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I move between multiple computers during any given day, desktops and laptops, PCs and Macs.* I have found that unless I use a wrist rest when using a*mouse, I end*up paying the price at the end of the week.* While I was shopping for a new desk phone with a speakerphone in the base unit yesterday, I encountered an interesting product.* It was a computer glove by IMAK which*has a built-in wrist rest and at*$15.00 USD, I decided to pick it up and give it a try.*
I have only used it for less than 24 hours so I haven't been able to tell if it is worth the $15 or not.* The glove does not seem to require me to*constantly reposition it like my older*wrist rest that would shift around as I moved the mouse or seem to constantly be falling on the floor.* I know I could buy a wrist rest with a mouse pad attached to it which I had before, but it always seems like it is a much smaller mousing area though.
The one thing that I have noticed that is kind of bothersome is the banding that is between the thumb and index finger.* Time will tell if that is what dooms the use of the glove for me.* Other than that it does a good job at providing support for my wrist.* In all honesty, to me it would have made more sense to do a glove that has half length fingers but see why the current design was selected over that though.
I will do a follow-up posting about a week or two.
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