Smartfish ErgoMotion Mouse

  • Smartfish ErgoMotion Mouse
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  • Comfortable, Wireless
  • Symmetric shape makes it comfortable for both left and righthanded users, Antigravity comfort pivot places less stress on your wrist, Supports both Windows and Mac OS X, Builtin container to hold the USB transmitter.
  • Ambidextrous, Very comfortable, Mac and PC compatible, Wireless, Long battery life


  • No side buttons, Low sensitivity
  • Pivot raises height of mouse, making it awkward to transport

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There's two basic styles you'll find your modern computer mouse in — the old as dirt hand on moving mouse or the more niche trackball type. And of course in between the two there are a slew of devices that attempt to bridge the two into...

By I4U on 90

The Smartfish ErgoMotion Laser Mouse is a nice option for the user that needs an ergonomic mouse. It has lots of movement and after a learning curve; you can use it just as easily as a normal mouse. If you can live with few buttons and lower...

By GadgetReview on

Pros:Symmetric shape makes it comfortable for both left and right-handed users Anti-gravity comfort pivot places less stress on your wrist Supports both Windows and Mac OS X Built-in container to hold the USB transmitter Cons:Pivot raises height of...

By The Gadgeteer on

I used to never give much thought to the mouse I was using, until one of my co-workers bought one for one of our computers. The thing just didn’t fit comfortably in my hand at all and I even avoided that computer if possible because of the...

By Techgage on

To answer the obvious question, did this mouse relieve any strain or RSI? Yes and no. Just before the first week was over, I was ready to call it a failure, but then I noticed something strange. My forearm had that warming feeling associated with a...

By Everything USB on

While the Smartfish ErgoMotion Ergonomic Mouse does indeed look like your typical average mouse it is rather ingenious! Its ability to pivot not only side to side but forwards and backwards does make it a very easy to use ergonomic mouse with an...

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

I used the ErgoMotion Mouse exclusively for a full 40 hour work week, and then as my home mouse for another full week. Throughout usage, wrist pain was significantly reduced compared to when I used a company-equipped low-profile, "modern" Dell mouse....