All Things Ergo
“Everything a Contour keyboard should be”
Contour’s RollerMouse line – especially the Red – has always impresssed me with its build quality and well-thought-out features, so I’d have been disappointed if the Contour keyboard had proven to be some cheaply-made afterthought. Though there’s no metal showing on the outside of the Balance, its weight suggests a metal plate inside. (And no, I haven’t gotten curious enough to try and figure out how to get the thing open.)
“This is really cool, I haven’t seen a new mouse concept in a while… there’s a little bit more accuracy than actually using a mouse.”Jeffery Powers talks to Contour Design’s James Golden about the RollerMouse Red at the 2014 SXSW festival.
“… what really delights me is how much more efficient my Sibelius technique has become.”Musician Chris Hinkins tries the RollerMouse Red as a remedy for arm pain. He chronicles the experience for Sibelius Blog and NYC Music Services.
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“You could probably repel an office intruder using the RollerMouse Re:d as a club, and still be able to mouse with it afterwards.”Ergonomics enthusiast Jason McIntire writes about his experience with RollerMouse Red for the blog All Things Ergo.
The Chris Voss Show
“It’s just blowing my mind. I thought it could be great.”Chris Voss does a full review of RollerMouse Red plus after encountering it at SXSW 2014.
“I definitely did notice while using it that it’s kind of nice to not have to constantly be taking your hands off the keyboard and going to the mouse every time you want to move back and forth.”Omar Correa reviews RollerMouse Red plus on video.
“”It’ll take more time for me to adjust to the body posture that using this mouse demands, but after a week, my hands already feel much freer and less tense than before.””Rachel Xie blogs about her experience with RollerMouse Red for herworldPLUS.
“…while Contour Design’s RollerMouse Free is called a ‘mouse’, using it is a whole different experience.”Andrew Liszewski of Oh Gizmo writes about his RollerMouse Free2 experience at CES 2009.
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“The RollerMouse from Contour Design is more than a revolutionary mouse alternative. It’s an earthquake off the top of the ergonomic Richter Scale.”Jason McIntire blogs about his RollerMouse Free2 experience for All Things Ergo.
“I wouldn’t want to be without my Contour RollerMouse.”Mac writer Charles Moore reviews RollerMouse Free2.
“Using a regular mouse at a desk now just feels silly…”
William F. Styler IV was searching for the right ergonomic mouse for him. He chronicled the search and his dealings with RollerMouse Free2 on his blog Linguistic Mystic.
“Our reviewer was frankly shocked at the difference it made in her day-to-day comfort.”A member of the Tripepi Smith marketing team tried the RollerMouse Free2 and wrote about the difference.
Life After Coffee
“An ergonomic design, high quality construction, convenient placement, an integrated wrist rest and unbeatable functionality make the RollerMouse Pro a great choice for anyone who spends hours a day at their computer. ”Jon Emmons writes about RollerMouse Pro2 in his blog, Life After Coffee.
Buy Me an iPhone
“I’m probably just going to put my other mouse to the side and just keep using this one because I like it so much.”Omar Correa posts his take on RollerMouse Pro2.