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Contour Roller Mouse Pro 2 Black Ergonomic Design 5 Function Buttons And Scroll Wheel 750-1250 Dpi Resolution Soft-Touch Padding

by Contour

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions51 x 9 x 3.2 cm
Item model numberRM-PRO2-BLK
SeriesRollermouse PRO 2
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 33,279 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
Date First Available7 Feb. 2011

Product Description

Contour Roller Mouse Pro 2 Black

Roller Mouse Pro 2
Roller Mouse Pro 2
Now you can prevent or relieve pain by using a mouse that is different. With the scooter Pro2, everything you need is right in front of you. You control the mouse with the scroll bar, easy to use and extremely accurate. In addition, there are seven pre-programmed buttons, including one-click functions for double, copying and pasting.

Roller Mouse Pro 2
Easy and convenient!

The central arrangement means that you can keep your arms and hands in a comfortable position in front of you and do not have to reach for the mouse.

Pain in shoulders, elbows, neck and other symptoms of unilateral repetitive work can be prevented or alleviated.

Can be used to change for better comfort and can easily be-operated with the left and right hand.

Easy and accurate cursor control with the fingertips.

Adjustable speed of the cursor for quick and accurate adjustment to the respective software.

Unique keyboard support, with the keyboard angle and height which can be optimally adjusted

Reduce physical stress and greater accuracy, so that you can solve tasks easier and more efficiently.

Roller Mouse Pro 2
Roller Mouse Pro 2 in Black
  • Longer roller for easier grip
  • Seven pre-programmed functions, including 1-click functions for double click, copy and paste.
  • Individually programmable keys.
  • Unique keyboard support, keyboard angle and height always optimal.
  • Improved wrist support offers superior quality and made of solid leather.
  • Adjustable speed of the mouse for optimal accuracy.
User experiences

Over 500,000 users already enjoy the RollerMouse's increased productivity and lower Current pressure

Easy to start

Suitable for PC and laptop. Simply plug into a USB port plug - and ready!

Technical details:
  • Centrally positioned pointing device with mouse control by roll bar
  • Ergonomic
  • Optical sensor
  • Built-in wrist support
  • Material of the wrist restraints from solid synthetic leather
  • Well suited for stationary work
  • Well suited for wide keyboards with number pad
  • Speed and accuracy (dpi) 750/1250
  • 7 buttons / functions
  • 16 cm wide roll bar
  • Individual adjustment of the sensitivity of the click-roll bar possible
  • Connecting with a USB cable
  • Length: 51 cm
  • Height: 3.2 cm
  • Depth (with keyboard support) 9 cm (25.5 inches)
  • Plug and Play installation
  • Compatibility with PC and Mac
  • Operating system Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP/ME/98; 2008/2003/2000/NT4.0 Microsoft Windows, Apple OSX, Apple Mac OS 8.1 or later

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Fraser on 1 Sept. 2012
Takes a couple of weeks to get used to this but one you're up and running you'll never look back. Took away shoulder pain and numb fingers and arm aches and these have stayed away all the two years I have used this produce.
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By Patrick on 3 Oct. 2014
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It takes a couple of days to really get used to not grabbing a separate mouse, it's more accurate for cutting out photoshop work. Its a good wrist rest too. No shoulder pain now.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 59 reviews
47 of 47 people found the following review helpful
Great, but needs software 26 Jan. 2011
By D. C Smith - Published on
I had the original Rollermouse Pro and decided to upgrade as my other one was getting worn out. I have to say that, in general, the roller mouse is FAR more efficient and a regular mouse, and I will NEVER go back. I am a programmer and it definitely makes me more efficient at all tasks. There is not a single thing a regular mouse does better or faster, mainly because with this you don't ever have to move your hands or wrist away from the keyboard. Mind you I am talking about a desktop PC, not a laptop, where mobility would be more an issue.

That said, this new version has a serious flaw, which is that it does not come standard with software to re-map or customize the buttons. The old Rollermouse Pro did, and it even worked with Win7. I did speak with a tech support rep who was extremely helpful and pleasant and he pointed me to this third-party software, which basically does the same thing until Contour comes out with their own OEM software:

The software is called "X-Mouse Button Control" and lets you remap the Rollermouse Pro2's buttons. Be aware you have to change the switch on the backside of the roller mouse to the "standard" position or else this mapping software will NOT work.

Finally, the Pro2 feels tighter than the Pro. Maybe it just needs to be broken in some more (I've only had it a few days) but the effort to slide the roller and use the scroll wheel is sometimes higher than I'm used to.

By the way, it will take you about a week or two to retrain yourself to use this device and get away from the mouse. But once you learn, you can easily go back to mouse if you need. Highly recommended! Price is a bit high, that's the only reason I don't give it 5 stars. Should be 99 dollars not 199.

UPDATE: September 2012. I went back to using an original RollerMouse Pro, not the "Pro2". I had too many issues with the scroll wheel (jittery and would move on it's own sometimes) and the general feel of the roller bar on the Pro2 model that was interfering with my work. Luckily their tech support is OUTSTANDING and they not only gave me three replacement RollerMouse 2's to try, but when I said none worked better than my original, they sent me a brand new original RollerMouse Pro at no cost. The only reason I got the "2" was because the roller bar on my "1" got a bit warped over time from constant use. You can find the originals on eBay sometimes.

