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Penguin Ambidextrous Vertical Mouse

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The Penguin marks a major breakthrough in the battle to beat health problems created when computer users spend too much time handling a conventional mouse. read more
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Reasons to Buy

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Ambidextrous design

Allows for easy transition between right and left-handed use.

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Wired or wireless

Choose between traditional wired mouse or go cable-free with wireless.

Choose your size

The Penguin mouse is available in three sizes suited for different hand sizes.

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Bacteria & mould prevention

Coated with BioCote® antimicrobial material, with up to 99.99% bacteria reduction.

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Reasons to buy

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Easy transition between right and left-handed use

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Vertical alignment encourages a more ergonomic operating position

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Optical tracking technology encourages fast and precise operating on a wide range of surfaces

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Precision scroll wheel for fast, accurate document scrolling

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Wired and wireless (rechargeable) versions available

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Extended 2 year warranty 


Which size?

The Penguin mouse is available in three sizes. To choose the correct one for you, measure your hand from the first crease on your wrist to the tip of your middle finger.

 

SMALL 0-16 cm (0-6 ins approx)

MEDIUM 16-18 cm (6-7 ins approx)

LARGE 18 cm + (7 ins + approx)

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Unique design

The Penguin marks a major breakthrough in the battle to beat health problems created when computer users spend too much time handling a conventional mouse. The ambidextrous design and central ‘bow-tie’ switch allows for easy transition between right and left-handed use.

Easy-glide symmetrical base

Allows the user to rest either hand comfortably alongside the vertical structure, encouraging the use of the bigger muscles in the fore and upper arm to manoeuvre the mouse. Fine cursor control is still achievable with small hand and/or finger movements.

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Comparison between a normal mouse and penguin mouse - penguin mouse is comfortable sit and the regular mouse can cause joint pain

Prevention of upper limb problems

The vertical design encourages a more ergonomic position whilst mousing to avoid wrist strain. It sets new standards of protection against a range of upper limb conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) by enabling right and left hands to share the workload and avoiding exaggerated movements of the wrist joint that can increase pressure on the soft tissues in the carpal tunnel.

Winner in ergonomic trials

The Penguin was put to the test during trials carried out by VSI Risk Management and Ergonomics Inc., and the University of Brighton in the UK.

• 90% said it was the most comfortable mouse to use

• 82% said it had superior design and usability

• 77% of users chose to keep the mouse after the study

Image of a person working using keyboard and penguin mouse in the office

The Penguin sets new standards of protection against a range of upper limb conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) and carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) by enabling right and left hands to share the workload and avoiding exaggerated movements of the wrist joint that can increase pressure on the soft tissues in the carpal tunnel. Regular switching of hands throughout the day helps prevent static muscle strain (SMS) in the arm and shoulder - a major source of discomfort in mouse work.

The Penguin Mouse is made with BioCote® antimicrobial technology to inhibit the growth of bacteria - making it perfect for hot desking environments.

The Penguin mouse is available in three sizes. To choose the correct one for you, measure your hand from the first crease on your wrist to the tip of your middle finger.

SMALL0-16cm(0-6 ins approx.)
MEDIUM16-18cm(6-7 ins approx.)
LARGE18cm + (7 ins + approx.)
  • The Penguin mouse is available in three sizes
  • Wired and wireless (rechargeable) versions available.
  • The vertical alignment encourages a more ergonomic operating position
  • Ambidextrous Design- Central 'bow-tie' switch allows for easy transition between right and left handed use.
  • Easy-glide symmetrical base - Allows the user to rest either hand comfortably alongside the vertical structure, encouraging the use of the bigger muscles in the fore and upper arm to manoeuvre the mouse. Fine cursor control is still achievable with small hand and/or finger movements
  • Precision performance laser - Provides accurate tracking on typical work surfaces
  • Adjustable 400, 600, 800 or 1200 dpi settings - Encourages fast and precise operating movements
  • Precision scroll wheel - For fast, accurate document scrolling
  • Soft key touch - Low activation force and full key travel distance provides keying comfort
  • Coated with BioCote® antimicrobial material, with up to 99.99% bacteria reduction
Compatibility:
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X.
Connectivity:
Plug & Play USB 2.0
DPI settings:
400, 600, 800 and 1200 dpi
Warranty:
2 years
Q: How do I choose the correct Penguin size for me?

To choose the correct one for you, measure your hand from the first crease on your wrist to the tip of your middle finger.

SMALL0-16cm(0-6 ins approx.)
MEDIUM16-18cm(6-7 ins approx.)
LARGE18cm + (7 ins + approx.)

Q: What should I do if my wired Penguin mouse is on but the clicks do not work / the cursor won’t move / the cursor moves erratically or slowly / the Penguin loses connection / the scroll wheel doesn’t work?
  1. Remove the USB cable
  2. Reboot your computer and install all necessary updates
  3. Now firmly re-insert the USB cable directly into your computer, not via any multi USB hubs
  4. Click and move the Penguin until the cursor moves on the screen
  5. If the cursor does not move, then retry step 3 and plug the Penguin USB cable into a different USB port on your computer
  6. If it still does not work, plug the Penguin into another computer to check it is operational
  7. Failing all the above steps, please contact Customer Services with the serial number found on the base of the Penguin, similar to the format 'MDWD********'
Q: What should I do if I don't see a laser light on my wired Penguin mouse?

Your Penguin mouse uses an infrared (IR) laser, which is invisible to the human eye.

Q: What should I do if my Wireless Penguin Mouse is on but the clicks do not work / the cursor won’t move / the cursor moves erratically or slowly / the Penguin loses connection / the scroll wheel doesn’t work?
  1. Remove the USB Dongle and turn ‘OFF’ the Penguin switch
  2. Plug the USB Penguin charging cable firmly into your computer, not via any multi USB hubs
  3. Plug the other end of the charging cable firmly into your Penguin mouse – orange light should show on ‘P’ logo
  4. Wait for the Penguin to fully charge – orange light on ‘P’ logo will turn off when fully charged
  5. Once fully charged, unplug the Penguin charging cable
  6. Reboot your computer and install all necessary updates
  7. Now firmly re-insert the USB dongle directly into your computer, wait 10/15 seconds and turn Penguin switch back ‘ON'
  8. Click and move the Penguin until the cursor moves on the screen
  9. If the cursor does not move, then retry step 3 and plug the Penguin USB cable into a different USB port on your computer
  10. If it still does not work, plug the Penguin into another computer to check it is operational
  11. Failing all the above steps, please contact Customer Services with the serial number found on the base of the Penguin, similar to the format 'LGWL********'
Q: What should I do if my wireless Penguin mouse illuminated ‘P’ does not stay on?

There is an auto ‘power save’ with the Wireless Penguin (only) that will turn the illuminated ‘P’ logo off after approximately 20 seconds of the mouse being inactive. When the Penguin is moved, or clicked, the ‘P’ logo will re-illuminate and the mouse will be active.

Q: What should I do if I don't see a laser light on my wireless Penguin mouse?

Your Penguin mouse uses an infrared (IR) laser, which is invisible to the human eye.

Still having problems?

Please give our customer services team a call on +44 (0) 345 345 0010.

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