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Tracker One

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Tracker One is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. Tracker One offers two modes of tracking: regular mouse mode is designed for those with adequate head control and joystick mode is designed for those with poor head control. Mouse clicks can be performed through any ability switch, wirelessly using WISP (see entry), using voice recognition software, or dwell selection software. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh and IBM and compatible computers. Tracker is Microsoft Serial Mouse, PS/2, and Macintosh ADB compatible. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: USB port. OPTIONS: 100 replacement dots, replacement AC power supply, replacement mounting clip, and a portable battery pack. WEIGHT: .5 pound.


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Tracker One

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Ablenet (Formerly Madentec Limited)
Ablenet (Formerly Madentec Limited) Organization Type: 
4664 - 99 Street
T6E 5H5 Edmonton , AB Canada
Email address: customerservice@ablenetinc.com
Phone: 877-623-3682
Fax: 780-988-6182
Alberta CA
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Controls, Computers

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Dragonfly Toy Company
Dragonfly Toy Company Organization Type: 
291 Yale Avenue
R3M 0L4 Winnipeg , MB Canada
Email address: sales@dftoys.com
Phone: 800-308-2208
Fax: 204-453-2320
Manitoba CA
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Recreation, Therapeutic Aids, Walking, Controls, Computers

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