Microsoft USB Trackball Explorer (IntelliPoint)

Category: Input Device
Manufacturer: Microsoft Corp
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 6.5MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / 05 Aug 2009

Windows device driver information for Microsoft USB Trackball Explorer (IntelliPoint)

Microsoft USB Trackball Explorer (IntelliPoint) has been fitted with a convenient scroll wheel which makes it easier to scroll through the pages while working on documents in the PC. It also has customizable buttons that make it easier to use and allows one to take control of its delivery as well as forward and back internet buttons that enable one to navigate through internet pages with ease. The device has been conveniently designed with a fingertip optical control as well as an ergonomic design that makes it even easier and more enjoyable to use. Fitted with advanced features, the device uses Microsoft Optical technology which enables the delivery of exceptional tracking speed. Microsoft USB Trackball Explorer has a precise cursor movement that ensures delivery of accurate performance since it eliminates the possibility of errors that occur due to unstable cursor movements.

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Microsoft USB Trackball Explorer (IntelliPoint) is compatible with both PC and Mac computers. It is designed with a Universal Serial Bus that is rectangular in shape and this USB provides the connection to the Macintosh computer as well as the Windows-based computer. This device also has IntelliType Pro keyboard software which is available in both Mac operating system versions 10.1 up to 10.3 as well as Windows operating systems. The scroll wheel allows one to easily navigate through documents and web pages without having to click on the on-screen scroll bar. It uses either USB or PS/2 connectivity thus one can either connect it to a rectangular USB port or a round PS/2 port thanks to its plug and play nature. The device uses an optical sensor to move around the desktop instead of a rubber ball common in other mouse types. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Microsoft USB Trackball Explorer (IntelliPoint) errors before installing any driver updates.