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Keytools supply the best possible ergonomic and assistive equipment to ensure that everyone can use their computer easily, safely, and productively. In short, Keytools promotes healthy computing.
Keytools has taken this a step further and is now proud to announce that we are supporting Breakthrough Breast Cancer – over the next year Keytools aims to raise £5,000 to help in the battle against breast cancer.
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK with nearly 48,000 women being diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Breakthrough Breast Cancer is the UK’s leading charity committed to fighting breast cancer through research, campaigning and education. Their vision is “to work for a future free from the fear of breast cancer”.
To support this worthy cause, the popular Goldtouch ergonomic mouse is now available in a fashionable, limited-edition pink version….and Keytools will donate £6 to Breakthrough Breast Cancer for each mouse sold. These stylish mice are available for £57.50 (ex VAT).
The Goldtouch Ergonomic mouse supports the hand at a relaxed, neutral angle, greatly reducing strain on the wrist. This is essential for sufferers of carpal tunnel syndrome, as well as helping prevent other repetitive stress injuries (RSI) to the wrist and elbow.
The Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 is designed to comfortably fit within the hand providing both hand and wrist support to reduce pressure on the carpal tunnel. With the hand slightly tilted, the users’ resting weight is supported by the side of the hand rather than the wrist. The mouse is made from soft-touch materials and has Tilt Wheel Technology, allowing the user to move around the page, scrolling four ways for greater efficiency and comfort.
What the reviews say:
IJ Ivory on Amazon.com says: “This is so comfortable! I’ve tried tablets, trackballs and mice galore but I always ended up with a tired arm after a days’ work. Not with this beauty! The size and tilted angle means my hand is more upright and so does not put tension on my forearm over all the time as with normal mice. It’s also accurate and the Intellipoint s/w has a really nice magnify function. Can’t comment on its gaming qualities but for the office, its perfect.”
What the manufacturer says:
“This mouse is designed to conform to your hand in its most relaxed position. Breakthrough ergonomic design, the tilted, elevated hand position is designed to reduce pressure on the carpal tunnel and wrist.”
Ergo Journal met with Ian Fletcher-Price (CEO of Posturite Ltd) at the Safety & Health Expo at the NEC in Birmingham. Ergo Journal filmed Ian showcasing their latest product ‘The Posturite Penguin‘ – the world’s first truly ambidextrous vertical mouse.