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April 22, 2009

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Display screen equipment- RollerMouse Free

Computer-users who access the mouse with both hands may find their needs served by the new-generation RollerMouse Free device.

According to Contour Design Ergonomics (UK) Ltd, users can comfortably rest their wrists on the wrist pads, allowing them to glide the mouse smoothly and comfortably from left to right, up and down.

The company adds that the action of using both hands in front of the body is a great way to reduce strain on fingers, hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck, and even the lower back.

The design is described as streamlined, light and simple, making RollerMouse Free an ideal companion to the modern generation of shorter and thinner keyboards, says its manufacturer.

The new mouse has been developed on the basis of feedback from customers, as well as up-to-date knowledge of ergonomics and the way in which the body works.

For more information, contact Contour Design Ergonomics (UK) on 01344 668 211; e-mail [email protected] or visit

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