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Kensington Orbit trackball review: it doesn’t lose the ball

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Take it track ball Orbit, change its blue ball for a red ball, replace its cable with a radio transmitter, and you get the track ball Orbit Wireless. Kensington didn’t reinvent hot water, but is it necessary?

The Kensington Orbit trackball.

A track ball is the opposite of a ball mouse. Instead of moving the mouse with your whole hand to roll the ball on a fixed surface, you roll the ball with your fingertips without moving the mouse. track ball. It is the original pointing device, developed to control the first computerized radar systems at the end of the Second World War.

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