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AbleNet BigTrack Trackball

BigTrack Trackball
Approximate Price: $188

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Last updated: Jul 14 2023

Short Description

The BigTrack is a trackball style device that can be used in place of a standard mouse with PC and Mac computers. It features a large centrally placed trackball, two buttons and a round shaped case which is suitable for use with either hand. Switch adapted model is available to operate the left and right buttons with up to two switches.

Additional Info

More Details

* Case is light grey.
* Ball is bright yellow.
* Buttons are blue.

* A large centrally placed trackball.
* 2 click buttons positioned away from the trackball at the top of the device.
* Both BigTrack Trackball and another mouse device can be connected at the same time.

* USB connection with PS/2 adaptor included.

System Requirements
* Mac and Win 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP.

Customised Features
* The included software allows the buttons to be programmed, so you can switch which button acts as the mouse click, right click or even double click.

* Auditory click occurs when buttons are depressed and released.

* Plug and Play (no special set up required) unless software customisation is required.

Method Of Use

* The trackball device remains stationary on the work surface while the ball is manipulated to direct the mouse pointer on-screen.

Place Of Manufacture

AbleNet, USA

Price Guide

Price is from Technical Solutions Australia

Models And Options


Model BIGtrack Trackball - switch adapted: Model has two switch jacks that allow external switches to be used for left and right mouse click:
* Number of buttons 2
* Number of Switch Inputs 2
* Width Overall 170.0 mm


Specification Standard
Depth Unknown
Height Unknown
Weight (gms) Unknown
Width 170 mm



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With Switches


East West Online
Sales: 03 8682 9945
Fax: 03 9017 8931
Link Assistive Pty Ltd (prev Link-AT Assistive Technology)
11B MAB Eastern Promenade
SA 5042
Sales: 08 7120 6002
Contact Person: Bas Tijdhof
Unit 1 E, 1 Commercial Crt
130 Kingston Rd
QLD 4119
Sales: 07 3808 6833
Fax: 07 3808 6108
Contact Person: Michael O'Leary
Toll Free: 1800 999 718
Technical Solutions
109 Ferndale Rd
VIC 3795
Sales: 03 9737 9000
Fax: 03 9737 9111
South Melbourne
VIC 3205
Sales: 1800 818 353
Fax: 03 9696 1755
Contact Person: Tracey Bode
Toll Free: 1800 818 353


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