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Using a mouse or a trackpad for a long period of time is going to give you carpal tunnel syndrome or mouse shoulder (or both), and we're all using them too often.Carpal tunnel is a condition caused by the swelling of the wrist’s median nerve and is often the result of making the same wrist movements over and over, day in and day out. These peripherals are often built with ergonomics, comfort, and precision in mind, but those are all things everyone should experience, not just gamers.Our guide to the Best Gaming Mice has some great tips for what gamers might want in a mouse, but if you’re not gaming, the most important thing to look out for is the shape. You'll see companies touting a near-zero delay for the time it takes the mouse to register your movements on the screen, and they may use this to push wired mice over wireless ones. A gaming mouse might feel big at first, but everyone will benefit from using one that properly fits their hand.I could talk about how it made me a more productive writer, and how I didn't have to keep taking breaks to ice my wrist during the day.

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