Mouse Emulator

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Accupoint

AccuPoint is a mouse emulator and computer cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities or amputation, cerebral palsy, or spinal cord injury. While distinguishing tremors from intentional movements, this movement tracking system enables the user to control the mouse and type letters with movements ranging from very small to very large. The unit mounts on the back of the user's computer display and plugs into the computer with a

Adesso Smart Cat Usb Touchpad (Model Gdu-410)

The Adesso Smart Cat USB Touchpad, model GDU-410, is a touch pad designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. Intended to provide cursor control using a right-or left-hand finger, this device features one-touch vertical and horizontal scroll and zoom, glide extend, and a Cirque driver. The unit has four mechanical buttons and three programmable functions. Sounds and speed, sensitivity, and orientation settings are customizable with installation of the Cirque driver. COMPATIBILIT

Asl Mouse Emulator/usb (Model Asl519)

The ASL Mouse Emulator/USB, ASL519, is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This system allows a power wheelchair driving system to function as a mouse interface for an on-chair computer. Computer access is provided via the computer's USB port. The system works with all power chair types, and includes all interface cables. OPTIONS: Laptop converter (model ASL 509); joystick extension 5th switch with T handle or straight version with a mono port (model ASL

Beam

Beam is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This device is generally used by those with adaptive switches who wish to break the hard connection between the switch and their computers. Beam enables a HeadMouse Extreme (see entry) user to actuate the left, right, and middle mouse buttons using adaptive switches without a direct connection to the HeadMouse. For a Swifty (see entry) user, the Beam sends up to th

Big Blue Mouse (Model Bbm 931)

The Big Blue Mouse, model BBM 931, is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with cognitive, learning, fine motor, mobility or upper extremity disabilities. This keyboard-style mouse gives "points of compass" control over the mouse pointer. When the user holds down the appropriate key, the mouse pointer on the screen moves in that direction until the key is released; pointer speed is adjustable. The Big Blue Mouse utilizes the Mousekeys feature of Microsoft Windows accessibility via

Biomuse

BioMuse is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilites or spinal cord or brain injury. This bioelectric signal controller is a rack-mountable package that enables users to control computer functions directly from muscle or eye movement or brainwave signals, bypassing standard input hardware, such as a keyboard or mouse. This device receives data from four main sources of electrical activity in the human body: muscles (EMG signals),

Boost Tracer

Boost Tracer is a head-controlled mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, carpal tunnel syndrome, or any other disability where the user lacks the hand control to use a standard mouse but retains good head movement. A micro-gyroscope senses the user's head movements, then transmits those movements to the computer using radio frequency (RF) waves, with an operating range of up to 15 feet. Custom switches

Brainfingers System

The Cyberlink System is a mouse emulator designed to provide hands-free computer operation for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The device uses a headband/sensor harness to detect electrical signals on the forehead resulting from subtle facial muscle, eye, and brain activity. These signals are amplified and digitized and sent to the computer where the Cyberlink software decodes the signals into ten BrainFingers for continuous cursor control. Eye motions and facial gestures are also

Clickaid

ClickAid is a stand-alone on-screen mouse emulator designed for use by individual with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. Designed for individuals who have difficulty switching between mouse buttons or double clicking on a physical computer mouse, this program works with all mouse systems, including head mouse and touch screen devices. Functions can be accessed by clicking on the form or, optionally, by using AutoSelect dwelling to enable the functions to be selected by hovering the mou

Cordless Switch Interface (Model H-53-Usb)

The Cordless Switch Interface, model H-53-USB, is a computer switch interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit provides a place to plug switches into a computer without having to connect a cable to the computer. This unit can also be used as a presentation mouse. It has two switch inputs. When switches are plugged into the jacks, they function as standard mouse-clicks (left or right in Windows; left or co

Cruise

Cruise is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device requires no hand or wrist movement. Users control the speed and direction of the cursor with a single, soft touch of a control ring. The programmable unit stores personal settings for automatic retrieval each time the computer is powered up. Designed to be plug-and-play for any computer with PS/2 or USB connection, the device features two switch input jack

