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A ball mounted in a stationary housing and rotated to control a pointer on a computer screen.


(ˈtrækˌbɔːl) or


(Computer Science) computing a device consisting of a small ball, mounted in a cup, which can be rotated to move the cursor around the screen


a computer input device for controlling the pointer on a display screen by rotating a ball set inside a case.
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Noun1.trackball - an electronic device consisting of a rotatable ball in a housingtrackball - an electronic device consisting of a rotatable ball in a housing; used to position the cursor and move images on a computer screen; "a trackball is essentially an upside-down mouse"
electronic device - a device that accomplishes its purpose electronically
kulový ovladač
boule de commande


[ˈtrækbɔːl] N (Comput) → bola f rastreadora, trackball m


track ball [ˈtrækbɔːl] tracker ball [ˈtrækərbɔːl] nboule f de pointage
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For those who are using mouse with tracker ball can remove the ball from the mouse.
It has replaced the traditional version's plastic footballers on spindles with a horizontal video screen that displays computergenerated players operated by a tracker ball.
The Nucleus3 radar system was launched in 2001 and offers a range of flexible operating modes, with features that include automatic tracking of up to 50 targets and the patented Kelvin Hughes tracker ball and push control.