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Computer/Computerized System Trackballs

Definition : Computer peripheral devices that consist of a small, rotatable ball (i.e., trackball) set inside a stationary mounting piece. The trackball is rotated to enter motion data into computers in order to direct the cursor on a computer screen. The trackball mountings also include left-click and right-click buttons that are used to select desktop objects or position the cursor for text entry on a computer screen, and to manipulate images, icons, or items on the screen. Computer input trackballs are used to navigate around a computer program or web page. Applications of specific computer input trackballs include data input for computers, workstations, and computerized systems, often as an integral component of computers (e.g., laptop computers) and other computerized systems.

Entry Terms : "Computer Trackballs" , "Computer Peripherals" , "Computer Input Devices"

UMDC code : 28014

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CTI Electronics Corp

Company Type: Parent

CTI Electronics Corporation is a privately held Connecticut Corporation, founded in 1986 with the invention of the original "Industrial Mouseā„¢". CTI's focus is on being the premier supplier of operator input devices for the industrial, medical, military, off-road and aerospace markets.

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