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Jouse2 Revision 2.2

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Eastern Massachusetts:
Easter Seals Assistive Technology Regional Center

Description: The all new Jouse 2 is an advanced joystick-operated USB mouse that is controlled with your mouth. Just move the precision joystick with your mouth, cheek, chin or tongue to shift the mouse cursor wherever you want. The further you move the joystick, the faster the cursor travels. You can perform right-click, left-click and double-click actions with the sip and puff switches built into the Jouse2 moves the cursor. The Jouse2 requires minimal action. The cursor movement is fast, smooth and very accurate, which is great for drawing and playing games. The Jouse2 supports four user-selectable versions of Morse Code text input with Dual-tone audio via the sip-and-puff controller. The Jouse2 will mount to almost any desktop. It also includes mounting options for ancillary equipment such as microphones, switches and Web-cams. Compusult also offers custom Jouse2 mounting hardware, switch controls, and interfaces for many special needs.
Loan Time: 4 weeks
Approximate Replacement Cost: $1317.50
Accessories: None listed
Does use of this item require support? Yes (What does this mean?)
Manufacturer: Compusuit Limited

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