CCT Tiny Mouse Optical - ChesterMouse Children's Computer Mouse - optical - 1 button(s) - wired - PS/2, USB
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Green means go! One-button computer mouse.
Young children can be confused about whether to use the right or left button on a mouse, and clicking on small objects, using drag-and-drop and click-and-move can be frustrating. A standard mouse doesn't fit into small hands or the buttons are just too far apart. Welcome Chester, a tiny single-button mouse with no scroll wheel, that's easy to control and made of rugged plastic for strength and durability. - - - - Specifications: ---- ----
Size: 3.38" long x 2.25" wide x 1.25" high
1 button (left click)
800 dpi Optical Tracking
Connector: USB with PS/2 adapter included
Operating System: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, Windows 7, MAC OS 10.1.5 and higher
Safety: FCC CE Approved
Environmental: RoHS Compliant
Warranty: one year
Will work on a MAC
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|Product Length:||3.38 inches|
|Product Width:||2.0 inches|
|Product Height:||1.25 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.2 pounds|
|Package Length:||4.7 inches|
|Package Width:||3.0 inches|
|Package Height:||1.7 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.2 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 117 reviews|
1 Button Left Click / 800 DPI Optical tracking - Size: 3.38" long x2.25" wide x 1.25 high
Operating System: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, MAC-OS 10.1.5 and higherMinimum system requirements: Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista, Apple Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later, Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
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Specifications: Size: 3.38" long x 2.25" wide x 1.25" high 1 button (left click) 800 dpi Optical Tracking Connector: USB with PS/2 adapter included
Operating System: Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, Windows 7, MAC OS 10.1.5 and higher Safety: FCC CE Approved Environmental: RoHS Compliant Warranty: one year Will work on a MAC CPSIA Tested
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45 of 45 found the following review helpful:
Night and Day Apr 05, 2010
By C. Hart
My 2 1/2 year old daughter got a educational computer game as a present and hardly used it because it was hard for her to use any of our mice. She would get distracted by the scroll wheel, or accidentally clicked the right-button, etc...
I bought this mouse thinking it might help a little, but it was amazing how much difference it really made.
I would highly recommend this to anyone teaching a 2+ year old how to use a computer.
- USB (easy enough for my daughter to plug in the front port)
- One Button
- Small child-friendly size
- Long cord
- Solid construction (she hasn't broken it yet :)
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Computer Beginners Mar 03, 2010
By James Mactavish
This is a must for little hands; it has a nice small, attractive size.
It is a lifesaver for my 3 y/o when he plays learning games; one button
does away with all of the hassle caused by right clicking.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
The best investment for my 2 yr old! Feb 17, 2010
By Allie's Mommy
Chester mouse is an awesome little mouse!
I bought this with my 2.5 yr old in mind, but I also have a 5 yr old & she likes it too. It's smaller than I pictured it, but that is better for my 2 yr old. I had been looking around for a one-button mouse that was wireless & small for her, as I have a large wireless Microsoft mouse that came with my wireless keyboard. We have two computers that the girls use, my new laptop with Vista & an older laptop with XP on it. (Both hooked up semi-permanently with a keyboard, mouse & external monitor.) Both girls would right click by accident all the time & the scrolling wheel would do strange things on the Vista machine for them.
I had purchased a couple "laptop" versions of wireless mice for them and had no luck (especially with the Microsoft laptop mouse... the older one dropped it on the basement floor by accident & broke it... Microsoft did replace it for me though). After the Microsoft mouse broke, I was searching for a STURDY small mouse. I purchased a blue Logitech wireless laptop mouse & the 5 yr old seems to be doing well with it (that one's been dropped too but it seems to be more sturdy!), but the 2 yr old still had the right-click problems with it. So we put that in the basement since that's where the older one tends to play her games. I then looked into a "kids" mouse that was wireless, but it didn't work with Vista; it also had two buttons which I was trying to avoid for the 2 yr old. So I purchased Chester Mouse for Xmas for both girls, but more with the little one in mind. She absolutely loves it! She loves "Chester's" face on it at the bottom & she loves the small size! Now when she wants to use my computer, she goes right to the drawer we keep it in, saying "Own mouse, own mouse!" The wired part is not a problem at all, even with how I have my laptop set up on my desk. I also don't need to unplug my large wireless mouse at all... I simply put it out of her reach while she's playing. (Both work at the same time; what ever mouse you move moves the arrow.) I thought the 5 yr old might think it was too small & babyish, but she seems to enjoy using it as well... probably b/c she knows she gets so frustrated with the large Microsoft wireless one at my desk.
Definitely worth it if you have a 2 or 3 yr old... If you are looking for a 5 or 6 yr old, you might be fine with the Logitech wireless laptop mouse or similar one, but you may need to be willing to try out a few & have some bad luck with them... I found that you need one with a non-sensitive scroll wheel (or no scroll wheel), a non-sensitive mouse-click, and a mouse that is small... it was hard to find all of these things! And keep in mind, there is a time frame to return computer mice at most stores... If you are not willing to put up with trying out (& being unsuccessful with some), then just get Chester for them, too.
Purchasing Chester Mouse was also far better than trying to download & install a program that changes the mouse from one-click to two! (Yes, we tried that, too!)
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Perfect for little hands Sep 12, 2012
My daughter is almost two and I bought this mouse so she could play on ABC Mouse. She struggled with the two-button mouse I have, so I thought this would make it easier for her. It is perfect! It is small enough for her little hands and the single button makes it easy for her to click what she wants.
14 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Great mouse for kids Dec 28, 2009
By Little Lady
This is a great mouse for kids playing the computer as they don't have both buttons to contend with and are not constantly opening things like adobe by mistakenly right clicking.
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