Cherry Unveils MW 4500 Left – A Mouse Designed for Lefties!




/ 2 months ago
Cherry MW 4500 Left

Cherry has today announced the release of its new wireless mouse, the MW 4500 LEFT. This ergonomic mouse is designed with functional features for left-handed users and serves as an optimal tool for providing wrist relief in the office and home office.

Cherry MW 4500 Left

Cherry MW 4500 Left

With the MW 4500 LEFT, CHERRY brings the high-quality ergonomic design of the MW 4500 to left-handers. By combining ergonomics with function, CHERRY has created a well-rounded mouse that provides efficient and comfortable operation. This new model effectively relieves wrist tension and promotes fatigue-free working. More specifically, the mouse’s special shape causes the user’s hand to lie on the device at a 45-degree angle. This results in a more natural posture, which helps to prevent joint and tendon problems.

Cherry MW 4500 Left

Features

High Functionality Through First-Class Equipment
Additionally, the CHERRY MW 4500 LEFT features a precise optical sensor with a resolution that can be set in three stages (600, 900 and 1,200 DPI) and includes a total of six keys available for input. Two of the keys are positioned on the side of the mouse, allowing users to quickly and easily navigate their browsers with their thumbs. The right/left click function of the main keys can also be customized without changing the system settings, enabling all users to find a setup that matches their personal preferences.

Nano Receiver and Battery Status Display
Other special features of the new wireless MW 4500 LEFT mouse to include a nano-USB receiver that fits in the bottom of the mouse as well as a status LED integrated at the bottom edge to inform the user of the battery charge level.

Cherry MW 4500 Left

Price & Availability

The CHERRY MW 4500 is available through the company’s distribution network at a suggested retail price of $37.00. For more information, you can check out the official product website via the link here! (Albeit, it doesn’t appear that there’s much difference between the two sites between the left and right-handed versions – With that being said though, aside from this key difference, the specifications/features between the two versions appear to be exactly the same).

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