I may complain about a sore middle finger from scrolling too much, but I haven’t complained about wrist pain since I started using the IMAK wrist cushion. It’s a slightly stretchy cotton-nylon shell that is filled with ergoBeads, whatever those are. It doesn’t matter what they are, because my wrist loves them.
I bought it about the same time as I purchased my Logitech trackball mouse because using the new mouse without one was, admittedly, a little awkward. And I’d never found a wrist cushion that I liked, despite trying several different types.
The IMAK cushion I purchased had been sitting patiently on the shelf of an office store, inconspicuous next to the colorful gel-filled mousepads and the various "adorable" comfort-inducing items with kittens and puppies and American flags on them.
If you’re in the market for a wrist cushion, this is the one to get. The thumb-controlled trackball mouse isn’t for everyone, but everyone needs a good wrist cushion. It probably comes in several colors and with fewer bits of lint than appear in this photo.
Someday I’ll probably upgrade to the wrist cushion for my keyboard as well so my left wrist will stop feeling so jealous. But I figure that my left hand gets out of doing a lot of the labor that my right hand endures, so it can just shut its proverbial mouth and be content with the fact that it gets to wear a pretty ring every day.