Does it work with Apple MAC?
The Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is supported for use on all Mac, Windows 98, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista and Win7/8/10 operating systems.
If I order this today and I live in Brisbane, how long will it take to arrive?
Since you are located in a metro region, product delivery is estimated at 2-3 business days.
Is it wireless ?
Yes it comes in either a wired or wireless model. You can select which model you require via the drop down option above the add to cart button.
Hello, I have this mouse, but find it doesn't glide well on my current mouse mat.
Do you advise a different mat? Also, where do I see if the DPI button is working?
The mouse works best on matt surfaces. I would suggest you use a standard mouse mat. The DPI button adjust the sensitivity of the mouse cursor movements. It will toggle through the different settings with each click.
Can you swap these with between left and right hands
The Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is only for Right Hand Use. If you are after a Left Handed Ergonomic Mouse, you can see our range of these via this link: https://www.nomorepainergonomics.com.au/collections/left-handed-ergonomic-mouse
Hi Just wondering if the wrist pad is removable? I have a cheap vertical mouse and I find I move it mainly with my finger tips leaving my wrist on the mouse pad rather than pushing my forearm forward.... My hands are also at the larger end of the scale.
Yes the wrist pad is removable. If you are after a larger sized mouse than the Delux Mouse, I would recommend you consider either the EV Mouse or the Evoluent VMR4 mouse.
What is the DPI button at the top for>
The DPI button is use to adjust the speed and sensitivity of the mouse. Once you press the DPI button, it will switch from the present DPI speed to the next DPI speed. Move your mouse and observe on your screen if the DPI is setting is suitable for you. If not, just repeat the process. There are a total of 3 DPI speed settings (800/1600/2400).
There is no explanation given for what the orange buttons do or how to work them?
The top orange button is use to adjust the DPI(speed and sensitivity) of the mouse cursor. It will switch from the present DPI speed to the next DPI speed. There are a total of 3 DPI speed settings - 800, 1200 and 1600 DPI.
In regards to the two orange buttons near the thumb rest, they are the forward and backward navigation buttons. They are useful when using your browser, specially if you have browse a lot of sites. Instead of clicking the backward or forward button of your browser you can do it directly using these buttons on the mouse. This will also work when you are looking through your file folders.
What is the dpi rating, is it adjustable speeds, is it button programmable also.
Hi Matt! The DPI button adjust the speed and sensitivity of the mouse. Simply press the DPI button and it will switch from the present DPI speed to the next DPI speed. There are a total of 3 DPI speed settings - 800, 1200 and 1600 DPI. Unfortunately the Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is non-programmable.
Hi, it does not let me choose "wired" from the dropdown box, does this mean you now only have the wireless version of the Delux vertical Ergonomic Mouse? Thank you.
Hi Jodie! We currently have the Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse in wireless version only.
I have the deluxe mouse that worked perfectly but unfortunately I have lost the Bluetooth dongle. I have tried other dongles but they dont work. I would dearly love to be able to use this mouse again and wondered if I could another dongle?
Thanks for reaching out to us about issues with your mouse. Unfortunately, there is no way for us to process an order for USB Receiver only as it is synced with its specific mouse.
Where can I find a custom driver or software for this mouse? I want to configure the buttons.
Hello! You may use the link below for Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse driver.
The Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse features a vertical design, two short-cut buttons (non-programmable), a scroll wheel and DPI button.
Hi there! is the Delux Vertical ergonomic mouse connected via bluetooth?
Hello! The Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse has wireless connection. A USB Receiver will be provided with the mouse, which you need to plug into the USB port of the computer. I hope this answers your question today, and please let us know if we can assist with anything further.
Do you have the wired versions for this model still? There isn't an option in the dropdown.
I have been finding that my batteries drain every couple of months, might just be me working too hard.
Thank you for your enquiry - Unfortunately we do not currently have the wired version. I hope this answers your question. If we can assist with anything else email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, the drop-down option only allows for the wireless version of the Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse. Are there any wired ones in stock?
Hi There, thanks for your question.
The Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is only available in a wireless version at this stage.
If you were looking for a wired mouse suitable for a medium or large sized hand, I can recommend our ErgoFeel Vertical Ergonomic Mouse which is available in both wired and wireless versions.
Please have a browse and see if this would be a suitable solution for your needs. If you have any other questions, please let us know - we're always here to help!
Hi, I'm based in Perth and thinking of replacing my very loved 5 year old Evoluent 4 right vertical mouse. Is the Delux Vertical Ergonomic Mouse a like for like replacement? I have long fingers and want to make sure it will fit my hand well. Thanking you
Thanks for getting in touch. If you liked the Evoluent range, I would stick with those models as they are in a different class to the Delux. We have several on offer including the VMR4 and the Vertical Mouse C, both suited to larger hand sizes with the C model being slightly larger in all dimensions as compared with the VMR4.