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mouse

a device used to move a pointer around a COMPUTER screen.
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Unlike the Sony VAIO Duo 11, the LG Tab-Book doesn't have a pointing stick in the middle of the keyboard.
There are two pointing systems on the Latitude E6330: a traditional trackpad with discrete mouse buttons, and the even more traditional pointing stick with three discrete mouse buttons of its own.
Simi Valley, CA, September 21, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Sprintek Corp., a leading supplier of high-quality microcontroller based semiconductor products for computers peripherals, medical device and industrial applications, today announced new family of FlexPoint[TM] Pointing Stick solution with mouse encoder module SK8702/SK8703.
The keyboard has a pointing stick instead of a touch pad to allow for larger keys, and there are two USB ports and SD Card and Memory Stick Duo slots.
There also appears to be a pointing stick featuring a hand with an outstretched finger, suitable for jabbing recalcitrant members of staff.
The court was told that Thompson hit a misbehaving girl across the face with a pointing stick, leaving a mark across her cheek.
It features the same kind of built-in pointing stick found on laptop computer keyboards and the same "tactile click" keys on classic IBM keyboards.