Is your Computer mouse due for an upgrade?
First, if it still has a small rubber ball inside…then it’s definitely retirement time as technology has come a long way.
That little rubber ball inside the mouse has been replace by optical sensors with what’s often referred to as a laser but is usually just a red LED.
For standard desktop use, look for an ergonomic mouse that you hand comfortably rests on. You may also find mice that have programmable shortcut buttons are handy for cutting down on keystrokes.
If your optical mouse struggles to track property on your desktop surface, look for one with Blue Track technology – these mice can be used on almost anything and will track perfectly.
Also on the topic of Desktop Ergonomics, check out the video below.