If you’re enjoying the site, please consider supporting me to help build this archive There was a problem loading comments right now. Looking for a gaming trackball for a long time,finally it’s here! When your software relies on the use of a mouse and your mouse packs up you realise just how dependent your hi-tech setup is on cheap technology – the reliable alternative is a trackball. Some sequencers have an accelerator option included within the software but this means that you have to get used to a decidedly sluggish mouse when you quit this program. You can cover the width of the screen in just over one roll.

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The aforementioned ball is smooth but quite noisy. Trackballs also eliminate the need for a mouse accelerator. Instead of rolling the ball on a surface, you move it around with your fingers.

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Logitech Brings Back Old School With Trackball

ComiXology Trackbal of Digital Comics. Please include your email address if you want to be contacted regarding your note. The third roller is spring-loaded and keeps the ball against the main two rollers.

The ball is reasonably smooth, although a bit sticky. There’s no fur on this kind of mouse – though it does have a kind of tail and with a bit of imagination depending what you’ve been on you can see why it’s so called. Amazing mouse smooth trackball and solid buttons. Every now and then, for no apparent reason, the cursor moves of its own accord on-screen.

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It has a lot of good things going for it; it’s a great size, the ball rolls great, all marfus inputs are a huge improvement over the Deft, BUT the ergonomics on this thing are terrible.

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Logitech Brings Back Old School With Trackball

trac,ball I would assume that being a wireless device, there may be an occasional “lag” in response times, but cannot say for certain. Atari mice tend to break down for two reasons. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. From my quick tryout of this new mouse with it’s “red ball”, would say that the quality looks to be significantly better than that of the smaller mouse’s “grey” one.

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Wish I could show a decent side-view of the palm rest, but this can also be seen with via the pics on Elecom’s web site. If you use their proprietary software, this would give you “two buttons to the right of the ball” just like the MSTE. Again, you need to leave a small space behind the unit for the palm of your hand to rest on. From a marcud AA battery, the M will last an estimated 18 months before another cell is required.

Would give 5 stars if games supported stock software.


So I was unable to set up any of the other function buttons as this requires the software. These are micro switches, and are as responsive as possible, requiring only the slightest touch to trigger. This also causes trouble when you have to hold down the left button and move the ball at the same time. Very reminiscent of a certain trackball explorer As much as I like the Size and feel of this mouse, these few issues make me wish I still had my old Microsoft trackball.

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When you’ve finished your edit, you press the left switch to disengage. This means that there is practically no wrist movement involved in operating a trackball – I’m sure that someone must have invented trafkball term “mouse-wrist” for the ache that occurs after some hours of mouse use.

Small Print Terms of use Privacy. Also, the argument doesn’t hold for left-handed people. Unfortunately there are some major flaws, in my opinion, that detract from it. Two of these handle the vertical and horizontal movement of the mouse by rotating a slotted plastic disc in the path of an optical beam.