It’s a free movement
Experience the difference.
Our latest innovation, RollerMouse Free2 is based on our ergonomic expertise and inspired by users creating a modern ergonomic design with ultra-high precision and quality. RollerMouse Free2 helps to eliminate reaching for a traditional mouse relieving neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist pain. There is no gripping necessary, thus avoiding the threat of repetitive strain injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Tendonitis.
RollerMouse Free2 wins Attendees’ Choice Award for Best New Product 2010
RollerMouse Free2 awarded best new product that increases productivity and profitability while improving workplace health and safety. RollerMouse Free2 won the 2010 Attendees’ Choice Award at the National Ergonomics Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas.
A better way to work
Work safer and faster.
- Less physical strain and improved precision help you work more efficiently.
- Using both hands helps avoid discomfort and prevent pain by varying your position.
- Everything you need placed right in front of you.
Popular and often used functions are in easy reach. This central position reduces unnecessary and harmful micro movements.
- The Rollerbar. Roll the bar up, down and sideways to move the cursor. Use both hands for better variation and flexibility with the fully open rollerbar.
- Copy. Ctrl + C with just one click.
- Left click. Use the large left button to left click.
- Quick and easy speed selection. Get high precision at the press of a button. Choose between five cursor speeds ranging from 800 dpi to 1600 dpi.
- Scroll wheel. A new, wider, rubber coated scroll wheel makes the click function even easier and smoother. Move up and down, middle click, and auto-scroll lock.
- Double Click. Get two clicks in one with the ‘one touch’ double click.
- Right click. Use the large right button to right click.
- Paste. Ctrl + V with just one click.
Made for your keyboard
Use the keyboard risers to customize the height and angle of your keyboard to find the most comfortable typing position. The ultra-low and slim RollerMouse Free2 keeps your hands and wrists in a neutral position - the safest working posture for your body.
Tip: Try to keep your wrists and hands flat. It is the safest working position for your body.
An ergonomic position
- The central position keeps your arms and hands comfortably in front of you. This is the most relaxed position because it reduces unnecessary movements.
- There is no need to reach to the side, everything you need to control your computer is right in front of you. RollerMouse Free2 is 30% lower than its predecessor, which makes it even easier to get into a comfortable and safe ergonomic position.
- You control the cursor by lightly moving the rollerbar with your fingertips, giving you the freedom to use both hands. Touch, move, and control the cursor from any point on RollerMouse Free2.
- The rollerbar is fully open and accessible to allow for even greater movement and position variation.
- Tip: Change your position and use both hands to avoid discomfort and prevent pain.
- Your feedback and preferences shaped the design of RollerMouse Free2.
- It is preprogrammed with eight functions, including the practical 'one touch' double click, copy, and paste.
- The rollerbar's low friction Teflon-coated bearings give you a consistent, smooth, and light cursor movement.
- The bearings are protected from grit and dirt, making the rollerbar maintenance free.
- The fully open 15 inch rollerbar allows you to place several fingers, from one or both hands, parallel to each other while varying your posture. This improves control and precision while reducing and distributing the workload throughout both hands.
- An optical sensor detects the cursor movement. It is placed at an optimal position to ensure consistent and reliable tracking. This predictability makes it easy for your fingers to move the cursor.
- Our integrated leatherette wrist rest is ergonomically designed to keep your hands, wrists, and forearms flat. The wrist padding is slightly higher than the rollerbar to avoid unwanted clicks.
- RollerMouse Free2 controls are located near the keyboard. Everything you need to control your computer is within reach. This eliminates awkward movements and strain caused by gripping and reaching for the mouse.
- The rubber-coated rollerbar gives you solid and precise cursor control with very little need for force. This allows you to move the cursor with a light touch, which relaxes your fingers, hands, and arms.
- The ultra-low and slim design of the RollerMouse Free2 fits most keyboards without the need for further adjustment. If you want to customize the height and angle of your keyboard, simply insert the keyboard risers to find the most comfortable working position.
- The keyboard risers are covered with rubber to keep your keyboard in a firm and steady position. The more fixed RollerMouse Free2 is on the table or desk, the easier it is for you to find the right buttons and maintain your preferred working position.
- Tip: You can vary settings to adapt to thinner, more narrow or compact keyboards.
- RollerMouse Free2 is the lowest RollerMouse yet. Its 19.5 mm height makes it even easier to rest your hands and wrists in a neutral position.
- Working with flat wrists is the optimal ergonomic position for your body.
- Adjust the amount of pressure required to perform a mouse click. Use the click-force tension switch underneath the RollerMouse Free2 to choose from low to high settings.
- Tip: New users may like to start with a firm rollerbar click. Those familiar with RollerMouse may find using a lower click force faster.
- If your cursor cannot move further, simply slide the bar to the right or left until you hear a gentle click. This activates the end detection and the cursor can move anywhere on the screen.
- Tip: If you're using multiple screens, the end detection function allows you to re-align the cursor position.
- Choose between five cursor speeds ranging from 800 dpi to 1600 dpi for maximum precision. The speed increases by 200 dpi with a push of a button. Five lights above the triangular button indicate your current cursor speed.
|Operating System||Mac, Windows|
|Orientation||Right Hand, Left Hand, Ambidextrous|
|Tracking Method||Roller Bar|
|Interface Type||USB, Wired|
|Integrated Features||Scroll Wheel|