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Penclic Mouse
A mouse that you hold like a pen.

Precision mouse

Characteristics of a precision mouse

Various mice, such as the DXT precision mouse, can be grasped with the fingertips. When using these mice, the fingers are often bent more while the wrist is bent backward less.

The use of a precision mouse can also result in less muscle strain in the forearms because this involves less wrist extension (Kotani & Horii, 2003; Ulmann, et al., 2003). When it comes to the shoulder muscles, however, there is no difference in muscle strain. After all, this kind of mouse, like a conventional mouse, is often placed next to the keyboard (Müller, et al., 2010; Kotani & Horii, 2003).

How using a precision mouse affects performance

When it comes to carrying out mouse tasks, precision mice are somewhat slower than conventional mice (Müller, et al., 2010). For tasks demanding a high level of precision (e.g. editing photos), a precision mouse is faster than a conventional mouse (Chen, et al., 2011). People get used to working with a precision mouse fairly quickly. Even after one day of practice, their performance using a precision mouse equals that of a conventional mouse (Kotani & Horii, 2003).

If you would like more information about selecting the right mouse, you can download the whitepaper ‘How do you choose the right mouse?’ here.

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