Let’s look at some Esports talk points:
The gaming mouse is a huge deal, especially in its recent years, riding along the rising popularity of Esports and their superstars’ fan-base. To name a few well known successes: Peter “ppd” Dager, saahil “UNiVeRsE” Arora, Jonathan “Fatal1ty” Wendal, the names go on and on. These top players started their careers as early as they were teenagers, and usually only lasted into early twenties. The team at QuadrClicks Gaming believes passionate gamers shouldn’t be forced to retire so early due to their reactions slowing down contributed by RSI pains. Therefore, we have created a new computing point & click device called RBT, short for Right ‘Bove Touch. RBT has an innovative solution that can help professional gamers game longer by offering faster reaction time while increasing comfort.
RBT has been created to reverse improper usages of point & click caused by the conventional mouse. With high platforms to keep your fingers comfortably relaxed at all times; even during clicking – using the length of your finger to perform with more precision and faster.
This isn’t a gimmick as the founders of RBT exhibited during CES 2017 booth Sands#52501 and has piqued interests from gaming companies and attracted many competitive gamers from home and abroad.
Ergonomics is important for hardcore gamers, but until the RBT there hasn’t been anything that reduces RSI yet performs exceptionally well.
“You’re a gamer, a designer, an editor. You click your mouse a thousand times a day without even realizing until the pain sets in. Your fingers, knuckles and wrist lights up with a burning fire before it shoots to your elbow, shoulder, and neck, rendering you useless. You need the RBT (rabbit) the world’s most ergonomic gaming and high click rate mouse alternative that increases your performance while decreasing your pain. RBT gives you the best of both worlds thanks to its signature Right’BoveTouch design. By left clicking and right clicking with the base of your fingers as opposed to hammering away on the finger tips, not only do your fingers, palm, arm, and shoulder get to be relaxed, you also click exponentially faster.”
From video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc2MMtKfuic