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626 KB
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1132
Platform:
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ActiveClick will automatically click the mouse for you, letting your wrists heal from RSI and carpel tunnel syndrome.

Other companies have tried to solve this problem by selling ergonomic mice that do make your clicking-hand comfortable, but make you do the worst repetitive motion for carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and RSI.



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