R-Go HE Break Mouse, Ergonomic mouse, Anti-RSI software, Large (above 185mm), Right Handed, Wired
R-Go HE Mouse with break software
The R-Go HE Mouse Break is an ergonomic vertical mouse that ensures a natural, relaxed position of your arm and hand and uses colour signals to indicate whether you are taking enough breaks.
The LED colour signals indicate whether you are working in a healthy way; in other words, whether you are taking enough breaks. Green means 'good', orange means you should take a break, and red means you skipped a break or have exceeded your total daily mouse time. Using the so-called 'traffic light colours', you receive feedback about your healthy (break) behaviour in a simple and positive way. The mouse will encourage you to take breaks on a regular basis. These vital interruptions help prevent overburdened muscles and tendons in the arm and hand, stimulate blood flow in the body, and help you (often unconsciously) change your behaviour in a simple way.
Gives break advice whilst working by the use of colour signals (LED on the thumb side of the mouse).
Stimulates the mouse movement from the arm instead of the wrist so that overload of small muscles and tendons can be prevented.
Ergonomic vertical shape
Has an ergonomic vertical shape that ensures a natural and relaxed state for the arm and hand.
|Model and function|
|Length hand:||≥ 185|
|Function:||Buttons, scroll wheel|
|Number of buttons:||5 buttons|
|Cable Length (mm):||1600|
|USB version:||USB 2.0|
|Installation:||Plug & play|
|Package dimensions (LxWxH in mm):||140 x 112 x 92|
|Gross weight (in grams):||360|
|Carton Size (mm):||575 x 575 x 190|
|Carton weight (grams):||14820|
|Quantity in carton:||50|
|HS code (tariff):||84716070|
|Country of origin:||China|
Frequently Asked Questions
The R-Go Break Mouse uses a standard windows mouse driver. To use the 'Break' functionality (the LED light indication) a special application is needed and can be downloaded here.
At the moment the application to control the light is only available for Windows (later than XP). In the future an application will be developed for Mac and Linux.
Yes you can. Follow the instructions to delete the driver and reinstall it. Click the Windows button on your keyboard or on your screen. Now search for 'Bluetooth and other devices' or go to settings and click 'Bluetooth and other devices'. If your device it attached to the computer, you will see the mouse there under the name 'USB Gaming Mouse' or 'USB Mouse'. Click on it, and select 'Delete'. Now plug out your mouse and plug it in your computer again. The standard driver will be installed again and your mouse should work as usual.