An Adapted Wireless Computer Mouse Interface, built to serve as a conventional mouse or a standard capability switch (when the power is turned off) for adapted items requiring switch access, is available through Rehabmart.com. The product is designed to connect wirelessly to a computer to allow users to employ the 5-inch diameter built-in switch plate or insert two capability switches into the device to mimic mouse clicks and keystrokes.
The website notes that for eased conventional mouse use, both a removable T-handle and a joystick ball are included to provide additional ways to move the mouse in comfort. The Adapted Wireless Computer Mouse Interface is marketed with software intended to configure each button to be a keystroke or mouse-click. The mouse requires a USB port and is compatible with PC, MAC, and Linux systems, the site says.
For more information, visit www.rehabmart.com