LENOVO 800DPI SCROLLPOINT OPTICAL MOUSE DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Get an immediate offer. Sign up for newsletter. Everybody has their own personal preferences, but if you need a supported mouse I think you will need to get a newer one. The slate blue mice are presumably less common and were only manufactured with IBM logos because this colour was dropped with the later models. Vista support for the usb enhanced keyboard was pretty bad, so i am not holding my breath for the Win 7 version. Disassembling the ScrollPoint mechanism itself reveals the pads which sense the resistance when compressed, along with the patent number for the technology on the back which doesn’t seem to be an IBM patent:

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Message 2 of 4. Metallic Black Connector Style: Works on many types of surfaces.

IBM ScrollPoint (31P) Mouse | eBay

Welcome brand-new chassis fans from the Opfical Company. Ideally it would be nice to have the transparency tracking features of Revision A, coupled with revision A’s more sensitive ScrollPoint, and revision B’s faster cursor sensitivity.

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Lenovo Scrollpoint Mouse 31P The seller won’t accept returns for this item. There is supposed to be a mouse suite where you make adjustments, but try and find it. Full Tax Invoice Supplied on eBays invoice page simply select view order details then select printer version.

First and foremost, it’s interesting the earlier IBM mouse lacked a detachable USB cable– and all of the sudden in the later models they implement this which is helpful when you have to disassemble these mice en-masse. These mice came in two colours, black and ivory: If you rely on the ScrollPoint over a conventional ‘wheel’ mouse and are seeking to increase the performance and capability of your ScrollPoint; there are a few modifications that can help the existing sensor used in these mice.

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Other colours can be used as well, however not all will mix well with the IBM blue transluscent caps.

David Hill the industrial designer of the mouse remarked: It can only be obtained used or NOS at this point going forward. Another possible yet less practical solution might be to replace the optical sensor entirely with a superior one able to operate on lsnovo surfaces, but it would have to match the PCB pinout.

Lenovo 31P7405 Optical 3-button SCROLLPOINT Mouse

From what I can gather the slate blue ScrollPoints came out first and the metallic black ones came out after with some changes. If I ever get a chip programmer I will update this section with more information.

You have to use a fine pair of pliers to snip the excess plastic out, shown here: Install the latest Lenovo driver which I think makes Chrome see it as a standard wheeled device– since that’s all it has been programmed to see. If you’re going to use a Lenovo board, be warned that some people have reported premature failure with them– most likely due to cold solder joints or prematurely failed capacitors.

New Lenovo Optical 3 Button Scrollpoint Mouse Black PS 2 USB – 31P7405

I’m not sure what existing IC is in use by the ScrollPoints or other optical mice which use similar indiscreet sensors. The LED is mounted facing just behind the same– it can be swapped out for any desired colour. No mechanical ball to get dusty, dirty or stolen. They came in black and ivory, with the exception that both used blue printing of the IBM logos.

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Sometimes they are listed under 31P, I think this might be only on very early models from That’s very interesting as even some laser mice I tested could not work very well on transparent surfaces; dispelling the whole optical vs. Disassembling the ScrollPoint mechanism itself reveals the pads which sense the resistance when compressed, along with the patent number for the technology on the back which doesn’t seem to be an IBM patent: Availability ScrollPoint mice generally go under the radar as not too many people are acute to them.

Optical technology provides precision control and has no mechanical ball, thus there is no need for a mouse pad.

No affiliation or endorsement is intended or implied. IC replacement Another possible yet less practical solution might be to replace the optical sensor entirely with a superior one able to operate on transparent 800dpj, but it would have to match the PCB pinout. They are considerably lighter than the ScrollPoint II Pro mice lacking the heavy rubberized ball bearing.