trackball


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an electronic device consisting of a rotatable ball in a housing

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An LED light illuminates when precision mode is activated, giving you the ideal control with the trackball.
The centre ball of each trackball controls the tint of the RGB levels and corresponds directly to the colour wheels, and the ring surrounding the ball controls the balance between the RGB levels of an image.
A wired version of Expert Mouse Trackball is also available: Expert Mouse Wired Trackball
The company said that the Trackball M570 delivers precise cursor control, using a laser tracking sensor to track the ball to guide movement so that the device can be used on any surface.
EoACA[pounds sterling]Based on overwhelming demand from our dedicated trackball users, weEoACAOre delighted to announce the introduction of a new wireless trackball EoACAo the Logitech Wireless Trackball M570,EoACA[yen] said Rory Dooley, senior vice president and general manager of LogitechEoACAOs control devices business unit.
Tambien se encontro que el trackball es muy sensible y cuando se retira el dedo de este el puntero se mueve involuntariamento, Por lo que se recomienda accionar el boton del mouse sin quitar el dedo de la esfera.
For my trackball scope's 10-inch primary, I used the 16-inch sphere I made.
Programmable and virtual keyboards are dependent on software programs that accommodate on-screen keyboard access by mouse, switch, joystick, trackball, or other input device.
Trackball can be customized to deliver from 8 to 24 pulses per rotation.
Frequent users: some people with incomplete quadriplegia, individuals who have trouble repositioning the mouse on a table due to grasping limitations, and/or those with sensory limitations who benefit from the extra tactile input trackballs can provide.
The keyboard comes with either a built-in trackball or a standard numeric keypad.
Microsoft's Trackball Optical ($40) features similar technology, but as with all trackballs, it requires users to maneuver a ball with their fingers instead of an entire mouse with their hand.
Mason measured auditory talent by tethering flies to a modified computer trackball that served as a treadmill.
Some models come with an integrated pointing stick and either a trackball or touchpad.
The WinTRAC 95 trackball offers all the features of MicroSpeed's original WinTRAC--including three programmable buttons and automatic application sensing--plus protected mode drivers for true 32 operation under Windows 95.