Abletrack is a switch adapted track ball designed for use by individuals who wear wrist splints or who have carpal tunnel syndrome, fine motor disabilities, limited hand function, or upper extremity disabilities. This track ball can be operated without the thumb or fingers as it requires no grasping, pinching, or twisting. It comes with two large, removable external hand switches which can be operated using the palm, fist, or side of the hand. The knee, foot, toes, etc. can also be used. The sw
The BIGtrack Trackball is a trackball designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities. This trackball has an oversized trackball with left and a right mouse click buttons located behind the trackball to avoid unwanted mouse clicks. The BIGtrack also allows for second mouse connection, enabling both the BIGtrack and a second mouse to be connected for assisted or simultaneous participation. This trackball is also available in a switch-adapted versi
The Ergo-Trackball is a track ball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This rugged pointing device is sloped at a 45-degree angle and has a detachable wrist rest. The track ball itself is fixed and it has three programmable buttons. The ergonomic design fits right- or left-handed users and all hand sizes. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with serial/PS2 connection.
The Evolution Mouse Trak is a track ball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This six-button programmable track ball is designed to eliminate the complex motions required when using a standard mouse. The unit has an integral hand support is curved and elevated to fit the palm and the buttons are positioned to fall under the thumb and fingers more easily, reducing movement. Additionally, when pressed, the key-style buttons move inward for a smaller, less tiring moti
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
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
The KidsBall is a track ball designed for use by children and adults with fine motor disabilities. This device has a very large ball and the right and left mouse buttons are located behind the track ball to aid in eliminating unwanted mouse clicks. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with serial connection.
The LittleFingers Keyboard - Track Ball, models LF-2500 and LF-2700, is a modified keyboard designed for use by children or individuals with limited finger dexterity and range of motion. This full-featured keyboard has reduced key cap size and spacing to allow persons with smaller hands to reach all of the keys without having to stretch. A built-in three-button trackball performs click, double click, and click and drag functions. The keyboard also has a built-in wrist rest and a wide space bar.
The Logitech Cordless TrackMan Optical Mouse, model 904369-0403, is a trackball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. Designed for right-handed use, this cordless optical mouse is shaped to fit the palm of the user's hand and has a large trackball for cursor control. It operates wirelessly within six feet of the computer. The unit also has two forward and back buttons for Web and document browsing, a scroll wheel, and a drag lock button. Button controls
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
Mouse Trak is a track ball designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This three-button pointing device features an integral hand support and requires no software for programming as the programming is accomplished through software. The third button on the device can be used for double click or click and drag. This trackball is available in a professional and a personal model. The professional model is made of heavy-duty materials for use in harsh environments. The persona
The MyGait Elite Computer is a computer terminal designed for use by older adults or individuals with cognitive disability. This all-in-une unit comes fully assembled, and provides easy access to computer and the Internet for people who have computer literacy challenges. The MyGait Elite features an integrated 20-inch high definition monitor, a built-in web camera for video chat capability, an integrated DVD/CD player for playback, and 200 percent zoom or magnification capability. The computer's
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
The Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring, model K72337US, is a track ball designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. This track ball enables the user to move the cursor with a fingertip. The track ball is encircled by a scroll ring that allows click-free scrolling through web pages and documents. The unit has an ambidextrous design that is equally accessible to left- or right-handed users. It connects to a computer through a USB port. COMPATIBILTY: Fo
The Penny & Giles Rollerball Light is a track ball designed to provide computer access for individuals with fine motor disabilities. This device features a large, easy-to-roll ball, removable fingerplates to aid in locating buttons, and separate buttons for mouse clicks and drag. A red light indicates that the drag function is in use. When pressure is released, the cursor does not drift off screen. COMPATIBILITY: Versions are available for use on Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. D
The Roller II Trackball is a track ball designed for use byindividuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. It has colored buttons to make it easier for the user to identify and select the correct button to press. It has three switch ports for attaching switches to replace the buttons. The switch sockets are color coded. A keyguard prevents inadvertent button presses. The keyguard is easily removed if not needed. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers and Apple Mac
The Roller Ball with Fingerplate is a track ball designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with fine motor and other upper extrmity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click and drag and the cursor remains in position when the ball is released. A flashing light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a fingerplate that isolates each button and the roller ball for better control. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for use on Macintosh
SAM Joystick and SAM track ball are designed to provide adapted computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These modified pointing devices are designed for both "Adaptive" and "Non-Adaptive" software applications under Windows. The switch is a substitute for the track ball or joystick and can be operated with various parts of the body , such as hands, feet, knees, elbows, head, etc. These SAM devices serve three purposes: First, they function as switch interfaces for sp
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
The Trackball Plus is a track ball designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with fine motor and other upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click, double click, horizontal/vertical only, drag, and speed. Five cursor speed settings are accessed simply by touching the speed button. The cursor remains in position when the ball is released and a red light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a removable fingerplate that
Track Ball Pro, formerly RollerMouse, is a track ball designed with four buttons contained in a small box for individuals who have upper extremity disabilities or who have repetitive motion disorders. The user moves the ball manually to emulate mouse functions. Each button activates an additional feature; these include a "click-lock" feature which allows dragging, scrolling, and drawing without holding a button down continuously, a total left/right control, and multiple resolutions. It is design
The Wave is a switch-adapted trackball designed for classroom use by individuals with limited hand control, motor skill or hand-eye coordination disabilities, and/or involuntary muscle spasms. Intended to provide plug-and-play access to classroom computers, this device features an oversized trackball with free-running movement that requires only the slightest touch. Color-coded buttons allow for left/right clicks, as well as drag lock, enabling users to "lock on" to a screen object so it can be