Encourages natural position that minimizes unnecessary strain on the body
Sleek aluminum mouse provides unrivaled feel, speed, and pinpoint accuracy
Features one laser sensor and six peripheral sensors designed to make the mouse feel like an extension of your fingertips
Tracking technology adapts to your pace while keeping the roller bar as central as possible
Extended Wrist Rest version offers added wrist and palm support, great for larger hands and longer fingers. Features optional driver for button customization of 6 programmable buttons
Optional add-on keyboard features lifted front edge to match height of mouse and a negative slope to encourage optimal posture
Works with OSX and Windows
Red Dot Design Award Winner
Aluminum, plastic, electronics
Wipe with dry cloth, use canned air to get into the seams
One roller bar mouse with attached wrist rest, wrist rest removal key, USB cable for computer connection, see full user guide. Optional add-on keyboard includes wireless receiver and includes two AAA batteries, 2 short keyboard risers, 2 long keyboard risers. More information in the keyboard user guide
Original: 17.75" x 5.5" x 2"; Extended Wristrest: 18.5" x 8" x 2"; Fitted Keyboard: 15.4" x 4.7" x 0.9"
Avoid (and ease) repetitive strain injuries with an ergonomic computer mouse that encourages proper body alignment and placement. This roller bar mouse sits in front of the keyboard and acts as an extension of your mousing hand, thanks to sensors and tracking technology that adapts the roller bar to your pace.
The reimagined computer mice from Contour Design are made to help us work better and feel good, too. The award-winning ergonomics Makers are rethinking the way we use computers—whether you’re at a traditional desk or a standing one—to prevent common repetitive strain injuries like tendonitis and carpal tunnel. These ergonomic solutions can make you feel better if you already experience strain, too.
Unimouse is has a vertical shape so the hand sits in a handshake position. The adjustable thumb rest and tilt (ranging from 35 to 70 degrees) lets you customize it to feel as natural as possible.
Rollermouse, on the other hand (pun intended), is a total redesign. This mouse sits in front of the keyboard to encourage better posture and body alignment. We tried it and were impressed with its speed, and how it adjusted to our movements—which is the work of built-in tracking technology.
By integrating either device into your work space, you can help make yourself feel better—which sounds pretty smart to us.