Category: Computers

Expert Mouse (Model K64325)

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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 standard mouse. A soft detachable wrist rest cradles the user's hand. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible personal computers (PC) or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: PCs require Windows 98 or later operating system and a USB or PS2 port. Macintosh computers require OS X or later operating system and available USB port. Both require an Internet connection or CD ROM drive to install the software. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2.5 x 5.75 x 5 inches. Product height is measured to the top of the ball; housing height is 1.75 inches. The power cord is 6 feet long. WEIGHT: 0.75 pounds. COLOR: Metallic black and silver. WARRANTY: 5 years.


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Expert Mouse (Model K64325)

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Kensington Computer Products Group, A Division Of Acco Brands (Formerly Kensington Microware Limited)
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Radio Shack Corporation
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Phone: 800-843-7422
Fax: 817-415-6808
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