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The 'Cone' Mouse Puts the Hand in a Natural Position

 - Mar 27, 2018
References: yankodesign
Traditional computer mouses are notorious for causing strain and pain after extended periods of use, so the conceptual 'Cone' mouse has been designed to help put an end to this in a stylish manner. Designed by Inyeop Baek, the mouse features a geometric design that is conically shaped to help put the hand and arm in a natural position as you work. This reduces the amount of pressure being placed on the nerves in the hand to keep the user as comfortable as possible for as long as they are at their workstation.

The 'Cone' mouse identifies how style and function can be merged together to create a piece of technology that acknowledges consumer preferences for ergonomics to ensure optimal health.