The SmartNav 4 EG infrared mouse controller allows you to move your favorite computer cursor around without having to move one’s hands, and this is so because it was specially designed for folks who are unable to use computer mice no thanks to repetitive stress injury. This device is placed on top of your monitor, where it will track a reflective spot which in turn is attached to the user’s glasses, hat or forehead. A tiny movement in the head allows one to move the cursor from one end of the screen to another. Mouse clicks can occur via a variety of options including a keyboard key, one’s voice, a dedicated USB foot and hand switch. The SmartNav 4 EG will retail for $399 a pop.
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