Performing very detailed work when using a computer mouse is not always easy, and performing precise actions can often be challenging.
There are many benefits to replacing the classic mouse with a vertical mouse like the Unimouse, and one of the many benefits is that you can achieve greater precision in your work with a mouse.
Benefits of achieving greater precision in your work:
- You save time and become more efficient
- You deliver higher quality work
- You get better at your job
Maximum precision with a vertical mouse
The advanced sensor in the Unimouse ensures trouble-free performance on virtually any surface, and with as many as ten different cursor speeds, you can work at exactly the pace that suits you.
By becoming more precise in your work, you will automatically save time. We all know it all too well, the thing about clicking the wrong thing with the mouse several times and wasting time redoing the work or dragging on for too long with a single thing.
Especially for tasks where you have to concentrate and focus to click the right thing with the mouse, it can be a relief to work with a mouse that is more accurate from the first try, and which is easier to control, as it sits ergonomically better in the hand.
One thing is that the mouse is more precise, but your working position also means that the hand works better and therefore performs much more precise work. The fact that you do not sit and tense your hand, arm, and neck means that by relaxing you will automatically work more precisely.
It is often the sedentary precision work that initially gives rise to tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), and therefore it will be of particular benefit to you in particular, who do a lot of precision work with a mouse to use an ergonomic mouse on a daily basis.
A mouse is not just a mouse
If it is important for you that the "tool" should be in order when you cook, go to the hairdresser, clean, or do practical chores at home, then it would be strange not to focus on it when you sit in front of your daily work tool, the computer.
A mouse is not just a mouse. The right mouse makes you sit correctly and perform your work with greater precision, which actually makes good sense. It is probably not something most people think about on a daily basis when sitting at the computer.
In addition to being able to perform precision work to a greater extent, a vertical mouse has a number of other advantages for you who sit in front of the computer on a daily basis.