ValueRays® USB Ergonomic Warm Mouse Pad creates a warm soothing surface to rest your cold mouse hand! Energy-Efficient & Cost-Effective source of warmth & infrared heat.
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The ValueRays® Warm Mouse Pad is an USB heated computer mouse pad delivering infrared heat to the mouse pad’s surface. The surface of the heated mouse pad is not hot, it’s warm. It is safe for computer mice, the computer and people. A standard mouse pad’s surface is cold creating an uncomfortable surface for resting the wrist and hand. The ValueRays® Warm Mouse Pad takes the edge off the cold surface by creating a warm place to rest the hand and wrist. See the photos to view the special 4-Port USB Hub located on the back of the unit.
The ValueRays® Warm Mouse Pad features:
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The ValueRays® Warm Mouse Pad is constructed with a carbon heating element to create infrared heat. Infrared heat is a deep penetrating heat and a source of healing warmth. Sore, stiff and painful joints and muscles respond positively to the use of infrared heat therapy. Infrared heat helps improve blood circulation and can help in reducing the onset of computer-related hand injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome and other mouse hand and arm diseases.
To see more hand warmers for sale, please visit the Products Section. Ergonomic computer accessories sold as sets are discounted compared to purchasing items separately. ValueRays® ergonomic computer accessories provide infrared heat therapy using infrared heaters in the comfort of your home or office.
If you have hand pain symptoms, severly cold computer hands and numb cold fingers, please consult a doctor to discuss cold hand causes for a proper hand pain diagnosis. Do not rely solely on Internet research to define the causes of cold hands and hand pain. For more information about cold hands risk factors, causes of cold hands, and hand warmers for sale, please visit the individual items’ pages and visit the Learning Center Library.