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Anker AK-UBA 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, 800 / 1200 /1600 DPI, 5 Buttons for Laptop, Desktop, PC, Macbook – Black

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Anker AK-UBA 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, 800 / 1200 /1600 DPI, 5 Buttons for Laptop, Desktop, PC, Macbook – Black
Anker AK-UBA 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, 800 / 1200 /1600 DPI, 5 Buttons for Laptop, Desktop, PC, Macbook – Black

Description

  • Scientific ergonomic design encourages healthy neutral “handshake” wrist and arm positions for smoother movement and less overall strain.
  • 800 / 1200 / 1600 DPI Resolution Optical Tracking Technology provides more sensitivity than standard optical mice for smooth and precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces.
  • Added next/previous buttons provide convenience when webpage browsing; the superior choice for internet surfers, gamers and people who work at length at the computer.
  • Enters power saving mode (power is cut off completely) after 8 minutes idle, press right or left button for it to wake. Product dimensions: 120*62.8*74.8 mm; product weight: 3.4 oz.
  • Package includes: 1 Anker Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse (2 AAA batteries not included), 1 2.4G USB receiver (in the bottom of the mouse), 1 instruction manual. 18-month hassle-free warranty.

Additional information

Specification: Anker AK-UBA 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, 800 / 1200 /1600 DPI, 5 Buttons for Laptop, Desktop, PC, Macbook – Black

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Operating System

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Brand

‎Anker

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎10.11 x 8.2 x 8 cm, 95.25 Grams

Item model number

‎AK-98ANWVM-UBA

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Color

Hardware Platform

‎Laptop

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎95.2 g

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Anker AK-UBA 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, 800 / 1200 /1600 DPI, 5 Buttons for Laptop, Desktop, PC, Macbook – Black

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  1. sickle

    Let’s face it, you don’t buy one of these unless you’re in the unfortunate position to need one.
    That puts Anker in prime position to target options-limited consumers with devices that either:
    A- were not thoroughly tested
    B- were great designs, ruined by committee rule or a “looks first” approach.

    I’m thinking B, because the build quality is otherwise stunning, especially at this price point!

    If you try to close a door from the edge nearest the hinge, it’s hard work. That’s how clicking feels.

    In a quest to have clean lines that join up, Anker has opted to go with a single piece of flexible plastic for Left/Right click. This has no give until about an inch and a half from the “hinge”
    The “central vertical colum” extends too far back into the area between your thumb and forefinger too, so even with adult male hands, it’s awkard to click near the softest part.

    Long story short, your thumb “braces” to counter the force slightly and it starts to cause problems after a while.
    (And that’s with…

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  2. Steve Waters

    Unfortunately after nearly 4 months of use I just can’t get on with this mouse. It’s a shame because it fitted my hand perfectly (it was the first ergonomic mouse I had tried). The back button was in the perfect spot and had a nice easy touch. But the main problems seemed to be related to the wireless connectivity. Every so often the pointer would stutter across the desktop. In fact the pointer movement never felt completely smooth, making it hard to be precise. It didn’t matter what DPI I had it set to or what mouse speed I set in Windows. It just didn’t feel right.

    The mouse is far too light. I don’t understand the trend with making mice as light as possible – surely with some resistance this allows for finer control? I also found that having to click the mouse to get it to wake up started to become annoying – there is no indication whether it’s awake or asleep until you try and use it.

    It had since been replaced with a Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse, which has a near-perfect…

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  3. KelM

    I just cannot express how grateful I am that someone invented these and also that this one sells for such an excellent price. I have always worked around computers and never had any issues with my wrists at all. Then I started a new job which was 100% computer work and everything changed.
    For me it was also working overtime so I could be doing 10-12 hour days at a computer. My wrist started to feel ‘weak’ and I couldn’t grip things very well – like my steering wheel. It would always feel better at the start of the next day so I didn’t think much of it. Then it stopped feeling better and I constantly had a weak, numbing feeling in my hand and wrist. I was starting to overcompensate with my left hand, it was badly affecting my everyday life.
    So I googled and found out about the vertical mouse. Quick look on Amazon and this one came up as a sponsored link, but due to the low price and excellent reviews I bought it. Next day delivery, on a Sunday too.

    I’ve been using this for a month now…

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  4. Andrew

    Started having my hand and wrist getting sore after work, As I spend huge amount of my time on a computer or another (work or video games/personal projects) it was a big fear, I swapped my work mouse with this because it where I spend most of my time (8 and half hours) and I haven’t had the pain in my wrist since.

    People in the office say it feels weird but I don’t notice anymore (had it over a year now) and it only took me a few moments (seconds) to get used to it, it was couple of days before I stopped knock it over moving my hand around. Works just like a normal mouse but your hand is turn to a more natural position. Think about it put your hands out in front of you with you elbows by your side, what way does you hands what to be? now think of how you hold a normal mouse.

    The 3 dpi setting are great and match the cheap gaming mouses, I have gamed once on it when I got it was fine no issues. But if you big into gaming stick with your gaming mouse for gaming and this for other…

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