Definition of Trackball. Meaning of Trackball. Synonyms of Trackball

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Meaning of Trackball from wikipedia

- A trackball is a pointing device consisting of a ball held by a socket containing sensors to detect a rotation of the ball about two axes—like an upside-down...
- This is a list of arcade games that have used a trackball to interact with the game. Shuffleboard (1978) Atari Football (1978) Atari Soccer (1979) Atari...
- NeoLAB Convergence technology. Trackball pens use a sensor that is located on the pen to detect the motion of the trackball. Active pen Apple Pencil Digital...
- direct input. Examples involving indirect input include the mouse and trackball. Whether the positional information is absolute (e.g. on a touch screen)...
- External trackball attached to the side of the laptop 386SL running at 25MHz VGA monochrome display 4MB of RAM 60MB or 80MB hard disk External trackball attached...
- ****anese website the ball diameter is (was) listed as 50 mm. The Wireless Trackball M570 has a resolution of 540 DPI according to its Logitech Product page...
- by its subsidiary Spectravideo. The joystick is often confused with a trackball due to the similar shape, however its design is not a complete sphere...
- Image scanner Joystick Microphone Mouse Overlay keyboard Real-time clock Trackball Touchscreen The means through which computer gives output are known as...
- replaced by a miniature trackball to enable full 4-way and mouse-style navigation on a BlackBerry. The look of the new trackball gave the "Pearl" its name...
- multifunction control and display units. They include QWERTY keyboards and trackballs, interfacing with a graphical "point-and-click" display system. The Network...
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