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Assistive Mice


Assistive technology is designed to assist people with disabilities overcome their functional problems. Limitations caused by injury or disease may affect the individual's ability to operate standard computer input or output devices. In particular, the mouse presents a significant barrier to people who have muscle weakness, limited range of motion of their arm or hand, coordination difficultes, tremor, and missing digits. Assistive mice may enable individuals with these types of hand/arm disabilities to work on computers where otherwise the standard mouse was a barrier.





Pretorian Technologies

Pretorian Technologies manufacture a variety of assistive mice.

Model # Description Price In stock?
OAJ Optima Joystick
The ‘Optima Joystick’ does not require fine motor skills and is suitable for a wide range of computer users. It is designed for cursor movement to respond to the lightest touch (0.5 Newtons) for accurate, cursor navigation and precise targeting of objects on the computer screen.
Optima Joystick $315.00 No. Can be ordered.
OAT Optima Trackball
The ‘Optima Trackball’ does not require fine motor skills and is suitable for a wide range of computer users. It is designed for cursor movement to respond to the lightest touch (0.5 Newtons) for accurate, cursor navigation and precise targeting of objects on the computer screen.
Optima Trackball $180.00 No. Can be ordered.
ORB Orbitrack
An input device which allows computer users to control both the direction and speed of the cursor with a single, soft, touch. Unlike a mouse, trackball or joystick no hand or wrist movement is necessary and, unlike a touchpad, the cursor does not have to be driven around the screen by constant finger movement.
Orbitrack $295.00 No. Can be ordered.
NAT nAbler Trackball
This mouse alternative is designed to address the needs of computer users with limited hand control, motor skill difficulties, poor hand-eye co-ordination, lack of manual dexterity and involuntary muscle spasms. The large, high mass, free-running ball requires only a light touch which, together with the function buttons, makes for easy navigation, selection and manipulation of objects on the computer screen.
nAbler Trackball $365.00 No. Can be ordered.
NAJ nAbler Joystick
This mouse alternative is designed to address the needs of computer users with limited hand control, motor skill difficulties, poor hand-eye co-ordination, lack of manual dexterity and involuntary muscle spasms. The joystick version requires only a light touch which, together with the function buttons, makes for easy navigation, selection and manipulation of objects on the computer screen.
nAbler Joystick $450.00 Yes




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