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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
trackballtrack‧ball /ˈtrækbɔːl $ -bɒːl/ noun [countable]  TDa small ball connected to a computer, that you turn in order to move the cursor
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trackballThe reason that conventional trackballs and joysticks aren't used is because the precise positioning that they provide simply isn't needed.The icons are generally activated by an on-screen pointer controlled by a mouse or trackball.Klatsky found that some subjects preferred trackballs or Glidepoint pads even though they actually performed better with mice.
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