouse

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