Adessso iMouse M20 wireless ergonomic optical mouse


Using a mouse can be quite a personal issue for some people – although it is always beneficial to obtain a mouse which is ergonomic, especially if you happen to work in front of the computer for hours on end each day at the office – or at home. Having said that, with so many different brands of mice in the hardware market, which particular one should you fall back upon in the long run? It is really a personal preference, and for those who have not tried out what Adesso has offered in the past (such as with the Adesso iMouse G1), here is the Adessso iMouse M20 wireless ergonomic optical mouse.

With the Adessso iMouse M20 wireless ergonomic optical mouse, you do not need to have to worry about getting all tangled up with wires, thanks to its wireless capability that helps to prevent any kind of cluster around the work space. And as we all know, a less cluttered work area is always good for the mind, since it helps one to think more clearly. Apart from that, the iMouse M20’s stylish, ergonomic design would do away with hand strain, while bringing about a greater level of cursor control.

The iMouse M20 has been elegantly shaped in order to have it fit naturally under the right palm of the user’s hand. In turn, this makes it extremely easy to grip, thanks to its pair of internet navigational buttons (for forward and backward purposes), where they are located conveniently by the thumb area. Since it runs on a wireless connection, it will take advantage of the 2.4GHz radio frequency, delivering up to 30 feet of wireless freedom without taking up too much juice along the way. To further conserve energy, it will come with an ON/OFF switch that is located on the bottom, and there is also the Auto-Sleep feature that automatically maximizes battery life whenever it is not in use. $24.99 sounds like a fair amount of dough in exchange for such a mouse, don’t you think so?

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2 reviews or comments

RON Says: November 16, 2014 at 5:28 pm

Does it have left-handed capability?

Edwin Says: November 27, 2014 at 3:35 pm

Doesn’t look like it, Ron.

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