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RollerMouse Pro2 & Pro2 plus
and the feel-good factor.
RollerMouse Pro2 is an ergonomic mouse alternative designed for you, not your computer. It sits in front of your keyboard, eliminating the need to reach for the mouse, which can stress your neck, shoulders and elbows. For users with more workspace, RollerMouse Pro2 plus goes one step further with the added benefit of an extra deep wrist rest for increased comfort.
A better way to work
Work safer and faster.
Less physical strain and improved precision help you work more efficiently.
Two hands are better than one.
Using both hands helps avoid discomfort and prevent pain by varying your position.
Get in an ergonomic position.
Everything you need placed right in front of you.
Read more about ergonomics
Popular and often used functions are in easy reach. This central position reduces unnecessary and harmful micro movements.
- 1The Rollerbar. Roll the bar up, down and sideways to move the cursor. Vary your hand movements with the rollerbar click function.
- 2Copy. Ctrl + C with just one click.
- 3Left click. Use the large left button to left click.
- 4Double click. Get two clicks in one with the ‘one touch’ double click.
- 5Scroll wheel. Move up and down comfortably, middle click, and auto-scroll lock.
- 6Right click. Use the large right button to right click.
- 7Paste. The ‘one touch’ paste button.
Made for your keyboard
Use the keyboard risers to customize the height and angle of your keyboard to find the most comfortable typing position.
Tip: Try to keep your wrists and hands flat on the desk or table. It's the safest working position for your body.
RollerMouse Pro2 allows your arms and hands to rest comfortably in front of you. There's no need to reach to the side, everything you need to control your computer is right in front of you.
Tip: For the most ergonomic working position, RollerMouse Pro2 and keyboard should be placed slightly away from you, so your forearms can rest on the desk.
Two hands are better than one
You control the cursor by gently moving the rollerbar with your fingertips. You can use both hands and vary your position, which helps avoid discomfort and prevent pain.
Tip: You can use the rollerbar to click and move the cursor.
RollerMouse Pro2 offers seven button functions, including the practical 'one touch' double click and copy/paste. You can also switch between high or extra high precision at the touch of a button (750 dpi/1200 dpi).
Tip: You can adjust the pressure required to perform a click using the slider underneath the RollerMouse Pro2.
What’s in the box?
- ARollerMouse Pro2
- C2 keyboard risers
Get even more comfortable with additional wrist rests
RollerMouse Pro2 comes with an integrated wrist rest, but it can also be fitted with RollerWave2, our extended wrist rest, to provide even more comfort and additional support for your forearms.
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