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Ok.. so the Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse is back.. too bad I never heard of it the first time around! It’s supposedly a mouse that will prevent injuries and help users to relive suffering from wrist and arm injuries. The mouse does this be helping maintain a natural wrist position to help relieve stress on pressure points. Meh.. give me my gaming mouse and I’m happy..

Goldtouch "Productivity through Prevention" announced the release of the Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse, adding to the award winning product portfolio of ergonomic keyboards, keypads and accessories. The new mouse is scheduled to ship on August 1st and will be available in right-handed, left-handed, and a right-handed Bluetooth wireless model. The mouse will support all popular operating systems including Windows, Macintosh and Linux. The mouse will be available through over 100 global resellers and distribution partners. With an MSRP price of $69.00 for USB models, and $89.00 for Bluetooth models, the mouse is positioned to mainstream ergonomic mousing at a very competitive price.

 

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Goldtouch designed its first ergonomic mouse in 1995. The design was awarded numerous patents for its unique, sloping-angle design. The mouse was discontinued in 2005, however many are still in use today. Since then, Goldtouch has grown substantially, adding many new products such as the Goldtouch Go! Travel Keyboard and the Go! Travel Notebook Stand. In early 2010, Goldtouch began to re-design its’ mouse, increasing the overall size of the mouse, while adhering to the shape and patented sloping-angle originally designed by and approved by professional ergonomists.

The new Goldtouch Ergonomic Mouse not only feels good, but it looks good as well. "We’ve incorporated softer materials to add control to the thumb area and buttons, and we’ve designed a modern silver and black color scheme that we think users are going to find very attractive," explains Mark Norwalk, Goldtouch CEO.

Web Site: http://www.goldtouch.com/