Mousetrapper advance 2.0 is our top-selling Mousetrapper model, and is now available in two versions with stylish accent colours: white or turquoise. Advance 2.0 relieves and prevents repetitive strain injuries and other problems that can occur when you use a conventional mouse.
Because Mousetrapper is positioned centrally in front of the keyboard it encourages an ergonomically healthy position that keeps your arms close to your body and your hands near the keyboard. This helps you avoid and in many cases relieve strain injuries that can arise from over-stretching your arm, as you do with a conventional mouse. It eliminates the need to stretch beyond the keyboard while using the mouse. The wide, cushioned wrist supports also relieve strain on your neck, shoulders, arms and wrists.
Mousetrapper advance 2.0 is the successor to our very popular Mousetrapper advance model, and is available in two versions with stylish accent colours: white or turquoise. A total of six programmable buttons give you more options for setting up Mousetrapper to work exactly the way you want. The cursor speed has also increased and there is now a completely new scroll function, with buttons for scrolling up and down. The downloadable MT Keys software has also been upgraded with significantly more features for advance 2.0. There is also a completely new version of MT Keys for Windows 10, which can be downloaded from Microsoft Store. Replaceable wrist supports make it easier to keep the product clean. Mousetrapper advance 2.0 has a folding keyboard support, which makes it equally compatible with new low-profile keyboards and higher-profile standard keyboards.
By placing your index, middle and ring fingers on the control pad you can control the cursor with simple movements as the control pad moves smoothly in two dimensions. You can also left-click anywhere on the control pad.
MT Keys software lets you easily reconfigure the existing functions of your Mousetrapper to choose exactly the functions you want. MT Keys software is easy to download from the Mousetrapper website.