RollerMouse Free2 is based on our ergonomic expertise and inspired by users creating a modern ergonomic design with ultra high precision and quality. I hope you too weave in a bit of ergo into your lives. Take it to the limit It is quite possible to run out of room while using the RollerMouse, leaving your pointer in the middle of the screen and the rollerbar at end-of-travel. A lower level makes the pointer easier to control, where a higher level gives you more mouse movement for each flick of the hand. The highly adjustable RollerMouse There are two things about the RollerMouse action that users are likely to adjust:
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The front of the unit should open up now without a problem. The ribbon cable to the left of the scroll wheel is where the sensor is.
fdee The RollerMouse lets your hands split the work of clicking, and, remarkably, the work of pointing as well if desired. More heavy-handed users might want to make the action harder in order to minimize accidental clicks. All the action is solid, ffree the parts feel well-made.
You may see the dowel on the left side has a ground wire soldered to it, depending on what version you have. When the bar hits the fence at one end or the other, the switch sends a signal to move the mouse pointer all the way to that side of the screen. Work at your own pace. When we type, our right and left hands tend to share the work load more or less evenly. They tend to be in very tight and this is contourr most likely place where something may go wrong.
A blog commenter recently asked how to clean a RollerMouse Freeso I reached out to Contour Cree for some guidance. Everything you know about mousing is wrong Okay, maybe not wrong, but probably not complete either. Articles Mice Tips And Tricks. Choose from five different speeds between dpi and dpi with the click of a button.
A tech support guy from there sent me some clear and helpful instructions, which he also kindly permitted to be posted here for future reference.
Activities involving mouse use, however, are a different story. My personal experience with the RollerMouse I have been intrigued by the RollerMouse for some time, but only recently contacted Contour Design for a review sample. Fee move up and down, the tube is rolled in either direction. I try especially hard never to make that second mistake. Watch out for wrist back-bending Ergonomists generally recommend that your keyboard surface be positioned at or below elbow height.
Okay, maybe not wrong, but probably not complete either.
Two-handing the rollerbar could make this easier as well. As a person with serious thumb troubles myself, I might well end up using my left hand to finger the wheel in the long term. Pushing the bar down without turning it can be a rolletmouse challenging at first, but I soon picked up the habit of holding the bar steady while applying click pressure.
I am blown away by its quality and the way it makes a revolutionary idea so easy to understand and use.
There is on rubber pad on the underside that is shorter than all the others. The only thing I found to require a bit of practice is clicking with the rollerbar itself, rather than with the provided click buttons.
Without moving, look down at your mousing hand right now.
Contour RollerMouse Free Review – All Things Ergonomic
Personally, I found the minimum tension setting just right. This placement allows you to center the board, and at the same time reduces the amount of distance your hands must trek daily to reach the mouse. Which dontour a shame, because time spent passively reading on the computer is perfect for giving your mouse hand a rest.
There are two things about the RollerMouse action that users are likely to xontour You may see this ribbon cable, or it may be a little thinner. You might strip or break a fgee. If you find wrists bending back while resting on the RollerMouse, you should consider raising your work surface slightly or trading in for the thicker RollerMouse Pro2, which is designed to work better with drop-level surfaces.