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Posted by jkobsmom on September 28, 1999 at 10:11:45:

In Reply to: trackball mice for cerebral palsy posted by Rob Yates on September 25, 1999 at 21:06:57:

: Does anyone know where I can get a fairly large trackball with big switches.

My 4.5 year old son is a whizz on the puter using the "EasyBall" by Microsoft. He has limited
use of his hands and shoulders due to Spasticity. But, the "EasyBall" has allowed him FREEDOM.
The "EasyBall" has a large trackball, that moves easily, and a large button that clicks easily.
Go to most any Electronics store, or Computer store to find it. There may be a web site for it, via
Microsoft. In the store, ask for it by name, or just look for the large white mouse with a huge yellow ball with a blue button.
It was around $45, but well worth the price.

Hope this helps.

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