Typing puts enough of a strain on your tendons; the Grabby Mouse was designed to give your body a break from the high risk of strain through repetitive and unnatural movements. Here, the computer mouse has been reinvented in order to support some areas that really need it.
Aaron Cheng decided that angling the device would allow the user to gain a better grasp of it with his pinky and ring fingers, preventing one from curling them up awkwardly. The two buttons are kept facing forwards and an extension to the body of the gadget is incorporated into the opposite end. This gives the rounded Grabby Mouse an S-shape to prop up the wrist for comfort and better control.