Hope this helps somebody.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Nice alternative to the mouse 18 Jan. 2012
By quisten8 - Published on
As an editor, I recently had repetitive strain injury, and workers comp arranged for an ergonomic review. The reviewer recommended this device, and I think it is definitely helping. I had to move the mouse away from where I'm working at first, but now I'm used to the RollerMouse and it seems comfortable and intuitive. I also like Kensington TrackballPro (the one with the big ball) which is what I use at home with my Mac. But, if I could afford this for home, I'd switch. It's very slick. One downside for those of us with small hands is that you have quite a reach from the RollerMouse to the keyboard. A colleague at work bought something similar called the Emotion Trackbar. I tried it and it's like the jalopy version of this, just awful. Three of us in the office have now tried using that Emotion trackbar, and I'm certain it will be relegated to a drawer or the roundfile. Compared to the Emotion trackbar, the RollerMouse 2 is a Cadillac. What a beautiful product. You get what you pay for, all right.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Great device 26 Sept. 2012
By RG - Published on
I have been having trouble with my right arm for years. I bought this product because the pain and stiffness from using a regular mouse was just too bad - the doctor is not sure if it is carpal tunnel, tendinitis, chronic compartment syndrome, or a combination.

This is a lot of money for a pointing device. Also, it is difficult to use if you have a dual monitor setup (or more than one monitor) when you try to move between screens. If you go too far to the left or right, then the mouse stops, and you have to push extra hard in that direction for it to keep going. This bug is very difficult to deal with if you have chronic pain and inflammation like I do; a normal user shouldn't have any difficulty.

The roller bar is smooth and fun to use. Its movement is silky smooth and easy to use. Unfortunately the buttons and their placement takes a lot of time to learn. You can push on the rollerbar itself to click, but that takes more strength than I have. The Rollermouse is great for email, using word processing programs, navigating spreadsheets, and surfing the internet. However, I find it difficult to use for technical drawing, drafting, or GIS with this device. Oftentimes I wish I had my mouse for drafting so I could just get something done quickly.

Bottom line: not good for multi-monitor setups; good for those with RSI injuries to allow their arm/hand/wrist to rest in a more neutral position.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
this saves my hand 17 Sept. 2010
By Mark L. Goldberg - Published on
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this is a very ergonomic device and there's no stress or strain on the hands/arms. I'm an editor and am at the computer at least 8 hours a day.... this device has saved my life because clutching a regular mouse and caused nerve damage in my hand. I love the roller mouse pro.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Whether it works for you depends on your situation 26 Jan. 2013
By CenVillager - Published on
This mouse may be good for some people, but I was not one of those people. If you have aches and pains in your shoulder from moving a regular mouse around by hand then it may be beneficial because your arms rest in front of you and only your fingers need to move to operate the RollerMouse.

My problem was that pains were developing in my index finger and right hand, something perhaps like carpal tunnel syndrome. I thought the mouse might help and with a 30 day trial I figured I had nothing to lose to try it out.

I found that the RollerMouse does work, but that it took a great deal of training and practice before I got comfortable with it. Even after that time I was never able to use it for precision work. I do a lot of Photoshop work which requires very precise tracing around irregular edges and the RollerMouse failed to give me the accuracy I needed regardless of how hard I tried.

The three settings for the mouse adjust the rate of mouse movement. However even the slowest setting failed to allow me perfect precision.

I also discovered that with a large monitor, such as a 27 inch monitor, that the cursor sometimes fails to travel all the way to the end of the screen easily. It appears to bump up against an invisible barrier and then requires two or three pushes and taps in the direction you wish to cursor to go in order to get it to move the end of the screen. This quickly became annoying. I spoke to tech support about this issue and was told that smaller or slower mouse movements sometimes trick the roller mouse into thinking your work area is smaller.

On the plus side, using this mouse does move the cursor very quickly across the screen. I can see how using this mouse to move the cursor for text entry could well save time.

After I decided to return the mouse and received a return authorization number I experienced what I consider an unacceptably long delay in getting a refund. I waited 6 days after UPS confirmed delivery before I made a phone call to check on the status of my refund. As it turned out I needed 3 phone calls and conversations with 4 different people and a total of 14 days before I actually received the refund credit.

I found that the solution to my particular problem with pain developing in the right hand was to use a mouse with my left hand to give the right hand a rest. In fact I discovered that you can use two mice AT THE SAME TIME, one in the right hand and one in the left hand without confusing the computer. This now enables me to give my right hand a break and use my left hand to move the mouse and click and share the workload between both hands. This has relieved a great deal of the stress and strain on my right hand.

So whether this mouse is good for you depends on what condition you're looking to remedy. It is costly. In fact IMHO I feel it is grossly overpriced. But then it is the only mouse of its kind so the company can charge whatever it pleases.

If after reading all of the reviews and comments you feel it might be beneficial for you, I suggest you give it a try. Just be sure to live within the 30 day trial so that you can get a refund if it fails to suit you.

I do hope it works for you.
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