Easy Cat

Easy Cat is a touch pad designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities and others who cannot manipulate a mouse. This external touch pad enables the user to control cursor movement by moving a finger on the surface of the pad. Two mechanical buttons emulate a two-button mouse. The unit can be mounted to most surfaces or held in the palm of the hand. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers or Macintosh computers with USB or serial/PS2 connection. DIMENSIONS: 2.7 x 3

Eezee Mouse Cursor

The eeZee Mouse CURSOR is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetitive motion injuries. This device provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through subtle body movements. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to perform the cursor movements. Operating as a joystick in space, the key to the s

Eezee Mouse Switch

The eeZee Mouse SWITCH is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetitive motion injuries. The eeZee Mouse SWITCH provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through subtle body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and drag. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to

Ergoclick

The ErgoClick is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome, fine motor disabilities, or upper extreemity disabilities. This device enables the user to move the mouse pointer using both hands in a relaxed manner; the palm of the right hand is used to position the pointer on the screen and the palm of the left hand is used to generate mouse clicks. ErgoClick also features an adjustable clicking force. The actuation force of the click button adjusts from 30 grams

Expert Mouse (Model K64325)

The Expert Mouse, model K64325, is a trackball designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. In the center of this unit is a ball which can be moved with the palm of the hand or the fingertips to control the cursor. The system uses DiamondEye optical tracking. Encircling the ball is a Scroll Ring for fingertip scrolling. On both sides of the Scroll Ring are two large buttons, allowing left- and right-handed users to perform the "left" and "right" clicks of a st

Eyeguide Assist

EyeGuide Assist is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. Future software upgrades are included. The system supports three built-in methods to click on links, type, or issue other comma

Eyeguide Eye Tracker

The EyeGuide Eye Tracker is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera with a wireless transmitter in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a wireless receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. The software allows the user to calibrate the system to lighting conditions and c

Graphire

Graphire is a mouse and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The size of a standard mouse pad, the set offers three input devices in one: A mouse, a pressure-sensitive pen, and a tablet. The mouse is a three-button scrollable mouse for right- or left-handed use. The mouse has no ball, so it tracks smoothly. The pen features a pressure-sensitive tip and a pressure-sensitive eraser and two side switches for clicks. The pen can be used to

Headmouse Extreme

HeadMouse Extreme is an mouse emulator designed to provide full mouse control of computers for people without use of their hands, but who have good head control. It operates from the top of a computer monitor, laptop computer, or augmentative communication device, and measures the user's head movements. The HeadMouse tracks a small disposable target that is placed on the user's forehead or glasses. This device provides a wide field-of-view, supports graphics-intensive applications like drawing a

Headway

Headway is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and severe physical disabilities. This wireless infrared pointing device provides computer access via a small head worn transmitter. Left, right, up, and down head movements emulate on screen mouse movements. Used with an on screen keyboard (not included), this device enables total head control of the computer. The device's sensitivity is adjustable and with the press of a single mode button, the device op

Hulapoint Ii (Models Hp-Dt, Hp-Oem, & Hp-Pm)

HulaPoint II is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This pointing device provides pressure-sensitive feedback for positive motion control without requiring vigorous movement. It has no protruding parts and is completely sealed so it can withstand spills, washdowns, and contaminants. Desktop (model HP-DT), OEM (model HP-OEM), and panel mount (model HP-PM) versions are each available in a USB, PS/2, or AT/serial configuration. Model HP-DT is housed i

Indemouse

IndeMouse is a mouse or track ball interface designed for use by individuals with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cerebral palsy, or fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This USB device translates movements of a pointing device, such as a mouse or track ball (not included), into mouse functions such as click, double-click, or drag. It can be used by individuals who are able to move a pointing device but who have difficulty clicking a button or holding one down. This plug

Integramouse

The IntegraMouse, also called USB Integra Mouse, is a mouth operated mouse designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, severe physical disabilities, or upper extremity disabilities or amputation. This unit has all functions of a standard mouse. To operate, the user places the mouse between the lips and operates the cursor by applying pressure with the lips. As little as 0.1 millimeter of movement or 10 grams of pressure are required to control the mouse. Mouse clicks (left click, ri

