RollerMouse Free2

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The RollerMouse Free2 by Contour Design is a central pointing device which uses a rollerbar instead of a traditional mouse and is positioned between the user and their keyboard or laptop. This allows the user to perform all mousing activity in the area immediately 'below' their keyboard, eliminating the need to reach for a mouse. As the 9.75" bar can move along the entire 15" width of the device, either hand can be used as desired. This allows the user to vary the method of input while keeping both hands within a small work area, eliminating large reaching motions. 

The cursor is moved by rolling a 'dowel' or cylindrical control bar with your fingertips to achieve 'up' and 'down' movement, and sliding this bar from side to side for horizontal movement. Once the desired location is achieved, the user can generate a left click by pressing down on the bar (the force required for this is adjustable from ultra-light touch to highly tactile). Seven buttons and a scroll wheel are located below the bar to generate left/middle/right/double clicks, copy, paste and vertical scrolling. There is also a DPI adjustment button to toggle from 800 to 1600 dpi to allow the user to select their preferred cursor speed. 

The Free2 comes with detachable keyboard 'risers' to lift up thinner keyboards to an appropriate height (3 height settings), ensuring a custom fit for every user. The included low profile palm supports are easily removed.

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RollerMouse Free2, 10.375" rollerbar, USB, Black $240.00
RollerMouse Free2, 10.375" rollerbar, USB, White $240.00