Human Scale Switch Mouse

HS-SWITCH1
Price £69.00 (Ex VAT) Quantity
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Summary

The switch mouse aims to give the user maximum comfort. Decreasing risks of injury to the user, it includes a V-shaped base which positions the wrist and forearm at a 45 degree angle, as well as a four-way scrolling dish to minimise repetitive motion. Its size can be adjusted to fit hands of almost any size and it can be used by those who are either left or right-handed.

Description

  • Slide-out angle insert allows mouse to be "switched" between left- and right-handed use.
  • (Swapping the insert takes about half a minute).
  • Four way scrolling dish to minimise repetitive motion.
  • 3 programmable buttons.
  • Resolution: 800dpi.
  • Compatible with Windows from 2000 and XP onwards.
  • Compatible with MAC OS 9 & X (plug and play only).
  • USB connection.

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Features

Part Number

HS-SWITCH1

Rechargeable (Y/N) N
Programmable Buttons (Quantity) 2
Suitable for Detailed Work (Y/N) Y
Gripless Use (Y/N) N

Specification

Part Number HS-SWITCH1
Dimensions (Packed) (H x W x L mm) 60x180x123
Dimensions (Un-Packed) (H x W x L mm) 42x86x142
Weight (Packed) (kg) 0.2
Weight (Un-Packed) (kg) 0.1
Type (Mouse/Trackball/Touchpad/Rollerbar) Mouse
MAC Compatible (Y/N) N
Cordless (Y/N) N
Cable Length (mm) 1430
Sensor Type Laser
Suitable for which hand (Right/Left/Ambidextrous) Ambidextrous
Setup required (Plug and Play/Requires Disk) Plug and Play

What our customers say

"I bought this keyboard on advice from an ergonomist during some training, so glad I did. It is very comfortable to use. As per the previous review it takes a short while to get used to the difference in the layout, but once you do it is very easy to use, just a very light touch needed on the keys rather than needing to bang on them really hard. I did buy the separate number pad, but I have yet to use it, considering sending it back as I'm not sure I will need it. If the keyboard is anything to go by it'll be brilliant for those that need a number input device."

Anonymous on the Skboard 840 Saturnus Mini Keyboard