The R-Go HE Break Mouse is an ergonomic vertical mouse with integrated break software. This smart mouse helps you to remember when it is time to take a break. The ergonomic R-Go HE Break mouse has a vertical position, which allows you to move the mouse automatically with your forearm instead of just your hand. This prevents strain injuries, such as RSI complaints. The HE Break mouse has a round shape, so that your hand and wrist are in a natural, relaxed position. The mouse fits comfortably in your hand and supports all fingers. Are you left- or right-handed? We have different versions and sizes available.
The LED colour signals in the mouse indicate how healthy you are working and when it is time to take a break. The mouse encourages you to take frequent breaks. These vital breaks help prevent fatigue, stress of muscles and tendons, stimulate the body's circulation and keep you fit throughout your working day. During mouse usage, the light changes colour like a traffic light. Green light means you're working healthily, orange means it's time to take a break, red light means you've been working too long. By using these subtle colour signals, you will receive simple and positive feedback about healthy (break) behaviour. For more information, visit our R-Go Break page.
This product works together with the R-Go Break Software that won the Benelux Office Products Award 2021.
- With break indicator
- Natural ergonomic shape
- Prevents RSI complaints
- Different sizes, for left and right handed users
- Programmable buttons
Model and function
|Function:||Buttons, scroll wheel|
|Number of buttons:||5 buttons|
- How can I adjust the functions of the mouse buttons?
The functions of the mouse buttons can be adjusted using software. For Windows, our R-Go Break software is available that incorporates the most commonly used functionalities. More information about the R-Go Break can be found here. If you want more features then we recommend X-Mouse Button Control.
For MacOS there are several options. To use the standard functions such as 'Back' and 'Forward' we recommend using SensibleSideButtons. This application is free and can be downloaded here. Another paid option is Steermouse. More information about this application can be found here.
- How can I adjust the DPI (cursor speed) of the mouse?
The cursor speed of the mouse is easily adjusted by clicking the silver button behind the left click and right click buttons. Pressing this button once will increase the speed by one step. When you reach the highest setting and click one more time, it will go back to the lowest speed.