Active Touchpad Aims to Ease Internet Browsing, Requires No Hand or Arm Movement

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The Smart Cat Active Touchpad, available through AliMed, Dedham, Mass, is engineered to simplify Internet browsing, requiring no hand or arm movement. Users need only move their fingers across a 2 -1/4 inch by 3-inch active touchpad, which is designed to allow for moving, clicking, dragging, and highlighting with the lightest touch.

The product is also designed to allow users to zoom in and out, scroll up, down, left, and right. It features two programmable buttons that are compatible with right- and left-handed users. The AliMed website notes that the PS/2 connector fits 6-pin round. The Smart Cat Active Touchpad is compatible with Windows 95 and 98, as well as NT 4.0 compatible drivers downloadable.

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[Source: AliMed]