A New Way to Nav: Penclic Mouse

The pen-inspired mouse offers superior navigation at your fingertips. By ChannelPro

Penclic, a computer accessory company based in Sweden, has taken the computer mouse to a new level. The Penclic Mouse boasts a stylish and ergonomic design that looks and feels like a pen to create a relaxed and natural working posture. The base of the Penclic Mouse acts like a traditional mouse with an optical sensor. The scroll wheel is located on the side of the pen and doubles as the left and right buttons, giving the user more control over the cursor.

According to the company, the mouse “allows the user’s forearm to rest on the work surface, which contributes to less pain. The cursor can move all over the computer screen quickly and effectively. Users can use the mouse to work in front of or beside the computer. This combined with the comfortable pen grip reduces the risk of repetitive strain injury from occurring.”

Penclic Mouse is available in two models, one with five buttons and a scroll wheel for right-handed users and one for both left- and right-handed users with a scroll wheel on the pen shaft. These are both available with cord, wireless with a dongle, or Bluetooth. Models range in price from $69.99 to $99.99. For additional information, visit www.penclic.se.