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by Archie
26 Oct 2019 22:30
Forum: Trackballs
Topic: Perixx PERIPRO-301
Replies: 0
Views: 55

Perixx PERIPRO-301

Ball size: 1 37/64" (40.0mm) Trade Name: Professional Optical Trackball Model No.: PERIPRO-301 USB ID: VID_04F3&PID_0210 Product Name: PS/2+USB Mouse https://trackballs.eu/media/Perixx/301/DSC05528_m.jpg Quite rare device, with almost no information or reviews available. Seems it was introduced in 2...
by Archie
21 Oct 2019 22:33
Forum: Various
Topic: Typical failures
Replies: 0
Views: 38

Typical failures

Old trackballs are often sold in non-working condition. There are several types of problems: mechanical, when rollers aren't moving properly, are caused by dried out grease in bearings. Remedy is described here: https://forum.trackballs.eu/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=12 Electronics is also prone to various...
by Archie
20 Oct 2019 19:30
Forum: Trackballs
Topic: IBM TrackPoint 1396670
Replies: 0
Views: 62

IBM TrackPoint 1396670

Ball size: 1 3/8" (35.0mm) FCC ID: ANO1396670, later IYL1396670 https://trackballs.eu/media/IBM/1396670/DSC05513_m.jpg Combo device, switchable between mouse and trackball modes. Released in 1991 for IBM's L40 SX laptop, with idea of using as a mouse on the desk and as a trackball when working surfa...
by Archie
30 Sep 2019 22:11
Forum: Trackballs
Topic: Wacom SmartScroll BH-0110 (SS-100)
Replies: 0
Views: 129

Wacom SmartScroll BH-0110 (SS-100)

Ball size: 63/64" (24.98mm) Model No: BH-0110 USB ID: VID_056A&PID_0051 https://trackballs.eu/media/Wacom/SS100/DSC05482_m.jpg Probably, most unusual bird in trackball world. Technically speaking, it's a trackball - but not intended to be used as a pointing device. It's for the left hand - but not f...
by Archie
15 Sep 2019 20:44
Forum: Trackballs
Topic: Adesso iMouse T40
Replies: 0
Views: 88

Adesso iMouse T40

https://www.adesso.com/product/imouse-t40-adesso-2-4-ghz-wireless-4-button-desktop-trackball/ Ball size: 1 37/64" (40.0mm) Model No: iMouse T40 USB ID: VID_062A&PID_4180 https://trackballs.eu/media/Adesso/T40/DSC05453_m.jpg Electronic components and USB dongle (RCV-122R) are identical to company's ...
by Archie
06 Sep 2019 14:02
Forum: Trackballs
Topic: Kensington SlimBlade 72327
Replies: 0
Views: 145

Kensington SlimBlade 72327

Ball size: 2 11/64" (54.98mm) USB ID: VID_047D&PID_2041 Product Name: Kensington Slimblade Trackball M/N: M01026 P/N: K72327 https://trackballs.eu/media/Kensington/72327/DSC05432_m.jpg Most advanced Kensington trackball, released in 2009 . The goal of creating the lowest possible profile was success...
by Archie
01 Sep 2019 17:57
Forum: Trackballs
Topic: Perixx PERIPRO-506
Replies: 0
Views: 119

Perixx PERIPRO-506

https://perixx.com/furniture_store_view/perixx-peripro-506-wired-ergonomic-trackball-mouse-2-button-design.html Ball size: 63/64" (24.9mm) Full Name: Perixx Wired Trackball Mouse Model No.: PERIPRO-506 USB ID: VID_062A&PID_7269 Device Name: Full-Speed Mouse https://trackballs.eu/media/Perixx/506/DS...
by Archie
13 Aug 2019 21:04
Forum: Companies
Topic: Kensington
Replies: 0
Views: 131

Kensington

https://trackballs.eu/media/Kensington/1984_s.jpg Probably, most acknowledged trackball vendor. Founded in 1981, it started business as Apple accessories manufacturer: one of first products was System Saver : external cooling fan with AC surge protector. Device became quite popular: reportedly, mor...
by Archie
03 Aug 2019 15:41
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Logitech Unifying security fix
Replies: 0
Views: 31

Logitech Unifying security fix

In Unifying software, a security vulnerability was found: https://www.howtogeek.com/428767/update-your-logitech-wireless-dongle-right-now/ As Sean Hollister at The Verge reports, the MouseJack attack lets a nearby attacker break into a Logitech USB receiver connected to your computer. They can conne...
by Archie
10 Jul 2019 13:34
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Separate per-device settings
Replies: 0
Views: 54

Separate per-device settings

For systems with more than one pointing device connected (trackball + mouse, embedded touchpad + trackball, etc) it's inconvenient to adjust sensitivity in OS control panel, as it affects all the devices. For Windows, there's very useful software: EitherMouse by Steffen Software: http://www.eithermo...