The AbleNet TrackerPro is a computer input device that takes the place of a mouse for people with little or no hand movement. A high-resolution, intelligent camera, it emulates a mouse using the movements from a small dot placed on your forehead, glasses, or the rim of a hat. No additional software is required - simply plug TrackerPro into the USB port of your computer and mount on a MacBook or iMac.
You can use it for drawing, drafting, or any other application requiring fine cursor control.
High-resolution CCD camera for ultra-smooth, pixel-perfect tracking
Requires no additional software—simply plug into the USB port and go
45-degree field of view so you can sit anywhere in front of your Mac
Operates even in direct sunlight
Scroll by moving your head up and down
Use TrackerPro on any type of computer
Front LED indicators make it easy to know when TrackerPro sees a dot
Includes one sheet of reflective dots
What’s in the Box
Six-foot USB extension cable
3.5 mm RCA splitter
Dwell Clicker 2 demo
Cable Length: 6 ft./1.8 m
Height: 3.3 in./8.3 cm
Length: 2 in./5.1 cm
Width: 2 in./5.1 cm
Weight: 4 oz./113 g
Mfr. Part Number: 12060100
UPC or EAN No.: 186648000128
Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Warranty: Two-year limited
Answers from the community
Can this be used for eye tracking?
- Asked by Aaron M from Chapel Hill
- on Dec 23, 2016
Hello Aaron. I have been using this [older version] for over 15 years. It won't track the eyes. Howe Hello Aaron. I have been using this [older version] for over 15 years. It won't track the eyes. However, you can adjust the sensitivity to move the cursor a great length with little effort. I personally would keep looking on other accessibility stores first, or even test one out first. Even though sensitivity can be adjusted, it can be a frustrating learning curve. I just found out Apple sold this item. Have you had any luck finding any other products that suite his computer accessibility needs? Derek
- Answered by Derek C from Grafton
- on Sep 28, 2018