Jouse2

Jouse2 is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This joystick-operated mouse is controlled by the user's mouth: moving the joystick moves the cursor, with cursor speed being determined by joystick movement speed, and mouse clicks are performed using the built-in sip-and-puff switches. Typing and other keyboard functions can be performed using an on-screen keyboard program (not included). This plug and play USB

Lazee Mouse Cursor

The LaZee Mouse CURSOR is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, severe physical, or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetetive motion injuries. This hands-free device provides full cursor control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC) through head or body movements. The self-contained unit can be head-mounted or positioned where the user desires. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to perform the cursor movements

Lazee Mouse Pro

The LaZee Mouse Pro is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetetive motion injuries. The LaZee Mouse Pro provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through head or body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and dragging via microphone. The LaZee Mouse Pro is f

Lazee Mouse Switch

The LaZee Mouse SWITCH is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetetive motion injuries. The LaZee Mouse SWITCH provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through head or body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and dragging via external switches. The self-co

Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse (Model 910-000806)

The Logitech TrackMan Marble Mouse is a an optical trackball and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with grasping, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This trackball has a long, broad palm area and gentle curves to help keep the user's hand comfortable and supported, with an ambidextrous design for both right- and left-handed use. It has a stable base that stays in place and provides support. It has button controls that allow the user to move forward and backward surfing t

Magi-Mouse

Magi-Mouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This wireless alternative input device replaces a standard mouse for computer cursor control or a pointer to navigate alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) boards. The device plugs into a USB or PS/2 port on any computer to begin mouse or pointer applications, with no additional software needed in order to utilize all of the features such as click

Magic Touch

The Magic Touch is a touch screen designed to provide alternative accessibility for individuals with a physical disability who have difficulty using a mouse or a keyboard. It is protected by a scratch resistant coating for durability and is easily mounted to a monitor. This device emulates mouse functions, such as pulling down menus, double clicking, dragging, and moving the cursor. Each unit includes a soft tip pen. COMPATIBILITY: Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Micropoint

Micropoint is a mouse emulator designed for individuals who are not able to manipulate a standard mouse. This unit has a three-button handle in the center. Moving the handle one inch in any direction moves the cursor. The three buttons act as left click, right click, and double click or drag lock. Bundled with the unit is AltraPoint software which enables one-click shortcuts with the three buttons. The software also turns the four corners of the computer screen into instant access control points

Miracle Mouse

Miracle Mouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This hands-free computer control device enables the user to emulate mouse events with head movements. This device can be used to click, double click, scroll, drop and drag, and move a mouse around the screen. Features include dwell clicking, word prediction, ability to re-size the on-screen keyboard, and macro keys on the keyboard for launching programs. The device comes with video gaming softwar

Mouse Button-Box (Model H-47)

The Mouse Button-Box, model H-47, is a switch-adapted mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This interface is available with left- and right-click buttons on the left, left- and right-click buttons on the right, one large button on the left, or one large button on the right. Pressing two adjacent buttons moves the cursor diagonally. The unit has a USB connection so it works on both Mac

Mouse Emulator (Model 5005)

Mouse Emulator is a device that allows a set of switches to be used in place of a mouse for input to a Macintosh computer. Five input switches are used to produce up, down, left and right cursor movement plus mouse button action. A latching feature is provided to reproduce mouse movement with the mouse button held down ("dragging"). This latching is activated by holding down the mouse button switch for a certain (adjustable) length of time. The speed of cursor movement with the Mouse Emulator go

Mycestro

The Mycestro is a wireless mouse emulator designed for use by people with neurological, upper extremity, fine motor or grasping disabilities, cerebral palsy, or stroke or brain injury. The Mycestro can be worn on a finger. Its sensors match the movement of the cursor on the screen to the movement of the user's hand. The Mycestro also has a touch-sensitive panel that the user touches with the thumb to click the mouse. The panel is broken into segments that can be controlled through the applicatio

Orbit Optical Trackball (Model K64327)

