Spire Archer I Ergonomic Mouse Could Solve Carpal Tunnel

Many health issues such as carpal tunnel syndrome are becoming more common in the workforce. Spire believes traditional mice do not provide the comfort and support needed for long hours at the desk. The Archer I ergonomic mouse hopes to solve this problem, featuring a unique vertical design that claims to reduce stress along the wrists, arms and elbows.

The Archer I is one of the most unusual looking device we've ever seen; it might be exactly what users who suffer from these issues need. The mouse offers a comfortable position for your palm, and the design also prevents your fingers from hovering over the clickers. The Archer I is equipped with a traditional mouse wheel, optical sensor, palm rest and can be connected via USB 2.0/3.0 ports.

It has a 2 year warranty and an MSRP of $19.99.

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  • osamabinrobot
    looks pretty similar to the evoluent vertical mice
  • MKBL
    Is it a news or ad? I recently bought a vertical mouse with the clicker and wheel on the top side instead of bottom as in this one, and returned.
  • toddybody
    Cant wait to play SC2 with this baby. :/