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The new BIGtrack Wireless is a mouse designed for users who have difficulties with fine motor control. The large 3-in (7.62-cm) trackball and the broad base of BIGtrack Wireless make it easy to move the mouse cursor while using gross motor movements of the hand, arm, or foot. Once the user positions mouse cursor, the two oversized left- and right-click buttons are easily accessible
Wireless connection via Bluetooth or included USB wireless adapter
Use accessibility switches for left- and right-clicking (switches not included)
Make dragging and dropping easier with Drag Lock
Low powered laser mouse sensor decreases power consumption by 80% compared to the original BIGtrack design
Requires 2 AA batteries (not included)
iPad with iPadOS 13 or iPhone with iOS 13 or newer
Computers with the latest macOS or Windows operating systems
Most other devices that can use a standard Bluetooth or USB mouse
The drag lock feature enables a user to move objects on the screen without having to hold the mouse-click button down. To activate the drag lock feature, the user positions the mouse cursor over the item on the screen they would like to move. Once the user positions the cursor, double right-click to lock onto the item. Once locked, the user can move the item with the trackball. Once the user reaches the desired location, activate either the right- or left-click button one time to release the item.
BIGtrack Wireless includes two 1/8-in (3.5-mm) mono/TS accessibility switch jacks. Connecting an accessibility switch on the left side of BIGtrack Wireless will allow the user to left-click via the accessibility switch. Connecting an accessibility switch on the right side of BIGtrack Wireless will allow the user to right-click via the accessibility switch. Accessibility switches not included.
Trackball Size: 3-in (7.62-cm)
Connection Type: Bluetooth or included USB wireless adapter
What driver does the BIGtrack Wireless use?
The BIGtrack Wireless uses the generic USB Human Interface Device (HID) driver of the operating system.
How can I adjust the speed of the cursor?
You will want to adjust the speed of the cursor within the mouse setting of your computer’s operating system.
What are the dimensions of the BIGtrack Wireless?
6.9” (175.26 mm) x 6.7” (170.18 mm) x 3.1” (78.74 mm).
Why is there a delay with the right click?
The delay is from the Drag Lock function. This function can be turned off with the Drag Lock switch on the BIGtrack Wireless. See the Quick Start Guide for further details.