What you see here is actually the Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse, and while it looks super weird like all get out, it is actually useful in helping one reduce wrist injuries, including the famous carpel tunnel syndrome as well as repetitive strain injury. Developed by Posturite, this device requires you to grasp the Penguin like a joystick, where it results in the wrist being kept in a natural position – and hence, reducing wrist strain. Moving around like a regular mouse simply by sliding the Penguin over surfaces below, it comes equipped with left and right click buttons, a scroll wheel, and a rocker switch. Having passed through the hoops over at the FCC, the Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse is tipped to retail for £49.95 and £69.95 for the wired and wireless versions, respectively.
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