Kensington USB Orbit

Category: Mouse
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 4.2Mb
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows NT,Windows NT SP3,Windows 2000 SP3,DOS,Windows 98 SE,Windows 2000 SP4
Latest Version / Release Date: Version 5.3.6 / 22 Jul 2001

Windows device driver information for Kensington USB Orbit

The Kensington USB Orbit is a mouse device, which uses a trackball rather than clicking the mouse. The benefit of an optical trackball is that you can manage your cursor with a simple touch and slide of the finger. The Kensington USB Orbit is the very accurate Orbit Optical. There is no need to move your mouse in navigating, but it stays in one place saving you some desk space. The Kensington USB Orbit optical tracking mechanism is also resistant to dust and dirt. This USB ORBIT lessens the need for usual trackball cleaning. It has features of Diamond Eye optical technology for cursor control and accurate tracking. This mouse device includes PS/2 and USB connectivity for better compatibility. The Kensington USB orbit consists of medium sized optimal trackball with two mouse buttons and six feet cord, long enough to reach the port of your CPU.

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The Kensington USB Orbit is a mouse device, which is utilized for navigation and browsing on the Internet. This device is built with a medium sized trackball utilized with a simple slide and touch of finger. This mouse device advantage is its less arm movement and desk space compared to a common mouse. It has two colors two choose from: black and metallic silver. This mouse device is much expensive than the normal optical trackball mouse but it is much more manageable and easy to use. This Kensington USB orbit does not require daily cleaning maintenance because it is resistant to dirt and dust. The Kensington USB Orbit is suitable for consumers wanting to prevent tangled wires. The creator and manufacturer of this mouse device is Kensington Technology Incorporation. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Kensington USB Orbit errors before installing any driver updates.