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Keyboard mouse

A mouse on the keyboard for greater portability, more ease of use, and less cables
 
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The mouse would replace the numberpad on the right of tuhe keyboard. It would be a rollerball and raised, sloped mouse buttons. Basically a rollerball mouse attached to a keyboard, pretty simple don't know why it hasn't been done before.
koolcj291, Jan 21 2004

Cherry Keyboard with trackball http://www.datacal....kball-keyboards.htm
Baked [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

True-Touch Wireless Keyboard with Trackball http://www.performa...php?products_id=637
Baked [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

Wireless USB Keyboard with Trackball http://www.aclcompu...oard_with_track.htm
Baked [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

Internet keyboard V2A with trackball http://www.industri...r-trackball_-1.html
Baked [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

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       Quite baked, see links.
krelnik, Jan 21 2004
  

       GRRR, how come all the ideas I have are already taken? Lol, I guess that's better than a doughy idea though.
koolcj291, Jan 21 2004
  

       Many a time it has happened where, my keyboard just stops working. Thankfully the mouse didn't. Less commonly the mouse gives out, or pulls out and I need the keyboard. always good to have more than way to get to stuff on the computer. Also If the keyboard breaks, Than you have one big clunky mouse on your desk.
Antioc, Jan 22 2004
  
      
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