Question about Microspeed KidTRAC Trackball
A lot of trackball controlls made by Microsoft and Logitech use a optical system. Once the control on the screen doesn't move anymore, you simply remove the ball and clean the optics out of it.
If there is a way that you can remove the ball out of the control, all you have to do is clean the rollers underneath the wheel. After some time they do build up just like a friction mouse does. All it takes is some Qtips and a water alchohol solution.
I would hope for a kid trackball they made that a feature.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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