The Orbit Optical Trackball, model K64327, is a track ball designed for use by individuals with limited dexterity or grasping disabilities. This unit allows the user to control a cursor by touching a track ball with a finger or palm of the hand. The track ball is linked to an internal optical sensor which requires no cleaning. The unit has a button on either side so it is equally usable by left or right-handed individuals. It connects to a computer through a USB or PS/2 port. COMPATIBILITY: For

Point-N-Click Virtual Mouse

The Point-N-Click Virtual Mouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or disabilities of the fingers and hand. This virtual on-screen mouse is intended for use by individuals who can move a mouse, track ball, or other pointing device, but is unable to click buttons to perform mouse functions. Combined with a virtual on-screen keyboard, this mouse emulator provides the user with access to most Windows-based programs and DOS -based programs that can run w

Programmable Foot Switch

The Programmable Foot Switch is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This programmable switch enables mouse or keyboard functions to be performed with a foot. Keyboard functions such as shift, enter or space can be remapped to and entered by one of the three foot pedals. Each pedal can also be programmed to perform macros or key sequences up to 13 characters in length. Included with the switch is Windows software which enables the unit to perform left, right, or cen

Pupilmouse

PupilMouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities, neurological disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This mouse emulator enables the user to move a computer cursor by head movement, and to click or drag by winking. Either eye can be used for click and drag, and glasses can be worn. To use the device, a camera is directed to the face of the user; no settings are necessary. The device can also be operated through other switches.

Ringbow

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a computer mouse alternative for individuals with fine motor disabilities and other disabilities the restrict the use of the hand. The Ringbow is a ring worn on the user’s finger that operates as a mouse letting the user control the touch functions for a touchscreen computer. The Ringbow works with the touchscreen electronic tablet technology allowing the device to know which finger is touching the display. With the Ringbow on, the user

Rollermouse Classic

The RollerMouse Classic is a mouse emulator designed for people with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The RollerMouse Classic features a cylindrical rollerbar, three buttons and a scroll wheel to perform all of the functions of a standard mouse. The rubber-coated steel rollerbar rotates to move the mouse pointer vertically, and it slides horizontally to move the mouse pointer in the same direction. The rollerbar can be clicked, and the click force for the rollerbar is adjustable. The

Rollermouse Pro

The RollerMouse PRO is a mouse emulator designed for use by people with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The RollerMouse PRO features a cylindrical rollerbar, five buttons, and a scroll wheel to perform all of the functions of a standard mouse. The rubber-coated steel rollerbar rotates to move the mouse pointer vertically, and it slides horizontally to move the mouse pointer in the same direction. There are two narrow buttons immediately below the rollerbar that function as the left

Scanbuddy

ScanBuddy is a mouse emulator program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, severe physical disabilities, or spinal cord injuries. This program enables people using a switch scanning input method to perform mouse functions (click, double click, drag, right-button click, right-button double click, right-button drag, scroll, Shift Key + either button, Control Key + either button, and pulse click) anywhere on the display. ScanBuddy is designed to work with the REACH In

Senior Mouse

The Senior Mouse is a mouse designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, arthritis, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and carpal tunnel syndrome. This device is designed to assist people who have difficulty using or are unable to use a standard mouse. The device supports the entire hand and is shaped to fit the curvature of the hand, ensuring a secure grip and counterbalancing trembling so uncontrollable movements do not affec

Simple Joystick

The Simple Joystick is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities who have difficulty using a standard mouse. This unit is a combination of a basic USB joystick with Joystick to Mouse software from Innovation Management Group. It enables the user to point and click in any Windows application just like a mouse, and can be programmed to remember up to four joystick button assignments including mouse functions, text, or macros automatic

Sixpack Switch

The SixPack is a touch switch designed for use by people with fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The SixPack has a grid of 6 built-in pressure switches, each measuring 2 x 1.75 inches, arranged in 2 rows of 3 switches each. Each pressure switch requires 1.25 ounces of force to be activated. The SixPack can function as an adapted mouse through a computer switch interface, or it can act as six compact external switches to activate a communication aid. The Si

Slimblade Trackball (Model K72327Us)

