These computer mice are sized specifically for younger students who are beginning to learn computer skills. Both the wide (KM100) and narrow (KM200) mice are ideal tools to engage students and inspire computer creativity with their bright colors.
Each mouse is built with rugged ABS plastic for classroom safety and durability to withstand daily use in classrooms, libraries and computer labs. They include reinforced connectors at both ends that resist accidental pull out and a 4' cord with USB & PS2 connectors. Roller button functioning and optical tracking ensure higher accuracy and ease of use to aid student productivity. These mice are guaranteed for one million clicks and are Windows compatible.
Reinforced connector resists pull out for safety
Smaller size designed for use by younger students
Rugged ABS plastic for durability and school safety
USB and PS2 connection
Optical tracking for higher accuracy and ease of use
1 million clicks / one year warranty for school use - unlike computer peripheral products purchased from consumer electronics stores whose warranties would be voided if used in schools
Kids Computer Peripheral Package
Listening First™ Headphones
Listening First™ Headsets
Windows XP / ME / 2000 / 98 / OS X
Windows XP / ME / 2000 / 98
4’ cord with USB and PS2 connectors
RoHS and CE approved safe for use in schools, churches and early childhood & daycare centers
3.9" L x 2.2" W x 1" H
3.1" L x 1.8" W x 0.9" H
2 ounces, shipping weight 1lb.
Guaranteed for 1 million clicks for schools, churches and early childhood centers for 1 year from purchase date
“The KM200 mini mouse is easier to use for smaller K-5 students and is a little more durable than the standard mouse.” IT Department Senior Librarian – Technology Mercer County Library System Lawrenceville, NJ
A: The KIDSPACK includes the KB1 Kids Keyboard, the KM100 mouse and a 2800-RD Listening First™ headphone. The headphone has a 3.5mm plug while the keyboard and mouse have a USB plug, making all components compatible with the Mac 10.6 system.
A: The KM200 should automatically be configured to your operating system once it is connected (Windows or Mac). If you’re unsure of its configuration, simply go to the Control Panel, select Mouse and verify that it is active. If the problem persists, please contact our Tech Support Dept.