Friday, April 11th 2014

Spire Releases the Archer II Ergonomic Mouse

Did you know that one in six workers are suffering from some form of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, mostly related to intensive use of a traditional computer mouse? As part of our new ergonomic computing product line, Spire is rolling out products which will make your long hours of computing more comfortable and better for your well being.

The Archer II is shaped in a way that the position of your arm, elbow and wrist are slightly turned and under less stress then with traditional mice on the market. The Archer II supports your hand and allows for your hand palm to rest on the mouse. Finger button placement and location are designed to the fullest care for detail and prevent your fingers from hovering over the buttons like on a traditional mouse. The latter is one of the biggest pain triggers when using a traditional mouse.

Connectivity is made simple through the 1.5m long USB USB 2.0/3.0. cable. Quality and efficiency guaranteed, backed by our solid 2 year warranty and service program.

Main Features:
  • Arched, vertical design
  • Ergonomic comfort
  • Button placement to reduce finger stress
  • Large palm rest, better arm position
  • Suitable for long computing hours
  • 5D Optical sensor for better accuracy
  • Backed by 2 years manufacturer warranty
MSRP:
Part number: SP-M4002-USB codenamed: Archer II Manufacturer suggested retail price USD 41.95 / EURO 29.95 (INCL VAT)

Product Includes:
  • User manual
  • Warranty service card
Availability:
The Archer II ergonomic PC mouse is now available from Spire Shenzhen, China. European distribution roll out will commence at the end of this month.
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4 Comments on Spire Releases the Archer II Ergonomic Mouse

#2
buggalugs
Its different, we like different.......but not that different
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#3
sy5tem
argh i hate those kind of mouse .... really weird to use...
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blackened
by: natr0n

I can relate to that old lady.. My friend at work has one of these and thats how I feel every time I sit at his desk..
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