The SlimBlade Trackball, model K72327US, is a track ball desinged for use by individuals with limited dexterity. This unit has three user-selectable modes: (1) navigation mode controls the cursor and scrolling; (2) media mode controls volume, play/pause, stop, and track forward/backward in music and other media; and (3) view mode zooms in/out and pans in pictures and documents. In all functional modes, the user controls the functions by moving the ball with the fingertips or palm. The unit conne

Smartnav 4 At

The SmartNav 4 AT is a hands-free mouse desinged for use by individuals with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), spinal cord injury (SCI), muscular dystrophy, or other neurological or upper extremity disabilities. This unit enables the user to control a computer with head motions or through voice clicking. Moving the head less than a quarter inch maneuvers the cursor across the entire screen. The user can left click, double click, drag, right click, and more through a dwell clicking toolbar, an

Switch Click

Switch Click is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. The device plugs into the computer and funtions as a mouse click, providing access to most switch-accessible software. The user retains full accessibility to the standard keyboard and mouse. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers.

Switchhopper

The SwitchHopper is a mouse emulator designed for individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This device provides a means of connecting switches to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the three SwitchHopper jacks, the switch becomes standard mouse-clicks, and with the installation of the accompanying software, each button can be configured to be any mouse-button event or keystroke desired. COMPATIBILITY: For use with computers equipped with a USB port.

Switchmouse Usb

SwitchMouse USB is a mouse emulator and switch or joystick input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This interface allows the user to connect switches to any computer to operate various computer programs by translating switch activation into mouse clicks or button depressions. The individual movements of a conventional mouse are simulated by either a joystick or several single switches, which are directly connecte

Tandem Master

The Tandem Master is a Morse code computer interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or cerebral palsy. The unit has switch input jacks for Morse code input (switches not included), plus a USB connector jack and an external speaker jack for Morse code beeps feedback. Features include Morse code mouse functionality, Morse code initiated volume control and speed control, support for multiple menus (up to four) f

Touchfree Switch

The TouchFree Switch is a mouse emulator designed for use by children and adults with upper extremity disabilities. This device pairs a digital video camera with easy-to-use switch software to enable a designated body movement to trigger a mouse click without having to touch the device or apply pressure. The digital camera can be tailored to recognize almost any movement as a mouse click and it can be positioned wherever needed to detect the motion; for instance, it can be placed on the monitor

Tracker 2000

Tracker 2000 is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. The camera offers a 50-degree field of view and can be mounted verti

Tracker One

Tracker One is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. Tracker One offers two modes of tracking: regular mouse mode is desig

Trackir 4:pro

TrackIR 4:Pro is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This optical head tracking system has 6 degrees of freedom and a 46-degree field of view, and is designed for use with a flat panel monitor with 716 x 290 pixel screen resolution. It enables the user to control PC-based video games and simulations through head movement. The unit comes with a 2.5-millimeter USB cable. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compa

Usb Mouse Mover (Model 25006)

The USB Mouse Mover, model 25006, is a mouse emulator designed to enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities to perform mouse functions using five or six single switches or a single multiple switch (switches not included). The unit plugs directly into a computer port and requires no special software for operation. Six jacks on the front of the unit accommodate the switches which perform all mouse functions: click, double click. click and drag, right click, and all directional movements

Wisp 2000

WISP 2000 is a control switch interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This wireless device has built-in sip/puff capability and it can be used with any other ability switch connected to the built-in three millimeter stero jack to create wireless control. This switch can transmit two switch closures, and can be used as a remote switch interface for single switch scanning software or for any device controlled by a single or dual switch. WISP 2000 can also be us

X-Keys Controller (Usb)

The X-Keys Controller (USB) is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a compound programmable keyboard and joystick designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The patented built-in joystick offers precise control with little movement and the design permits additional contr

X-Keys Usb Switch Interface

The X-Keys USB Switch Interface is a computer control input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit enables up to 12 single switches (not included) to be connected to a computer to activate standard or onscreen keyboard and mouse commands. The unit is programmable by flipping a switch on the side of the unit, pressing a switch, and keying the desired function or sequence from the main keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computer

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