RollerMouse Free2 helps to eliminate reaching for a traditional mouse relieving neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist pain. But will still be held together by some clips on the back. You can use both hands at once, eliminating the need to reach for your keyboard. Depth for keyboard trays — If your desk is equipped with a keyboard tray, the higher profile of the Pro model will likely be better for your situation. There is no gripping necessary, thus avoiding the threat of repetitive strain injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Tendonitis. There is another, slightly-less-costly version of the RollerMouse called the Pro2. Remove the RollerBar The open and exposed unit.
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There is no gripping necessary, thus avoiding the threat of repetitive strain injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Freee. Everything about the RollerMouse invites your hands to open up, relax, and enjoy life — while still accomplishing the necessary chore of putting your mouse pointer where it needs to be. This six- or eight-inch-square area, often defined by a mouse pad, is almost always found to the immediate right of the keyboard. This placement allows you to center the board, and at the same time reduces the amount of distance your hands must trek daily to reach the conntour.
Contour RollerMouse Free Review
I hope you too weave in a bit of ergo into your lives. Rollermouse Free2 fits perfectly with the new Balance Keyboard. I would avoid using rubbing alcohol on this piece at first. See my above note on wasting work — not to mention taking unnecessary chances.
RollerMouse Free2 – Contour Design
The ribbon cable to the left of the scroll wheel is where the sensor is. In addition to the RollerMouse, the box contains an array of accessory feet for elevating thinner keyboards to match.
To move up and down, the tube is rolled in either direction.
Its low height and slim design fits most keyboards, including our own Balance Keyboard. The action of a RollerMouse is difficult to describe, but easy to do.
A lower level makes the pointer easier to control, where a higher level gives you more mouse movement for each flick of the hand. Users with multiple monitors will probably need to turn this setting all the way up. I showed the RollerMouse to several other people, and they grasped it after a tutorial that took rollermous of three seconds.
The ribbon cable comes out and can be placed back easily.
There is on rubber pad on the underside that is shorter than all the others. Which is a shame, because time spent passively reading on the computer is perfect for giving your mouse hand a rest. This sliding motion defines left and right mouse movement on the screen.
RollerMouse Free2 is ideal for users with larger hands and broader shoulders. The other plastic piece, get a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol and clean that off, top and bottom side. Personally, I found the minimum tension setting just right.
The RollerMouse lets your hands split the work of clicking, and, remarkably, the work of pointing as well if desired. If you rollermouuse, you can use a bit of rubbing alcohol and the q-tip on the sensor. One potential drawback, though: Without moving, look down at your mousing hand right now.
Remove the RollerBar The open and exposed unit. The Best Value Ergonomic Mouse for It is quite possible to run out of room while using the RollerMouse, leaving your pointer in the middle of the screen and the rollerbar at end-of-travel. Hi, I’m Contoru, an American engi-nerd. But will still be held together by some clips on the back.
The tension of the rollerbar — that is, the amount of force it takes to push the bar down and register a click, without doing it accidentally — and the speed of the pointer. For the most part the left hand sits on the desk or chair arm, doing nothing more useful than holding a coffee cup and waiting for something to type.
The RollerMouse pictured and described in this article in the Free2, successor to the original Free, which replaced rolllermouse Classic model. I started to get carpal tunnel syndrome early in my career and a total switch to ergo products has completely eliminated any pain or discomfort despite decades of crazy hours behind screens.