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Microsoft reinvents the mouse for people with disabilities

Microsoft's new Adaptive Accessories line is intended to provide an easier mouse and keyboard experience for people with disabilities. Image: Microsoft

Mark Wilson

Senior Writer, Fast Company


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The mouse is part of Microsoft’s new Adaptive Accessories line Image: Microsoft
Image: Microsoft

In 2019 the company released the Xbox Adaptive Controller. Image: Microsoft
The new Microsoft Adaptive Button is a small square, with eight pressure sensors on top. Image: Microsoft
Microsoft suggests some people might want just two buttons. Image: Microsoft
Image: Microsoft

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