Evoluent Vertical Mouse V4 Right
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- Comfortable and easy to use
- Improved thumb rest
- Adjustable laser sensor
- Pointer speed indicators
- Now two thumb buttons
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Avoids forearm twisting for comfort and good health the patented shape supports your hand in an upright neutral posture that generally avoids forearm twisting. Many users, including medical doctors, ergonomists and physical therapists, said the evoluent verticalmouse provides superior comfort and even relieved their wrist pain. Features comfortable and easy to use the shape is thoughtfully sculpted for uncompromised comfort and easy-to-reach programmable buttons. No finger contortions are needed to operate the buttons. Improved thumb rest the thumb rest has been reshaped to provide even more comfort over earlier versions. Adjustable laser sensor pointer speed controls on the side allow convenient adjustment without even releasing your grip from the mouse. Pointer speed indicators top mounted leds show through the chrome thumb rest to indicate selected pointer speed including extra low (xl), low (lo), md (medium), to high (hi). Now two thumb buttons a new bottom thumb button provides greatly extended functionality when used with the included driver. Lighted evoluent logo the logo is pure eye candy. The illumination turns off when the system is in sleep mode to conserve notebook battery power. Extended lip prevents rubbing an extra wide lip along the bottom edge prevents the last finger from rubbing the desk. Powerful and intuitive driver evoluent mouse manager for windows provides extensive but easy to use functionality for 6 buttons through a simple and intuitive interface.
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The first thing I noticed when I started using this is that my wrist is in its natural position (handshake position), rather than rotated 90 degrees to use a conventional mouse.
I use the wired version of this mouse. The cable is very long, which makes it reach my desktop placed under my desk off to the side.
The only reason I'm giving it four stars is that it's very costly at '8K. If it was less than 5K, I'd have given it five stars. Still, don't hesitate to buy it if you can afford it. It's a worthwhile investment, much more important to your health than buying the latest smartphone or other gadget.
Note that its not your conventional mouse. This is a vertical mouse. Hold your hand in 90 degrees to the mouse pad - as though you are shaking somebody's hand. That's how using this mouse feels. But its worth every penny.
4 starts and not 5 because I expected it to last longer - especially after paying so much for it. After two years, it sometimes is not recognized by my computer and I have to restart my system. But in those two years, it worked perfectly well.
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The finish is terrible. It gets soft just from your hand oils and starts rubbing off after a year or so. I saw another review that said that alcohol would dissolve the finish, so after it started coming off, I used some alcohol on purpose to remove all the loose finish. The slick plastic that is under it actually feels nicer to me than the original finish. I don't know why they felt the need to use such a terrible coating. It's not like there aren't finishes out there that can be in contact with hand oils and not dissolve.
2018 Update: It's still running fine many years later, just "naked" plastic now instead of a matte finish. So it's long lasting, other than the surface finish.
A point I don't clarify in the video is when my hand feels good (nerve problems aren't flaring), I still prefer to use a normal mouse over this. It's just easier to work with. I'm also ambidextrous a bit, so with a normal mouse, I can use either hand if need be. This mouse is only good for my slightly-dominant, right hand.
Finally $89 (or something near there) is a LOT to pay for a mouse that doesn't entirely fit the bill. It would be a real coin flip whether I would buy it again (for that much money anyway) now that I've worked with it a bit, and I'm not so blown away by it.
But a little over a half year later, the second one started doing the same double-click thing. When I contacted Evoluent this time, they said that the warranty only applied to the original purchase date, and that was more than two years past, so they wouldn't honor it. The periodic double-click when I'm trying to single click makes the mouse too annoying to use.
It was good while it lasted, and it's hard to find a mouse for Macs anymore that allows you to program a double-click. None of the Logitecs support that anymore. But for the price of this one, I would hope to get a little more mileage out of it.
The software that comes with this is junk if you want to click and use the keyboard at the same time, at least under Windows 10. When I held down a key on the keyboard and tried to click on something, the click didn't go through. I first noticed it while trying to play a game, but it happens in productivity software too. I uninstalled the Evoluent software and switched to "X-Mouse Button Control" from highrez.co.uk to re-assign my buttons and never had that problem again.
A useful tip to turn off that obnoxious light on the back: make sure the computer is on, unplug the mouse, hold down the pointer speed "-" button on the side of the mouse and plug it in. No more light. It still shows the little green lights on the top to indicate the speed/sensitivity.
As a mouse it is good. Optical mouse, adjustable sensitivity, upright stance, puts the mouse cursor where you want it. It has outlasted the Anker wireless vertical mouse I bought around the same time whose scroll wheel has started becoming unresponsive. A bit expensive, but I'm hoping this and my trusty Microsoft 4000 keyboards will fend off carpal tunnel / RSI a bit.
Thank-you to Evoluent for thinking about those of us with disabilities.