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Ergo Slider Plus Roller Mouse

SKU: E9516

$330.00 inc GST

Bar Mice are a great way to get users to use both hands while mousing.

Designed to sit in front of your keyboard to keep your mouse central to your keyboard.

The roller bar allows you to move the cursor both vertical and horizontally with open hands.

The Ergoslider has 4 buttons and a scroll wheel. The four buttons default as left click, right click, copy and paste.

This unique mousing position reduces repetitive and straining shoulder movement.

One of the other main features is that you can switch between left and right hand mousing as you wish.

Using your finger tips to softly control the roller bar means you aren’t tensing your hand muscle to grip the mouse.

The rollerbar on the Ergoslider Plus can be removed to enable thorough cleaning of the mouse, this is unique to the Ergoslider Plus.

The performance of other rollermouse products is known to be affected by crumbs and other things getting caught behind the roller bar.

Specifications

Width: 390mm

Depth: 102mm

Number of Buttons: 4

Resolution (Cursor Speed):800 dpi

Plug & Play: Yes

Cable Length: 140cm

Weight: 400grams

Description

Do you require an ergonomic assessment for your work space?

Where an ergonomic assessment is required for your work space WA Library Supplies recommends using a qualified specialist. WorkFocus Australia is an independent company that provides these services.

WorkFocus Australia undertake Ergonomic (Workstation) Assessments to review an employee’s workstation in order to assist to reduce the risk of injury and maximise productivity.

The assessment can be brief or comprehensive in nature depending upon reported symptoms / diagnosis.

The aim of the Ergonomic Assessment is to review the current workstation, make recommendations regarding assistive equipment or work practice modifications that will assist a worker to recover from an injury or prevent aggravation of an injury and ensure maximum comfort at work.

All assessments are conducted by experienced Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists.

 

If you require further information please contact us

Request Ergonomic Assessment Information