Contour Design RollerMouse Pro2 - Periférico de entrada
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 32 mm
Ancho: 510 mm
Cantidad de botones: 7
Color del producto: Negro
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Descansa muñecas: Si
Profundidad: 90 mm
Rueda de desplazamiento: Si
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Microsoft Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/ME/98\nMicrosoft Windows 2008/2003/2000/NT 4.0\nApple OSX, Apple Mac OS 8.1 +
Tecnología de detección de movimientos: 1250
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I have been through just about all of the different ergonomic keyboards and pointer or 'mouse' type devices on the market and this one was unique right up front because it takes the typical 'mouse' and fundamentally changes how the pointer system operates. Bringing the bar dead center in front of the computer user greatly reduces repetitive strain injuries common in the shoulder and elbow from having to constantly reach and hold the arm out to the right or left to move the mouse around. This allows your body function to change to using the major muscles to manage the arm and mouse movement, as opposed to hanging your arm off to the side and utilizing smaller muscles which tire and end up getting hurt easily.
The pointer or 'mouse' is now a roller bar with a light, rubberized surface that does not slip under your hand and is very easily manipulated left/right and rolled forward (up) and backward (back). Further, because the RollerMouse bar and buttons are now dead center in front of the body movement can be accomplished with either or both arms/hands. One can easily and periodically alternate which hand/arm you are using for manipulating the RollerMouse bar, allowing both arms a chance to participate in movement as well as a chance to rest. When the mouse is off to the right or left side, you are pretty much locked into using the mouse there, unless you want to keep moving the mouse from one side to the other. The buttons are a light press and easy to manipulate with the either the Roller hand or, better, with the alternate hand/arm thereby allowing the Roller hand/arm to remain relaxed with the Roller bar.
I routinely operate the RollerMouse with each arm/hand throughout the day, allowing each shoulder a chance to rest and change position.
Fine tuning/graphic pointing skills: I thought the RollerMouse would take much more effort to learn how to manage fine tuning pointing skills, such as for graphics, etc. I was prepared for this, but, amazingly it took almost not effort at all to re-train and utilizing the RollerMouse for very fine movements is even easier than some other pointer devices I have used.
The RollerMouse is an intuitive angle and design for the body to operate efficiently with.
I was at a point where using any mouse or other pointer off to the side was simply not possible any longer. The RolleMouse is much more compatible to the natural flow and function of the body and more comfortable than any other pointer device I have used and has reduced my RSI issues greatly.
Downside: Because it is a straight bar, it is not really compatible with curved, ergo-style keyboards where this straight bar will sill between the user's seat and keyboard and the user must then reach for the curved keyboard, which brings back movements which are inefficient. OK with keyboards which "tent" in the middle, but, not curved keyboards.