ELECOM Nendo Kandenchi Joystick Mouse Lets You Hold the Computer Mouse in a More Comfortable Way
If you think holding and using a computer mouse in the traditional way makes your hand feel tired and painful after long hours of usage, why not use a computer mouse that lets you hold it in a different and possibly more comfortable way?
The Nendo Kandenchi computer mouse from ELECOM Japan is a mouse that is held pretty much like a joystick than a traditional computer mouse. The topmost button of the mouse under the thumb functions as the left click, while the upper button on the side under the index finger functions as the right click. As for scrolling the wheel can be found where the middle finger rests.
This completely changes the way you hold the mouse, and can provide relief for those who do not feel comfortable using computer mice in the conventional way.
- Compatibility – Windows 7 (SP1), Vista (SP2), XP (SP3); Mac OS X (10.5 – 10.5.8, 10.6 – 10.6.8,
- 10.7) Resolution – 1200 DPI
- Radio Frequency – 2.4GHz
- Radio Distance – Nonmagnetic material (wooden desk, etc), approximately 10m. Magnetic materials (steel or similar), approximately 3m.
- Run Time – Approximately one week on full charge
- Battery Type – Rechargeable lithium-ion (built-in)
- Battery Capacity – 120mAh
- Charging Time – 3.5 hours
- Size – 32.5 x 32.5 x 53mm / 1.28 x 1.28 x 2.09in
- Weight – Approx 32g / 1.13oz
The Nendo Kandenchi computer mouse contains a built in lithium battery and work’s wirelessly via a USB receiver, therefore there won’t be any wires to fuss about, except when during charging via the computer’s USB port.
Available for $79.99 in two designs, black and white from Gizmine.