Spire unveils the new WristPad mousepad

Spire unveils the new WristPad mousepad

The well-known maker of PC cooling solutions and peripherals Spire has unveiled the WristPad, which is a mouse pad with wrist support.

The main idea behind the new company product is to make using your mouse more convenient during long work days and this is the reason why the WristPad is a long mouse pad with gel pillows that better support the desk contact areas such as elbow and wrist. The WristPad is made of soft cellular foam and gel and can be used with notebooks, PCs, net stations and even tablets.

The WristPad thinks of your health and therefore it sports some features that will keep you in top shape. The mouse pad has a smooth tracking surface that ensures great mouse precision and elevates your arm position for less neck strain. The new Spire product also provides better arm comfort and support for your shoulders, elbows and wrists. Thus it reduces stress and the risk of RSI.

The Spire WristPad comes with a 2-year warranty and sells for USD 32.95/EUR 24.95 (excl. VAT).

Source: Spire

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