The best proof we have currently is an ever-increasing number of unsolicited, end-user testimonials telling us that the our pen-grip mice eliminate chronic wrist strain, relieve shoulder, arm and knuckle pain, facilitate mouse use for an essential tremor sufferer, mitigate a need to stretch with a traditional mouse claw-grip, reduce muscle strain, encourage a natural and neutral hand position and, our favourite, it’s been life-changing.
As the GT is the only mouse out there with a pen-like grip, there’s been little, if any, scientific or academic comparative evaluation of the GT and larger claw-grip mice. We’ve commissioned a White Paper to consider those differences. It’s quite technical, so we’ve summarised the highlights. A copy of the White Paper and our summary can be found below.
As much as we’d like to (although hopefully one day we can), we make no current claim or representation that use of the our mice will prevent, cure or mitigate a medical condition, disease, pain or discomfort for everyone. Despite that, it does indeed appear, from our unsolicited and subjective user testimonials at least, to continue to be very beneficial for many more than just a few. The White Paper also uncovers evidence that the GT’s unique pen-like grip offers potential to prevent and manage discomfort associated with mouse overuse.