London, UK (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
• DXT Ergonomic Mouse is scientifically proven to be more accurate and comfortable than a standard computer mouse
A new study from the manufacturers of the world’s first vertical ambidextrous mouse, City Ergonomics revealed that 83% of participants showed increased accuracy and comfort when using the DXT Ergonomic Mouse compared to a standard computer mouse and the Evoluent Vertical Mouse.
A brand new wireless version of its globally-acclaimed wired model is now on sale.
The new ergonomic wireless mouse is based on the globally acclaimed DXT ergonomic vertical mouse which was launched by the company in 2011. The DXT wireless mouse has been designed to be portable, charged by micro USB and allow for comfort and accuracy.
The design team, comprising of expert physiotherapists and ergonomists, developed the ergonomic wireless mouse to offer users precision and accuracy with a relaxed hand position, whether used in the left or right hand.
City Ergonomics said:
“What the DXT Ergonomic Mouse offers the user is the ability to move the cursor accurately whilst allowing a natural hand posture which promotes comfort, something which we know other ergonomic mice do not offer.” - City Ergonomics
Just like the DXT ergonomic wired mouse, the wireless mouse has been designed to use the natural precision movements of the hand, allow right and left handed use and promote comfort and accuracy.
“Following the hugely successful global launch of the DXT wired mouse back in 2011, we’re delighted to be adding to our product line with a wireless version which aims to make it easier than ever for users to achieve accuracy and comfort when using an ergonomic mouse.”
For more information on the DXT wireless mouse, this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIlaQdBVQ34 offers an overview.
The DXT ergonomic mouse is:
“Kinesis offers a free 60-day trial of the DXT to qualified organizations and consultants as part of its Corporate Demo Program. For more information please call 1-800-454-6374 or email sales(at)kinesis(dot)com”.
Additional information can be found at http://www.cityergonomics.com.