The Sinji ergonomic mouse relieves wrist strains, just $17.95

    You’ve been working from home for a few weeks now, right? How’s that right hand and wrist holding up? Chances are that mouse you’re using is the same one that came with the computer. If so, we’re willing to bet you’re starting to slowly feel the pains from working at a different PC.

    It’s time to ditch that that generic mouse and replace it with something more ergonomic. The Sinji Ergonomic Mouse, on sale for just $17.95 right now, has a patented design that helps support the arm and remove strain on your wrist.

    Compatible with both Windows and Mac platforms, it’s the sort of budget-friendly decision that pays long-term dividends. Given that there’s a strong chance you’ll be using that home computer for work for some time, you’d wise to get started today.

    • Patented shape to support the right hand in an upright neutral position
    • Reduces the rotation of the lower arm, keeping it more relaxed
    • Provides the possibility of adjusting the speed of the cursor
    • Light-emitting edge helps you work in low light
    • Works with Windows and Mac

    Availability

    You can pick up the Sinji Vertical Ergonomic Mouse from the AndroidGuys Deals Store for just $17.95 today. Normally priced about $33, we’re discounting it some 45 percent for our readers. Hurry, though, it won’t last forever.

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