On a whim, I entered Kensington’s contest on how people use their products. I won a $100 gift certificate for their online store, with the following entry:
“My students with disabilities have more independence and control with a Kensington trackball than with a mouse, and the programmable buttons streamline difficult tasks.”
This is really true, for many kids, since the trackball stays in place and doesn’t get swiveled around. And you CAN program the buttons to do specific things within specific programs. A simple click-lock means you don’t have to press and roll at the same time to drag something on screen. That’s huge for anyone with limited motor coordination.
There’s one more chance to win – and share your story…
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