BJOY Stick A has a progressive joystick that allows moving the pointer in all directions, similar to what is found on a wheelchair, and allows the user to access their mouse and computer with precision and freedom of movement. It is sensitive and responsive in a sturdy case.
BJOY Stick C is a rugged microswitch joystick that allows controlling the pointer very easily since it moves only in 4 or 8 directions. Its sturdy construction with big buttons is ideal for someone with forceful, uncontrolled or unpredictable movements that could damage other devices.
Both styles include 4 clear covers for the buttons, labels to indicate button function, and plastic keyguard for buttons. Connect up to 4 external switches. Plug and play, compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux. 11.4” x 8.7” x 6.3”.
Using a keyguard is recommended for people who unintentionally could press a button because they have little precise movements or tremors. The keyguard allows user to rest their hand on the BJOY first and then press the button.
Includes BJOY software (free download) to customize and set key functions. All settings are stored in the BJOY Stick; no need to reconfigure when using it with a different device.
Adjust pointer speed, sensitivity, acceleration and auditory feedback to user’s needs.
Orient the device easily to adjust to user’s position.
Determine the time needed for a button-press to activate: ideal for individuals with tremors, or other involuntary movements Change the function assigned to each button: left click, right click, drag & drop, double click, or nothing.
Set a dwell function for the left click (AutoClick).
Configure the drag & drop function as a long press on the button selected.
Configure the joystick with no limited directions or limited to 2, 4 or 8 to simplify access to people with inaccurate movements.
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