Contour Design

RollerMouse Pro3 | Contour Design

  • RollerMouse Pro3 is an updated version the RollerMouse Pro2.

    The RollerMouse is an ergonomic alternative to the traditional mouse that sits directly in front of your keyboard. You move the cursor by touching the rollerbar lightly with your fingertips.

    The traditional mouse forces you to use your arms, back, shoulders, neck, hands, and wrists to perform a simple task - moving the cursor on a computer screen. This is the root of many potential problems, from repetitive strain injuries such as Carpal Tunnel to Tendonitis or simply causing pain.

    Solid, sleek design provides easy cursor movement and pinpoint accuracy control.

    Why RollerMouse is a better way to work.

    Better movement

    You can move the cursor using both hands. This helps avoid discomfort and prevent pain by varying your position.

    In the zone

    It is placed in the middle of the recommended work zone, eliminating long and repetitive reaching movements.

    Less demanding

    Does not require your back, neck, and shoulders to be involved in mouse work.

    No grip

    It is stationary and grip-less, reducing static and tense hand positions.


    Built-in wrist supports helps you avoid resting your weight on your wrists, reducing stress and strain.

    Personalized features

    Five centrally-located buttons come pre-programmed to perform everyday, common mouse functions including copy, paste and a 'one-touch' double-click; customize any of these buttons to perform your favorite shortcuts. The cursor speed, scroll wheel and rollerbar are also customizable. By default, the cursor speed button allows you to choose from ten speeds, ranging from 600 to 2400 dpi. Colored lights signify which speed setting you are currently using.

    A new look and feel

    A sturdier, aluminum base reduces risk of slipping and provides more durability. Premium leatherette padding runs the full length of the unit, offering extra wrist support. The scroll wheel has a seamless glide up, down and across the page. Keyboard risers are inserted at the back of the unit to provide height and create an ideal transition between keyboard and RollerMouse. A slider switch on the bottom of the unit is used to adjust the click force.