Today Spire introduced their new Archer I: Ergonomic computer mouse. The mouse is designed for workers who are suffering of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, from intensive use of a traditional computer mouse.
Part of Spire’s new ergonomic peripheral line, the Archer I is shaped to position the arm, elbow and wrist under less stress then with traditional mice on the market. The Archer I supports your hand and allows for you palm to rest on the mouse. Finger button placement and location are designed to prevent users’ fingers from hovering over the buttons as on traditional mice.
The Archer I is equipped with a sturdy scroll-wheel designed for several million scrolls. Connectivity is assured through the 1.5 m long USB USB2.0/3.0. cable. The mouse comes with a 2 year warranty and service program.
- Arched, vertical design
- Ergonomic comfort
- Button placement to reduce finger stress
- Large palm rest, better arm position
- Suitable for long computing hours
- 5D Optical sensor for better accuracy
- Backed by 2 years manufacturer warranty
The Archer I ergonomic PC mouse is now available from Spire Shenzhen, China. European distribution roll out will commence at the end of November 2013 when it will retail for a suggested price $19.99 / € 16.95