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TeamPlayer – Work Together on one Computer with Multiple Keyboards and Mouse

TeamPlayer allows you to connect multiple mouse and keyboards on one computer. You will be now able to work with two or more people on the same computer at the same time. Install the software, simply connect extra mice and keyboards to your USB ports, and multiple cursors will appear on your screen.

Working with this application is simple. Move your mouse around; the mouse with a white cursor (and a little colored square) has windows control. If someone else wants to take control, he or she can simply click his left mouse button to take control.

Team Player is useful when you want to work through your spreadsheets together, involve your students or just have fun with your kids.

TeamPlayer also supports most tablets and digital whiteboards and fully integrates with Windows XP and Vista.

TeamPlayer still in developing stage, the free version is for non-commercial and educational use and supports three (3) users at the same time. For commercial and business use and for use with more than 3 users an additional software license is needed.


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