Accessible Computer Equipment
Track Ball Mouse
A trackball is a pointing device consisting of a ball held by a socket containing sensors to detect a rotation of the ball about two axes, like an upside-down mouse with an exposed protruding ball.
Single Right-Handed Keyboard
A radically designed ergonomic keyboard for right-handed use (also available in left-handed version).
The joystick mouse places the hand in a more natural vertical position, and the ‘rocker-style’ button on top is used easily by the thumb, rocking downwards for a left mouse-click and upwards for a right-click. This alternative mouse uses upper-arm movements, rather than the wrist and lower-arm actions associated with a traditional mouse design.
The model is in sections so that they can be arranged in the position and order that suits you best.
For children or adults with advanced keyboard needs who would benefit from the large, brightly-coloured keys. The ABC key layout is for users unfamiliar with the standard QWERTY key order.