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A mouth-controlled USB joystick (mouth, chin, cheek, or tongue) that lets users control their computer, mobile device, or switch-controlled devices or AAC system by sip-and-puff functions, or if on a respirator, by switch. Features include an advanced gaming mode for gaming enthusiasts, middle mouse button mode for scrolling capabilities and opening/closing browser tabs, and an alternative mouse mode for people with limited mobility that allows for easier cursor control by gentle nudging. Also available in a more compact, lighter version as JouseLite.

People who do not have the use of their hands or who have limited mobility.

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