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MOUSE ALTERNATIVES


Kensington Mouse Expert
Disability: low mobility, manual dexterity
  • Perfect for those with limited movement or lack of fine movement in their hands.
  • Large ball with precise tracking.
  • Can be used for both right and left handed users.
  • Customized buttons provide single-click options.

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Penny and Giles Joystick
Disability: low mobility, manual dexterity
  • For those who have difficulties with a standard mouse. 
  • Excels at developing hand-eye coordination.
  • Offers more control than a traditional mouse.
  • Users have separate buttons for mouse clicks and drags.

 

Penny and Giles Joystick

 

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Kidsball
Disability: low mobility, manual dexterity

  • Large yellow ball is helpful where fine motor skills are absent.
  • Large ball does not require finger control. 
  • Has a left and right mouse click button to avoid unwanted mouse clicks.

 

Kidsball Trackball

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Cirque Cruise Cat
Disability: manual dexterity, mobility impairment

  • Requires only finger movement to navigate around the screen.
  • One-touch surfing, scrolling and zooming. 
  • Can be held in your hand.
  Cruisecat Touchpad

 

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Magic Touch Touchscreen
Disability: manual dexterity

  • Helps anyone learn how to use a computer without the difficulty of using a mouse.
  • Pressure-sensitive activation – by finger or pen.
  • Touch screen and mouse can be used together.
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Contour RollerMouse™
Disability: mobility impairment (repetitive strain injury, carpel tunnel)
  • Alternative pointing device built into a wrist rest, attached to a plastic tray that holds your keyboard.
  • Sits directly below the spacebar on the keyboard.
  • Three buttons:  the left for standard single click; the middle for double clicking; the right for selecting menus. Also has a scroll wheel.

                      

Contour Roller Mouse
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KEYBOARD ALTERNATIVES  


Tash WinKing Keyboard
Disability: manual dexterity, mobility impairment, learning difficulties 

  • Large keyboard useful for gross motor skills. 
  • Allows user to control both keyboard and mouse functions (great for those who have difficulty in maneuvering a traditional mouse.
  • Mouse functions are performed by pressing directly on keyboard keys while in mouse mode.
  • Keys may be activated by mouth, stick, head pointer or finger.

 Tash Winking Keyboard

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Big Keys LX
Disability: manual dexterity, mobility impairment, low vision 

  • One-inch square keys, with letters 10 times larger than standard keyboards, make them easier to find and press. 
  • Only a single character will be generated regardless of how long the keys are held down.
  • A distinct click helps the user to recognize when a key has been pressed.
Big Keys LX Keyboard

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IntelliKeys Keyboard
Disability - fine motor difficulties, vision impairments, learning disabilities 

  • Programmable keyboard allowing those with physical, visual, or cognitive disabilities to easily type, enter numbers, navigate on-screen displays and execute menu commands.
  • Customized keyboard with a programmable surface.

 

Intellikeys

 

 

 

 

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