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KeyTronic TRACKBALL-P1
6.7* out of 10

KeyTronic TRACKBALL-P1

The Lifetime Trackball keyboard is a 104-key Windows Compatible Read more

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Reviews and Problems with KeyTronic TRACKBALL-P1

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Overall 6
6.0

Great keyboard, but overpriced.

D. Vukosic "Darth_Vukster", Amazon
22 February 2013
  • Summary: We have an old machine that requires a PS/2 keyboard with the built in trackball (or touchpad). Unfortunately there are not a lot out there, so we are relegated to spending $75 for one. They work well, but I just wish they were more reasonably priced.
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Overall 4
4.0

Mouse not responsive enough

ABG "Kitchen Witch", Amazon
20 November 2010
  • Summary: This keyboard is OK- much better than my old worn out one but the mouse is not responsive enough. Very draggy. Wish it was better. I use this combo of keyboard and mouse as I have limited space. I plug it into my laptop. I probably should rate it as 2.5 stars.
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Overall 8
8.0

Solid TrackBall Keyboard, but Pricey!

Sean S., Newegg
25 July 2008
  • Summary: OK, time for a confession - I'm a VERY Loyal NewEgg Customer - For Computer Stuff, they're my First and usually Last Stop - Not this time! ::hangs head in shame:: I LOVE their selection & services, and their prices are USUALLY unbeatable, but I just couldn't justify THAT much money for a keyboard -...
  • Pros: Well, I needed a PS-2 Keyboard with a Built-In PS-2 Track-Ball, and this fit the bill nicely. Solid Feel, I like the way it 'Feels' typing - Not 'Cheap' or 'Mushy' at all - I really like the size, positioning, and feel of the Track-Ball overall, and the Big 'L-Shaped' Enter Key & Big Backspace Ke...
  • Cons: Cons - Well, there's the obvious - The Price! I mean, sure, it's a Premium Keyboard, very solid, with a Track-Ball, but come on! About Fifty Dollars higher than a similar KeyTronics Keyboard, without the Track-Ball? Also, they chose to place the 'Back-Slash' ( \ ) Key to the RIGHT of the Right-Ha...
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