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Alternative Access Methods

Gyro Head Mouse

Our Gyro Head Mouse makes computer use possible for those who cannot use a standard mouse, providing wireless, accurate computer access by registering even the smallest movements of the user's head with a USB receiver.

The headband configuration is a new, more comfortable way to wear a wireless gyroscopic mouse. Unlike other head mouses, your device does not need to be placed right in front of you for your eye movements to be read. Its flexible design makes it suitable for most users without any adjustments, and it can be used while the user is resting the head on a pillow or a headrest. 


The mouse can be charged while attached to the headband and is available in black, white, red and purple.

Gyro Head Mouse
Easy Switch Bundle
Two switches and a dongle

The low-profile Easy Switch is ideal for use with switch accessible games and the included switch operated software. The bundle includes two switches and a dongle, with no software to install. Simply connect the Easy Switch to a USB port to use.

The multi-channel wireless receiver has a range of more than 10 meters, and Caps Lock and Drag Lock LEDs are included in an integrated LED display.

IR Head Mouse
IR Head Mouse

The IR Head Mouse provides hands-free access to AAC devices, computers or tablets, replacing the standard computer mouse for individuals who cannot use or have limited use of their hands. The head mouse translates natural movements of a user's head into directly proportional mouse pointer movements.


The head mouse has a wireless infrared optical sensor which tracks a tiny disposable target worn by the user on the forehead, glasses, or even a hat. With its high tracking resolution, pixel-precise control makes drawing, photo editing, graphic illustration, and Computer Aided Design (CAD) possible.

Enable Eyes® Module
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The Enable Eyes module is a state-of-the-art eye tracking device that can easily be added to any WinSlate™ device, which is paramount to meeting the needs of those with progressive disorders such as ALS.


If a user can currently use finger touch as their access method but may someday require eye tracking, you can purchase a portable device now and add the Enable Eyes module if and when it is needed.

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