3M Ergonomic Mouse

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saw a bunch of videos of the 3m mouse. seems interesting. seems like a good option for casual usage. does not look like a product that would suit usage of someone like me. my most comfortable experience has been with a logitech trackball. sadly, logitech no longer manufacture it or support it. and leftover units are sold at premium in the indian market.
 

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bought the 3m from your link, i need relief from pain , hopefully this will help
 


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do keep us posted. i would love to hear how a joystick style mouse works out for you! what kind of things do you do on a computer? gaming? documents? spreadsheets? because the primary button which has both left and right clicks seems pretty inconvenient to me!
 

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no gaming, lots and lots of docs , spreadsheets , excell , power point , etc .
 

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I have made a habit of pressing my wrist against the desk, this will lift the hand up
 


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First impression of the 3M joystick, it will take time getting used to , but it is surely better than regular mouse in terms of comfort, its not suited for gaming, it all practice now, will have to get used to to the new button layout.
 

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