IClever Vertical Gaming Mouse
IClever is a 2.4 gigahertz wireless vertical mouse with six buttons, three different DPI settings of 800, 1200, and 1600. Now this one does go to sleep after 10 minutes of being idle to save the battery life.
So when it comes to the I Clever ergonomic mouse, it has a unique design to it, and while all vertical mice tend to feel a bit weird at first until you get used to it. This one takes it to another level of weird, so on the back part of it, they make what looks like a palm rest looking shape, but it’s too small for a palm to rest on, so it’s just weird to have it like that.
It’s almost like the Mouse has a tail that keeps getting in the way. IClever Vertical Gaming Mouse got these nice little ridges almost similar to the Logitech mouse. There’s almost no clicking this whatsoever on the left and right buttons because of its unique shape. It also feels like my pinky has nowhere to rest but on the desk, which isn’t comfortable at all. The buttons seem to work pretty well on this one, and the scroll wheel is acceptable but not as good as saves as ELA vertical mouse.
It is nice there’s a spot on the bottom for the Bluetooth dongle, and it seems to work pretty well. I don’t have to use this one very long to realize this Mouse is not comfortable, but I don’t know maybe my hand is just too big for this Mouse, so what I recommend the I Clever ergonomic mouse if you have smaller hands, maybe but otherwise no.
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- Virtually silent mouse clicks.
- Comfortable thumb grips.
- Works on all surfaces.
- Not suitable for large hands.
- Takes time to get used to.
HAVIT WIRED VERTICAL MOUSE
When it comes to the Havit ergonomic Mouse, this one is pretty decent for the price, but it’s also a little awkward compared to some of the other vertical mice I’ve tried. I like the look of this one with the RGB lighting. Although the back and forward buttons seem to be a little bit too low for my liking, I have to reposition my hand a little too much or look down at the Mouse to see where they’re located.
It’s a decent feeling vertical mouse overall, and I have pretty much no wrist pain when using it. The buttons and scroll wheel are acceptable on this one, easier to use than the I Clever Mouse, which can be a little tricky on getting the right grip.
In size, this one is good as well, sort of a medium-size vertical mile, and this is a wired version with six adjustable DPI. Settings up to 6400. And this does have six buttons for a laptop, PC, desktop, and notebook, and it does say this is supported on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac, and Linux, so it does come in the pretty nice braided cable.
On the side, there are a DPI button, forward and back buttons, and then here on the top just sort of looks like a speaker, but it’s pretty much just for looks you can see it’s a lot more vertical than the more expensive Logitech vertical mouse. Although I don’t think this will be my first pick, it’s not bad.
- Scientific Ergonomic Design.
- Reliable Connection.
- Durable Design.
Contour UniMouse - Adjustable Vertical Mouse
Now the Unimouse is another one that’s unique with the design. We can adjust the Mouse’s angle depending on how vertical you want to be, which I kind of wish the other vertical mice could do this as well, which makes it a little bit easier to get comfortable because you can keep adjusting that angle.
However, that doesn’t seem to be enough room for my pinky to rest perfectly, but it just depends on which angle you have the Mouse at.
The Counter UniMouse thumb rest can be adjusted as well. The DPI speeds on Counter Mouse go from 800 up to 2800. The body tilt on this goes from 35 degrees up to 70 degrees. This is a little bit different. You get three buttons on top, left, and right, middle buttons, and scroll wheel. This one also has a nice little piece of rubber material to give you a better grip, and just like the others, that has six programmable buttons, but the UniMouse has 10 DPI settings and a Pixar PMW 33:30 sensor.
It says this one is compatible with PC and Mac, and this Counter UniMouse is a right-handed wired version. They’ve also got right-handed wireless, and then they’ve also got left-handed wired and left-handed wireless. So pretty much every version you would want. And this one is the most expensive at $80 on Amazon.
I don’t think the position in the back and forward buttons are in the best location. I feel like I move my hand a little bit too much to be able to hit them. I think they could put them on the thumb rest section somewhere so you wouldn’t even have to move your hand at all.
The scroll wheel on Counter UniMouse is pretty decent but could be better. All manufacturers should use the scroll wheel that’s a little bit more like the ZLOT or something similar.
It just feels so much better. Now really, the only downside to this Mouse is it is a little bit pricey, in my opinion, but since you can adjust the angle of the Mouse to almost any angle, I think that’s going to make it worth it to a lot of people.
- Easily switch between 3 computers.
- Rechargeable battery.
- Adjustable angles.
- Need a tool to remove trackball for cleaning.
ZLOT Wired Vertical Mouse
The ZLOT wired vertical Mouse is the best. Especially for the price, it’s smaller than the Havit, so it’s easier to grab. The ZLOT wired Vertical Mouse also has a soft touch material pretty much all the way around. This is a wired vertical mouse, USB LED Optical Mouse with six buttons and four adjustable sensitivity. You’ve got 1200, 1600, 2400, and 3200 DPI. This one is compatible back to windows 2000, EMME XP, Vista 7, 8, 10, Mac OS X., and Linux. Although it does say the forward and backward buttons are not recognizable on Mac OS X.
It’s not as tall as the Havit Mouse. I like the scroll wheel on this. More than all the others, it reminds me of some other gaming mice that I’ve used. The scroll wheel is big and chunky, and you can feel each click as you scroll. The backward and forwards buttons are in a much more comfortable position. It feels more natural, and you don’t have to reposition your hand to use ZLOT Wired Mouse, which is how it should be.
Now it is a little less vertical than Havit or IClever. I actually would prefer a little bit more vertical, but it could be that I’m so used to the vertical Mouse I use every day, which is the evaluate Mouse but still good overall. I will give this a try if you’re looking for a budget vertical mouse.
- Highly customizable.
- 10,000 DPI.
- Designed for gaming.
- Not compatible with Apple devices.
- The base does not move smoothly on the mat.