Microsoft has announced that its Adaptive Accessories lineup will be available to purchase starting October 25. The company said the product, which is primarily for disabled people, will be available to purchase in select markets, but it did not specify which ones exactly. The Adaptive Accessories range includes the Microsoft Adaptive Mouse, which can be customized to your needs, and the Microsoft Adaptive Hub, which allows you to connect things like a d-pad, a joystick, or a dual button.
Microsoft has also stated that business and education customers will be able to 3-D print adaptive grips from Shapeways for the Microsoft Business Pen and Microsoft Classroom Pen 2. These grips come in several sizes, so you may select one that suits you.
According to Microsoft, the Adaptive Accessories require Windows 10 and Windows 11 to be used, but they may be incorporated into companion devices such as macOS, iOS, ChromeOS, and Android using the Microsoft Accessibility Center.
Microsoft says that the Microsoft Adaptive Mouse Tail and Thumb Support add-ons will be purchased separately if you want to purchase them. These will also be sold separately and will require the Microsoft Adaptive Hub. The firm hasn''t disclosed pricing details yet or which countries they are available in, so check your local Microsoft website to see if they are available where you live.