ChesterMouse™ One-Button computer mouse.
Model: CTMO
Brand: Chester Creek Technologies, Inc.

$23.95
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ChesterMouse™ One-Button computer mouse.

Green means go! One-button computer mouse.

Young children can be confused about whether to use the right or left button on a mouse, and clicking on small objects, using drag-and-drop and click-and-move can be frustrating. A standard mouse doesn’t fit into small hands or the buttons are just too far apart. Welcome Chester, a tiny single-button mouse with no scroll wheel, that’s easy to control and made of rugged plastic for strength and durability.

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Specifications:

  • Size: 3.38" long x 2.25" wide x 1.25" high
  • 1 button (left click)
  • 800 dpi Optical Tracking
  • Connector: USB with PS/2 adapter included
  • Operating System: Windows 98SE and newer , MAC OS 10.1.5 and newer
  • Safety: FCC CE Approved
  • Environmental: RoHS Compliant
  • Warranty: one year
  • Will work on a MAC
  • CPSIA Tested

 

 

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Great for small hands Dec 16, 2013 Anonymous
  This is a great mouse for children who have problems with the right click button! more...
Some Mouse! Feb 2, 2011 Lara Northcutt Mt. Pleasant sc
  Perfect size for small hands! The mouse itself is very colorful and students can begin using it quickly. more...
great tool Oct 5, 2010 Anonymous
  I purchased this mouse for a special needs child at our school. She had trouble clicking on items. A regular mouse has too many buttons for her. This will... more...
Great for CP kids! Jul 19, 2010 Rhonda Rosenlieb Beavercreek OH US
  I have 5 1/2 year old quadruplets, one with spastic quadriparesis Cerebral Palsy. While I got this mouse for him, the other 3 are using it too! And it is... more...
good ez mouse to use Mar 16, 2010 MeChele Baltimore
  "I bought this mouse for my husband to use since he has limited mobility in his hands, fingers, and mind. Too many buttons on a mouse really messes him up.... more...

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