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Dataarbetsplats i hemmet med en MouseTrapper, (svensk text)

User sits at workstation
User sits at workstation

Computer with MouseTrapper
Computer with MouseTrapper

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Computer workstation at home with MouseTrapper

MouseTrapper facilitates computer work – suitable for persons who have or are at risk of having shoulder problems

The work table consists of two IKEA tables. The user works on a computer and uses a MouseTrapper. A MouseTrapper allows the user to keep her hands on the keyboard while controlling the mouse. The mouse consists of a rubber coated steel rod and two buttons. The rod can be controlled by rolling or sliding. By rolling and sliding simultaneously the mouse can move freely in all directions. MouseTrapper is easy to install (mechanically).

Authors comments
The user is extremely satisfied with the MouseTrapper. It allows an ergonomic position because it is centered in front of the body and has a wrist support.

Purchased from
Computer equipment

Paid for by
County Council (MouseTrapper); otherwise the user

Tip is dated from 2007

Categories for this tip
communication » use of computer, work, employment, occupation » communication at work, workplace, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

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