Smartfish is creating a smaller version of its Ergo Motion mouse for travel notebooks. Featuring a laser tracker, the Mini Whirl has a design that allows users to flick and whirl their wrists, providing ergonomic support and reducing the risk of strains and injuries. The company says that the mouse was developed in conjunction with the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, NY. The Mini Whirl can accommodate both left and right handed users and will support both Mac and PC. It will cost $50 when it ships on December 1 in carbon fiber, black, blue, silver, red, or white hues.
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