In a digitally dominated world, our hands and wrists do a lot more work nowadays especially as we have blurred the lines of the traditional 9-5 work day. We spend more time on our laptops and phones than ever before so when I got sent the wireless mouse from Penclic, I definitely thought this could help me reduce the potential impact on my wrists.

Penclic mouse

Repetitive Strain Injury or RSI is painful to live with and can affect muscles, tendons and other soft tissues, so reducing the use of the wrists will hopefully lessen the chances of getting it.

I love the sleekness of the pen and it’s not too bulky when positioned next to my Macbook. The mouse can be operated wirelessly but needs charging via the laptop itself. The mouse doesn’t come with a travel kit but the company sells one separately for £13.90 here.

Wireless pen

USB for pen

For £59.99, the pen is a very good match compared to the Apple mouse but with the extra health benefits, it boosts his value even more. 

What do you think of using wireless pens as an alternative to a mouse? Let me know in the comments below.