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Jouse2 is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This joystick-operated mouse is controlled by the user's mouth: moving the joystick moves the cursor, with cursor speed being determined by joystick movement speed, and mouse clicks are performed using the built-in sip-and-puff switches. Typing and other keyboard functions can be performed using an on-screen keyboard program (not included). This plug and play USB mouse emulator requires no external power source and operates independently of the standard PS/2 or serial mouse, enabling standard mouse operation to be retained. The joystick unit clamps to most desks and tables, and the arm is adjustable. The arm swings away if bumped. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers and Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 98, Second Edition or newer, including Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Macintosh computers and personal computers running Linux require USB interface support.


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Compusult Limited
Compusult Limited Organization Type: 
PO Box 1000 40 Bannister Street
A1N 3C9 Mount Pearl , NL Canada
Email address: info@compusult.net
Phone: 888-307-7707
Fax: 709-745-7927
Newfoundland and Labrador CA
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Blind & Low Vision, Communication

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Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation)
Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation) Organization Type: 
865 Muirfield Drive
60133 Hanover Park , IL United States
Email address: sales@enablemart.com
Phone: 888-640-1999
Fax: 800-235-1305
Illinois US
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Communication, Computers

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