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Duo is a wireless mouse for everyone. With Duo, a user can easily control the mouse cursor with fine motor or gross motor movements. Left-clicks and right-clicks are controlled with accessibility switches or the standard left-click and right-click buttons on Duo. Duo can also be used as a stand-alone switch interface and works with switch scanning software that utilizes left-click or right-clicks.
Duo includes a high-precision optical sensor that provides smooth and precise cursor movement. The soft-touch coating on Duo provides comfort when using and also provides a non-slip surface to hold.
Use as a standard mouse by activating the left- and right-click buttons or scroll wheel on Duo.
The user moves the mouse with gross motor or fine motor movements to position the mouse cursor on the screen in the desired location. The user then activates one or two switches for left and right clicks.
The user has a partner who moves the mouse to position the mouse cursor on the screen in the desired location. The user then activates one or two switches for left and right clicks.
The user does not need to move a mouse cursor but instead uses Duo as a switch interface when a switch accessible software responds to the left or right mouse click.
Connects: Bluetooth or included USB wireless receiver
Soft-touch coating is comfortable and provides a non-slip surface
High-precision optical sensor for precise cursor movement
Use accessibility switches for left- and right-clicking (switches not included)
Requires 2 AAA batteries (batteries not included)
iPad with iPadOS 13 or newer, iPhone with iOS 13 or newer
Most computers running the latest version of macOS or Windows
Most other devices that can use a standard Bluetooth or USB mouse
When paring my device to an iPad, iPhone, or other Apple device, why am I seeing a message stating “Using this accessory may affect Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity”?
Information provided by Apple (as of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4) states that the message is to inform consumers of possible performance issues that could impact the functionality of their device by having too many unused Bluetooth device actively paired at the same time. Their recommendation to reduce the wireless connection impact is to disconnect unused Bluetooth devices that are not actively in use.
This can be done by going into Settings -> Bluetooth, tap the blue information button next to the accessory's name, then tap Disconnect or Forget.
We fully test our devices to ensure proper performance with Apple devices running the latest iOS or iPadOS operating systems to confirm compatibility.