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HSM Original

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The world’s first science based ergonomic mouse.

The original HandshoeMouse provides the user with a tool to operate a computer without provoking stresses and strains. The design, based on anatomical and field research, resulted in a supporting body which prevents excessive muscle tension in hand, fingers and thumb.

Original Wired and Wireless mouse
  • the HandShoeMouse is plug and play, no special software required to operate Mac or PC
  • controls consist of 2 buttons and scroll wheel fitted with a switch
Wireless mouse
  • Comes with a USB A to Mini USB cable
  • DPI: 1000 DPI
  • the wireless HandShoeMouse uses a lithium ion battery
  • poll rate (Herz) from 113 up to 120Hz.
  • wireless range of the receiver is 10 meter
  • a separate 1500 dpi receiver / dongle is used
  • operating time for the wireless version is 4-6 weeks without battery charge
  • charging of the battery takes around 3 hours
  • note, charging a fully depleted battery may take 6 hours
  • battery life in excess of 4 years, depending on use
  • a USB cable is provided to charge the battery
  • PC or laptop to be switched on during charging
  • battery can be charged while using the computer or laptop
  • dongle must be in place for communication also while charging
To maximize the advantages of the HandShoe mouse and experience maximum comfort, a correct fit is essential. It is imperative that you measure your hand. Measure on the inside of the stretched out hand. The distance from your wrist (the cross over between hand and arm) up to the tip of your ring finger. This length provides an indication of the required size.
  • Small: 170mm
  • Medium: 190mm
  • Large: 210mm

HSM Original

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Patented design, fully focussed on ergonomics.

Designed by scientists, for professionals.

The original HandshoeMouse has a proven track record of over 10 years.

The only mouse based on peer reviewed research.

The HandShoe Mouse has been developed by a Dutch medical university and has been tested in a number of large organisations for almost two years. During these tests we saw many people who were suffering from RSI or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, returning to work.