R-Go HE Mouse, Ergonomic mouse, Medium (165-195mm), Left Handed, wired

Vertical mouse: prevents RSI

The R-Go HE Mouse Vertical Mouse Left has a vertical grip which provides a neutral, relaxed position of the hand and wrist. You move from the forearm instead of your wrist, which prevents RSI. The mouse fits comfortably in your hand, and supports your wrist and fingers.

  • Customisable buttons

    You can customise the buttons on the HE Mouse to your personal requirements.

  • Award Winning Design

    HE Mouse has won the Benelux Office Product Award 2013 due to its innovative design.

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Specifications

Model and function
Model:Vertical mouse
Hand:Left
Length hand:
165-195
Function:Buttons, scroll wheel
Resolution (DPI):500-1500-2000-3500
Number of buttons:5 buttons
Connection
Connection:Wired
Cable Length (mm):1600
USB version:USB 2.0
System requirements
Compatibility:Windows, Mac, Linux
Installation:Plug & play
General
Length (mm):105
Width (mm):83
Height (mm):76
Weight (gram):138
Product material:Plastic
Colour:Black
Serie:HE Mouse
Logistical information
Package dimensions (LxWxH in mm):134 x 103 x 92
Gross weight (in grams):314
Carton Size (mm):540 x 490 x 290
Carton weight (grams):16350
Quantity in carton:50
HS code (tariff):84716070
Country of origin:China

Frequently Asked Questions

  • The mouse is defect, can I get a new mouse?

    The warranty period for this mouse is two years. If you bought your mouse less than two years ago, please contact your dealer. The dealer or our company will provide you with a new mouse.

  • My mouse is working with older versions of Windows, but refuses to work with Windows 10. Can I fix this myself?

    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.

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