When is a mouse not a mouse?

10th September 2004 at 01:00
* When is a mouse not a mouse? When it's a teddy bearI Early learners and children with motor disabilities can now come to terms with controlling on-screen computer action with a new teddy-bear tracker-ball from Keytools.

The BIGTtrack (above) is colourful, attractive and costs pound;55 ex VAT.

Find out more from www.keytools.com or call 023 80584314.

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