- Shape designed for wrist comfort
- Thumb rest to help maintain correct hand and wrist position
- Windows button to deliver immediate access to the desktop screen
- Back button for fast navigation
- 4-way scroll wheel for navigating in all directions
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse Review:
There are undeniably tons of good reviews about the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse and some may even refer to this ergonomic mouse as the “next generation design”. It looks great when partnered with the Sculpt Keyboard. Standard mouse users may find that there is no need to get used to using this design when compared to a vertical mouse.
The smoothness is almost perfect and the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse will absolutely stand out among other mice just by the looks of it. The thumb rest adds a pleasing comfort to your sensitive hand which will make anyone realize over time that this alone is a mouse feature one cannot live without.
On the negative side of things, however, there have been some minor complaints about the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse being too big and one’s ring finger sometimes contributes to right clicking. The buttons are very reliable and they are accurate and easy to use. One exception to this is the back button on the thumb rest as it may require a little bit more pressure when clicking. In addition, the top portion is made of a type of plastic which can be a little sticky if your palms tend to sweat.
It’s a good thing Microsoft is now recognizing the importance of creating an Ergonomic Mouse. Though the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse is not vertical, Microsoft believes that it is shaped to fit the optimal posture of the human hand and encourage natural wrist movement. If they are correct, this mouse may help eliminate Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)!
Overall, the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse is certainly a perfect candidate to revolutionize mouse designs and help counteract the growing number of people with CTS. So, be ten steps ahead and grab one now!
2 AA batteries are included with purchase.
Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
Mac OS X 10.5 or later