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Orbitrack

Orbitrack Orbitrack

This revolutionary new input device allows computer users to control the direction and speed of the cursor with a single, soft touch.

Requiring no hand or wrist movement, it represents a significant advance in computer input technology and is suitable for all computer users, particularly young children and those with motor skill difficulties and motor impairment.

Orbitrack uses a control ring to manage cursor movement for precise targeting of objects on the screen. Unlike a mouse, trackball or joystick no hand or wrist movement is necessary, and unlike a touch pad, the cursor does not have to be ‘driven’ around the screen by constant finger movement.


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