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Ergonomic Mouse
#1
I have big hands and a lil office supplied mouse which is making my fingers lock and my hand sore. I'm going crazy and was wondering if anyone has any recommendations about the best ergonomic mouse.
Any help?
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#2
The Best Ergonomic Mouse for Reducing Strain and Fatigue as below:
1 of 6. Logitech. Logitech MX Master 2S Ergonomic Mouse.
2 of 6. Anker. Anker AK-98ANWVM Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse.
3 of 6. Razer. Razer DeathAdder Elite Ergonomic Mouse.
4 of 6. Logitech. Logitech MX ERGO Ergonomic Mouse.
5 of 6. Adesso.
6 of 6. Microsoft.
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I must say that you have taken the right decision to buy an Ergonomic Mouse but a useful mouse pad is equally necessary. I personally use both for gaming and I suggest you to try one. You already got an idea about Ergonomic mouse, here you will find some useful mouse pad
https://www.displayninja.com/best-mouse-pad-for-gaming/
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(03-20-2018, 03:29 AM)Ellaa Wrote:  I have big hands and a lil office supplied mouse which is making my fingers lock and my hand sore. I'm going crazy and was wondering if anyone has any recommendations about the best ergonomic mouse.
Any help?

The link you added to the post already has some good options. Among those, I think the most practical one (considering price too) is the Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 Mouse.
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