An ergonomic mouse with two types of holding formations

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Andrew J Scott
Andrew J Scott@andrewjscott · Entrepreneur and investor
Not sure that helps the fundamental problem with a mouse (though it does look very snazzy!). The biggest ergonomic issue is that of ones flexor and brach' muscles (in the forearm) are twisted around 180 degrees while using a mouse and therefore strained; vertical mice such as the Evoluent solve this problem (I use one) without it taking much adaption or getting used to.
Noah Kim
Noah Kim@wuss · Product Design @ FB
@andrewjscott I agree. I don't really get the value prop of this mouse. If the "claw" grip form of the mouse is so much more efficient, why even have it transform? A lot of their selling points in the video seem like a bit of stretch, esp. the arguments for gaming.
Dylan Opet
Dylan Opet@dylanopet · Founder/Bueller @
@andrewjscott Couldn't agree more, I don't see how this is actually solving the biggest ergonomic fact my hand is cramping looking at using this mouse...I use a trackball mouse and still experience these flexor strains, I really need to get myself an evoluent!
Sarthak Grover
Sarthak Grover@sarthakgrover · Consumer Tech 
I recently moved from the traditional Apple magic mouse to a vertical mouse and I love it. I can't see myself going back to a traditional mouse now without enduring some wrist pain. I am finding this a hard sell as well.