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As you might have gathered from the above, the main difference between the Pro and the Free has more to do with shape than functionality. The Ergo Keyboard Mat is designed to support ergonomic keyboards in need of a flat surface when working with the RollerMouse Pro2. RM-PRO2 with keyboard risers. Strictly plug and play for Windows XP, Vista, 7. Pressing the wheel for middle-click is also more difficult than it should be. Standard Mouse mode is recommended for more experienced users and has the cursor speed set to dpi. Still, the thicker palm rest and sealed track could be important to some users, and the price point is undeniably a little better with the Pro.

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RollerMouse Pro2 can work in two modes.

In my view, the default RollerMouse palm rest provides plenty of surface area for parking your hands; however, some users want more. Rather, the purpose of this review is to help you understand how the Pro differs from the Free, and why you might choose it. Home Mice RollerMouse Pro2.

RollerMouse Pro2 by Contour Design Inc. : ErgoCanada – Detailed Specification Page

This can lead to neck, shoulder and elbow pain and discomfort. Ambidextrous Cursor Control – By centrally locating the mouse buttons beneath the keyboard home keys, mouse control is equidistant from either hand.

The rollerbar works by rolling the bar to move the cursor up and down on the screen. The RollerMouse Pro2 pri 2 different cursor speed settings selected by a switch on the underside of the unit.


Tactile Replaceable Wrist Rollremouse RollerWave2 allows a longer and smoother transition from your desk to your mouse and keyboard. When working in Pro Mouse mode, which is the default setting, you can choose between or dpi as the cursor speed.

However, if preferred, you can switch the mode to ‘Standard Mouse’ mode. It sits below your keyboard, eliminating the need to reach for the mouse, which can stress your neck, shoulders, elbows, and wrist.

The default mode that conforu Rollermouse Pro2 ships in is ‘Pro Mouse’ mode. Again, this is just my impression, not the result of a scientific experiment. Optional Driver for Customized Button Actions: The RollerWave accessory replaces the built-in palm rest.

Contour RollerMouse Pro Review

A dial on bottom will adjust the tension of Rollerbar click rollrrmouse. For those who desire greater customization options, a downloadable driver is available for Mac or PC which allows user-specified actions for each button. There are three heights to choose from: Five levels of click force and two cursor speeds are available.

In Standard Mouse mode, ‘Copy’ and ‘Paste’ become ‘Forward’ and ‘Back’ in internet browsers, and the ‘Double Click’ reverts to a standard middle mouse button. The RollerMouse Pro2 also comes with removable leatherette palm supports that relieve stress on the wrists while typing and using the rollerbar.

The Best Value Ergonomic Mouse for RM-PRO2 with keyboard risers. Pressing the wheel for middle-click is also more difficult than it should be.

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If you have any questions about this or any other product, call us or email us. Eliminates Overreaching for a Traditional Mouse, Relieving Neck, Shoulder and Elbow Rolleemouse – Conventional keyboards will result in overreaching for the mouse as the user is forced to reach over the arrow keys and numeric keypad to get to the mouse.

RollerMouse Pro2

The keyboard is shown elevated on the risers for illustrative purposes — probably not the best real-world setup. Click with Any Finger – Use any finger to click rollernouse the rollerbar, unlike most mice which can lead to trigger finger as only the index finger is able to generate left clicks.

ErgoCanada – Detailed Specification Page. Problem solved… sort of.

Contour RollerMouse Pro Review – All Things Ergonomic

It will also realign the cursor position if you are using multiple screens. The RollerMouse Pro2’s unique feature is the ‘rollerbar’, a cylindrical trackball with an optical sensor of to dpi. This activates the end detection and the cursor will move anywhere on the screen. I still have my old sample RollerMouse Free, but its action is not as smooth as it used to be.