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Roller Plus Trackball

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The Roller Plus Trackball is designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. The device features a large 63.5 millimeter diameter ball that offers a high degree of control with many additional features as a speed control key, latching drag switch, and buttons that allow only up/down or left/right movement of the cursor. The device comes with a switch adaptor box allowing external switches to be used in place of some of the keys on the front panel. All of the switches on the front panel, with the exception of the speed control, can be duplicated with remote switches by using the connector on the rear of the unit.

Technical Specifications: 

Material: Plastic.

Size: 63.5 millimeters.  

Compatibility: Windows and Mac.

System Requirements: Windows 98 or later and Mac OS X or later.

Reversible Right/Left buttons: Yes.

Weight: Lightweight.

Color: Black and blue.

Warranty: Through manufacturer.   

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05/16/2018
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Roller Plus Trackball

Made By:

Kensington Computer Products Group, A Division Of Acco Brands (Formerly Kensington Microware Limited)
Kensington Computer Products Group, A Division Of Acco Brands (Formerly Kensington Microware Limited) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Web Address: 
http://us.kensington.com
Tags: 
Computers

Sold By:

Kensington Computer Products Group, A Division Of Acco Brands (Formerly Kensington Microware Limited)
Kensington Computer Products Group, A Division Of Acco Brands (Formerly Kensington Microware Limited) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Web Address: 
http://us.kensington.com
Tags: 
Computers
 
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