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AM564 Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

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Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs!

Over the past few months, we’ve covered a few ergonomic keyboard options to help prevent a repetitive strain injury (or RSI).  To help further reduce your risk of an RSI, you should also be using an ergonomic mouse.  One available option is the Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse by Logitech!

With Lift, you can rest your hand on a softly textured grip, with easy-to-reach buttons that help you work all day without lifting a finger.  It features an “optimal” 57º angle that rests your hand in a “natural handshake position.”  This angle puts less pressure on your wrist throughout the day while placing your arm and upper body in a more natural posture.

Here’s more from Logitech:

“With a more relaxed upper body, your mind can focus on the things that really matter. Stay zen from a.m. to p.m. with whisper-quiet clicks and a smooth-gliding, quiet scroll wheel that adapts to the lightest touch…”

Other features include:

  • Connect easily using Bluetooth Low Energy or the included Logi Bolt USB receiver – ideal for congested environments like the office
  • Powered by a single AA battery (included)
  • Great fit for small and medium hands
  • Easy-to-reach customizable buttons, whisper-quiet clicks, and a SmartWheel for smooth, seamless scrolling
  • Has been designed, developed, tested, and approved according to criteria set out by leading ergonomists

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I’d like to take a moment to thank InTRAC, the Indiana Telephone Relay Access Corporation for sponsoring our transcript today.  You can find out more about InTRAC at

That was your Accessibility Minute for this week! I’m —- filling in for Laura Medcalf with the INDATA Project at Easterseals Crossroads, in Indiana.

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