One coupon redeemable per item per customer. Problem is, there’s no comparison when it comes to ergonomics and button features – I just had to have it so I got another one. If so, how do you feel they compare to the thumb operated? There are proper ways to ergonomically use a mouse, but a trackball? But for experienced computer users, probably desktop computer owners working in for example programming, design or other intense computer work, I can fully recommend this as a very good trackball. For a full-featured cordless trackball mouse, try the Cordless Optical TrackMan.

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The main problems I have had over the 10 years I have used this mouse, is the distance from the receiver cannot be more than 3ft, and sometimes for some reason, tgackman I put fresh batteries in, it has trouble being recognized by the receiver.

It’s pretty awesome how configurable trackamn thing is. Not really optiacl fair comparison, but the sparkly ball from the Elecom doesn’t track as well in the M, while the M ball seems to make the Elecom track a bit better. If you are left handed you cannot use this device as it is designed for right handers only.

Elecom even has a WIRED trackball, for people who hate changing batteries all the time and to minimize signal interference with all your other wireless devices. My ancient Logitech Marble Mouse fingertip trackball is still on my desk, and still could use the addition of crodless scroll wheel and a few more buttons to be “perfect”.

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Cruise up and Cruise down. I tried a track bar mouse but the sensitivity was unstable as the traciman moved across the screen even with making adjustments via the software.

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Have you also used centered trackballs? Take advantage of extra buttons that help you navigate around Ckrdless and the web more easily. Coupons are subject to change without notice. With the current design, I have to bend logitexh thumb to press the left-click with the tip of my thumb, my index finger is too much forward to handle the scrollwheel and other buttons properly. Since most of the world uses their computer mouse right handed, I use my mice and trackballs right handed.

The best trackball on the market This is by far the best trackball on the market. Logitech’s MX Vertical mouse aims for wrist comfort. Or is it always the thumb? Lofwyr Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: It makes editing very efficient.

With 8 buttons the most of any currently available trackball and a decent scrollwheel you can make this a very useful tool for your work or even gaming, and one that is of course far superior to a regular mouse, saving you many arms and wrist movements and always being very accurate and fast.


You are about to purchase Microsoft Office University Edition. I agree to terms above and have a “. That button below the wheel probably toggles between the two. Dec 29, Posts: Their basic function is the same. First one lasted about three months.

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Additional benefit is that if you work with three computers at your desk and have what remaining space on your desk covered in paperwork, it needs minimal space. Ever tried using an coddless grinder left handed?

I have seen a wireless hub somewhere. A keyboard and mouse for a new generation A keyboard and mouse for a new generation by Justin Yu. Now that I’m working full-time, it’s so nice not to have to move all over my desk, especially with so much back-and-forth with my keyboard.

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Gaming by Rick Broida Jul 20, One of its products is a wireless trackball mouse. For the position of the ball, I think it is personal taste.

Be the first to review this item. I might just try this one to see if it’s a good fit. Jun 16, Posts: