Microsoft will release a mouse and other PC accessories for people with disabilities on October 25

Microsoft will release a mouse and other PC accessories for people with disabilities on October 25

In May of this year, Microsoft announced the launch of adaptive computer accessories designed to help people with disabilities to interact more comfortably with computers. Now, a software giant announced that sales of these devices in some markets would begin on October 25.

Users will be able to use the Adaptive Button programmable buttons, the adaptive mouse and the Adaptive Hub concentrater, which will enable up to four programmable buttons to be connected to three devices. A wireless mouse is a small flat platform that can be attached to the palm support and has a removable tail and a thumb support. The mouse and button design can be changed with modular components that can select the optimal option depending on the user ' s needs.

It is noted that mouse and programmable buttons support the installation of 3D print elements. This allows accessories to be converted into fully personalized devices. Microsoft clients from business and education will be able to print adaptive captures for the use of the Business Pen pen or Classroom Pen 2. The value of the accessories submitted has not yet been disclosed.