This allows all mousing activity to be performed in the area immediately ‘below’ their keyboard, eliminating the need to reach for a mouse. This feature can be helpful for individuals who find that they often accidentally click on the bar while typing. This can lead to neck, shoulder and elbow pain and discomfort. Yes Clickable Scroll Wheel: Ambidextrous use is encouraged and easily accomplished, to an even greater degree than with the older RollerMouse Pro2, as the rollerbar of the Free2 is substantially longer. I hope you too weave in a bit of ergo into your lives. The rollerbar works by rolling the bar to move the cursor up and down on the screen.

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The RollerMouse Pro is both larger and thicker than the Free.

Standard Mouse mode is recommended for more experienced users and has the cursor speed set to dpi. Asymmetrical reaching with one side of your body and not the other causes your muscle groups to compensate for the weight of your extended arm while reaching for a traditional mouse. Swapping out the palm rest is no trivial task.

RollerMouse Pro2

The default confoug that the Rollermouse Pro2 ships in is ‘Pro Mouse’ mode. This activates the end detection and the cursor will move anywhere on the screen. Set the click force and cursor speed to your liking with switches found underneath the mouse.


Ultra-slim keyboards are becoming increasing popular, so Contour Design has included two keyboard lifters that allow one to change the height and angle of the keyboard. Overall, the RollerMouse Pro is clunkier than the Free, a bit less accurate, and prp as friendly to use. Yes Adjustable Bar Click Force: I also think the ErgoMat should be wider, as I struggled to arrange my Freestyle on it at the usual width, without having a foot slip off the edge.

RollerMouse Pro2 RollerMouse Pro2 is confouf ergonomic mouse alternative designed for you, not your computer. The small dot requires least amount of pressure to click, and the large dot requires most amount of pressure rollermouae click. This is simply a thick rubber mat cut to fit into the aforementioned plastic dock, providing an even surface for ergo keyboards such as the Kinesis Freestyle V3 to sit on.

The RollerWave accessory replaces the built-in palm rest. However, if preferred, you can switch rollermouuse mode to ‘Standard Mouse’ mode. Home Mice RollerMouse Pro2. Black, Silver, or White.

Contour RollerMouse Pro Review – All Things Ergonomic

Integrated palm supports cushion the palms and provide relief for the wrists and forearms during keyboard typing and rollerbar navigation movements. These tabs are quite tricky. Download rollermuose RollerMouse Pro2 user manual Where to purchase?

The ErgoMat makes it possible to use configurations like this Kinesis Freestyle and V3 tilt kit setup. I still have my old sample RollerMouse Free, but its action is not as smooth as it used to be.


Still, the cofour palm rest and sealed track could be important to some users, and the price point is undeniably a little better with the Pro. There are three heights to choose from: Eliminates Overreaching for a Traditional Mouse, Relieving Neck, Shoulder and Elbow Pain – 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. The rollerbar works by rolling the bar to move the cursor up and down on the screen.

Ergo Keyboard Mat Accessory: RM-PRO2 with keyboard risers. Where the Free scrolling action is silky-smooth, the Pro wheel emits a distressing click at every nudge, making it feel resistant and rough.

rollermluse The Pro rollerbar is a different story. Rather, the purpose of this review is to help you understand how the Pro differs from the Free, and why you might choose it. A dial on bottom will adjust the tension of Rollerbar click force. I hope you too weave in a bit of ergo into your lives. ErgoCanada – Detailed Specification Page.