Are there left-handed versions of the Pen-grip range?
Unfortunately our pen-grip mice only have right-handed models at the moment.
Since the shape is optimized and tuned for the right hand, we don't recommend using them in the left. But we do have a number of users that are left-handed and nevertheless use our mice in their right hand and have commented on how comfortable and natural it is.
If there is enough interest in left handed models we may produce them in the future. But this is not something we are working on at this stage
What operating systems is the Pen-grip range compatible with?
The Pen-grip range has configuration software for Windows 10, MacOS and iPadOS. But they can also be used on practically any other device which has mouse support. This includes Linux PCs and Android devices. * iPadOS support depends on iPadOS ...
What is the Pen-grip range?
Summary The Pen-grip range are our series of ultra-light and portable pen-grip mice. First introduced with the 300 series in 2011, they have since been refined over two generations to the current ProPoint and its siblings TRACPOINT, PadPoint, ...
Do Pen-grip mice work on iOS (iPad/iPhone)?
Supported Devices/Features All of the current Pen-grip range can be used on iOS devices. However which features are supported varies based on mouse model and iOS version. ProPoint, PadPoint and the Swiftpoint GT can be used across all apps with iOS ...
Pen-grip mouse tilt sensor calibration
The latest generation of Pen-grip mice use a gyroscope to detect when the mouse is tilted for gestures, and for controlling the cursor in presentation mode. If this is miss-calibrated it can cause a variety of issues including: No cursor movement. ...
How do I hold a Pen-grip mouse?
Our pen-grip mice should be held using just the thumb, index and middle finger of your right hand. Your thumb will rest on the left grip of the mouse pointing away from you. While your middle finger should sit on the grip opposite your thumb, just ...