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I was super excited to have the opportunity to review this mouse. I was forever thinking that I wanted to purchase a mouse to use with my laptop. The mouse pad on actual laptops can be such a pain to use.

 

Back in college I had a mini-mouse and it was attached to a cord to plug into a USB slot. That was a pain too. Wireless mouses are great, but can be really expensive and require software to run and install before use.

 

I completely recommend that you upgrade to the Whirl Mini Notebook Mouse with ErgoMotion immediately.

 

The world’s first truly ergonomic compact mouse provides the fluid, air-like comfort using the patented ErgoMotion pivot system. No longer will you experience the aches and pains associated with a normal mouse. This baby moves with you, providing comfort and ease.

 

Read more about the ErgoMotion Mouse and enter to win one via another awesome Parental Views giveaway!

 

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