For people who can’t use a normal computer mouse, Mitch is an alternative. With Mitch all mouse functions are controlled by switches.

Up to ten switches can be connected to Mitch. Four of them are used to send the mouse pointer up, down, left or right, two switches control the left and right mouse buttons, two switches are used to replace the scroll wheel and the last two switches can be programmed as middle mouse button, drag lock or double click.


When one of the four ‘direction switches’ is pressed, the mouse pointer on the computer screen will move in the corresponding direction. When the switch is released a short time and then pressed again, Mitch will change to another speed. Waiting a little longer before re-pressing the switch results in pointer movement with the initial speed.

Diagonal movements are made by pressing two switches together.