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Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse Series

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Product Overview

The Penguin is a breakthrough in the use of stick vertical mice. It uses the fingers rather than the thumb on the click buttons. To counter RSI problems, the unique palm rest encourages movement of the forearm instead of the wrist.

To get the right size of mouse for best fit, measure from the top of the middle finger to the crease where the wrist meets the hand. If borderline go to the next size down.

  • Penguin Small (0 to 160mm), Penguin Medium (160mm to 180mm), Penguin Large (180mm +)
  • Available in small, medium and large
  • Wired and (wireless rechargeable Li-ON Polymer) versions available
  • The vertical alignment encourages a more ergonomic operating position
  • Ambidextrous Design - Central 'bow-tie' switch allows for easy transition between right and left handed use.
  • Easy-glide symmetrical base - Allows the user to rest either hand comfortably alongside the vertical structure, encouraging the use of the bigger muscles in the fore and upper arm to manoeuvre the mouse. Fine cursor control is still achievable with small hand and/or finger movements
  • Precision performance laser - Provides accurate tracking on typical work surfaces
  • Adjustable 400, 600, 800 or 1200 dpi settings - Encourages fast and precise operating movements
  • Precision scroll wheel - For fast, accurate document scrolling
  • Soft key touch - Low activation force and full key travel distance provides keying comfort
  • Coated with BioCote® antimicrobial material, with up to 99.99% bacteria reduction
  • Compatibility: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X.
  • Connectivity: Plug & Play USB 2.0
  • DPI settings: 400, 600, 800 and 1200 dpi
  • Warranty: 2 years


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  • 4
    Easy to use

    Posted by Trish on 31st Jul 2023

    I have the large size to help after straining my right wrist and after discussing with my hand therapist. The penguin is reasonably easy to use straight from the box and has nicely adjusted my hand position. Only downsides are that it is not as accurate for detail work and that the sensor is not as sensitive as the mouse I had before.