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    Cherry, known for its keyboards, also makes pointers. Say hi to this low-cost ergonomic mouse.
    Working long hours at a desk in front of a PC usually means you're also in constant contact with a mouse and keyboard. Whereas the former device seems to pose less of a problem on our joints, a mouse can wreak havoc on wrists and forearms; I can attest. To combat pain, there are some funky ergonomic mouse designs, including trackball (which I primarily use) and angled options.
    Cherry's MW 4500 is in the angled camp, retaining a standard laser on the bottom but designed so your hand grips it at a more natural angle. Compared to some ergonomic mice it's on the cheap side — you can usually find it for about $20 — but is it worth even that much? Does it help with wrist pain? Let's take a look in this review.

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    09-10-2018 02:10 PM

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