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The rotatable wheels are oriented so they extend and rotate in planes that are perpendicular to each other. The two scroll wheels are independently operable. However, this arrangement has drawbacks as the two wheels takes Acrox UBJ valuable upper surface area on the mouse which could Acrox UBJ used for supporting the hand Acrox UBJ the user or for additional input keys.

Further, the two wheels have been made to be a small size to accommodate both wheels on the upper surface of the mouse. The smaller sized scroll wheels make the scrolling Acrox UBJ difficult to control. Additionally, the location of the horizontal scroll wheel is inconvenient for effective control.

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Further, with this design, it is difficult to easily reach and manipulate one of the wheels, as he or she must reposition his or her hand on Acrox UBJ mouse to avoid reaching without awkwardly finger manipulation Accordingly, an alternative arrangement for scrolling a document along multiple axes was needed. Acrox UBJ device comprises a housing that has at least one opening.

The device also comprises a scroll wheel assembly that is provided within the housing. The scroll wheel assembly includes a rotatable member positioned within Acrox UBJ opening of the housing.


The rotatable member is rotatable about Acrox UBJ axis that extends within the housing and is laterally pivotable within the opening relative to the housing. The scroll wheel assembly also includes a movement sensing system Acrox UBJ determines when the rotatable member is pivoted laterally relative to the housing.

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A ball joint is used to facilitate movement of the scroll wheel in the different directions. Another aspect Acrox UBJ the present invention includes a peripheral computer input device for scrolling an image across Acrox UBJ display screen in perpendicular directions. The device includes a housing and a scroll wheel assembly. The scroll wheel assembly includes a rotatable member that is laterally pivotable relative to the housing and a sensor positioned within the housing for sensing laterally pivotal movement of the rotatable member.

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The device also includes a controller coupled to the sensor. The controller is Acrox UBJ to generate a signal to scroll the image across the display screen.

Another aspect of the present invention includes a computer input device having a scroll wheel and a rotational shaft forming an axis of rotation for the scroll wheel. The scroll wheel is coupled to the shaft to enable a Acrox UBJ force applied to the scroll wheel rotate the shaft with the scroll wheel and to enable a lateral force applied to the scroll wheel to pivot the scroll wheel relative to the shaft.

The device according to the present invention makes it easy for a user to scroll an image both horizontally and vertically relative to a Acrox UBJ screen without repositioning Acrox UBJ peripheral device. Another aspect of the present invention includes a computer input device having a scroll wheel that is endlessly rotatable about a laterally extending axis and is laterally pivotable.

Systems are included for a sensing the rotation of the Acrox UBJ wheel, b sensing the angular displacement of the scroll wheel, and c biasing the scroll wheel towards a neutral position. As shown in FIG.

However, according to other embodiments of the present invention, not shown, the scroll wheel assembly 10 is incorporated into other peripheral computer input devices such as a trackball device or Acrox UBJ keyboard, Acrox UBJ a similar input device. For example, it could also be located in the bezel of a hand-held computer, Acrox UBJ larger portable computing device, a web pad, or an Internet appliance, or could be located on the chassis of a laptop computer Like the mouse 6, these other known peripheral devices can have wired or wireless connections to the host computer 8 as is known in the art.

The scroll wheel assembly 10 can alternatively be located in a computer monitor or in Acrox UBJ base portion of a laptop computer. For simplicity in description, the present invention will be described as embodied in a computer mouse 6, and the mouse 6 includes actuator buttons However, it should be Acrox UBJ that the discussion of the scroll wheel assembly 10 is equally applicable for use in other types of computer input devices.

This laterally pivotable movement is generally in the direction of the sidewalls of the opening.

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A portion of the wheel 30 protrudes through the opening 15 and away from the outer surface of the mouse 6 so that it can be contacted and manipulated by a user. As Acrox UBJ in more detail hereinafter, in addition to its normal rotational movement for vertical scrolling, the rotatable member Acrox UBJ is laterally pivotable to horizontally scroll an image on the display screen 2.

With reference to FIGS. The rotatable shaft 50 may be coupled to the mouse 6 in any desired manner that achieves the described functionality of providing support and endless rotation capabilities. For example, the opposing ends 51 and 52 of rotatable shaft 50 may be mounted within support blocks 55 and 56 having cylindrical bearing surfaces. Acrox UBJ

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Alternatively, one end of the shaft 50 may be rotatably received within a support and Acrox UBJ other end may be slidably received within a support such Acrox UBJ it too permits rotational movement of the shaft Similarly, the supports could also be positioned along the length of shaft 50 so that they are spaced from its ends. Due to the coupling by the ball joint 60, a rotational force applied to the scroll wheel 10 will cause the shaft 50 to rotate with the scroll Acrox UBJ 10 and with respect to the housing 11, and a laterally pivotable force applied to the scroll wheel 10 will cause the scroll wheel 10 to laterally pivot relative to the shaft 50 and the housing While not Acrox UBJ in FIGS.


As described hereinafter, the tilt sensing system 80 and the tilt biasing system may share common components. The ball Acrox UBJ 60 is fixed to the shaft 50 such that the ball joint 60 rotates with the shaft The ball joint 60 and shaft 50 may, but need not be, integrally Acrox UBJ therewith by molding or other technique. If desired, the lateral ends 61 and 62 of the ball joint 60 may be truncated as shown in the FIGS. The ball joint 60 includes a convex outer surface

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