Precision, Control, and the feel-good factor.
RollerMouse Pro2 is an ergonomic mouse alternative designed for you, not your computer. It sits in below your keyboard, eliminating the need to reach for the mouse, which can stress your neck, shoulders, elbows, and wrist. RollerMouse Pro2 allows you to work safer, faster, and more comfortably.
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. Vary your hand movements with the rollerbar click function.
- Copy. Ctrl + C with just one click.
- Right Click. Use the large right button to right click.
- Double click. Get two clicks in one with the ‘one touch’ double click.
- Scroll wheel. Move up and down comfortably, middle click, and auto-scroll lock.
- Left click. Use the large left button to left 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.
Tip: Try to keep your wrists and hands flat in a neutral position. It's the safest working posture for your body.
- The rubber-coated rollerbar gives you solid and precise cursor control with minimal force. This allows you to move the cursor with a light touch, which relaxes your fingers, hands, and arms.
- 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 wide opening of the rollerbar allows you to place several fingers, from one or both hands, parallel to each other. This improves control and precision while reducing and distributing the workload throughout both hands.
- The optical sensor detects rollerbar 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.
- The keyboard risers are covered with rubber to keep your keyboard in a firm and steady position. The more fixed RollerMouse Pro2 is on the table or desk, the easier it is for you to find the right buttons and maintain your preferred working position.
- Tip: If you are using a ergonomic keyboard, the Ergo Keyboard Mat will provide a flat surface for the keyboard to lay flat on.
- Keyboard risers allow you to customize the height and angle of your keyboard. Simply adjust the risers to find the most comfortable position.
- Tip: You can vary settings to adapt to thinner, more narrow or compact keyboards.
- RollerMouse Pro2 comes in the default "Pro Mouse" mode. However, the more experienced user can use the switch button underneath RollerMouse to change the settings.
- Pro Mouse Mode
- Recommended and default setting.
- Choose between cursor speed of 750 or 1250 dpi.
- Standard Mouse Mode
- The cursor speed will be set to 1250 dpi when in this mode.
- A dial underneath RollerMouse Pro2 lets you choose between five levels of rollerbar click force. The dial can be rotated from a low to high setting. You can adapt and adjust the rollerbar click force, which may vary according to level of usage.
- 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.
- With the flick of a switch underneath RollerMouse Pro2, you can change your cursor speed and level of precision from 750 dpi to 1250 dpi. The faster speed setting makes it easier to reach further with the same rollerbar movement.
- Tip: New users may want to start with low cursor speed. Once familiar with RollerMouse, we recommend selecting a higher cursor speed.
|Operating System||Mac, Windows|
|Orientation||Right Hand, Left Hand, Ambidextrous|
|Tracking Method||Roller Bar|
|Interface Type||USB, Wired|
|Integrated Features||Scroll Wheel|