Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless MouseMan Wheel
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Logitech Trackman Marble Wheel
21 August 2001
Summary: Very restful version of mouse. No need for arm or wrist movement, no arm or wrist tension. Hand rests cupped over the shaped stationary unit, with the thumb moving the large ball, fingers resting on the two click buttons and the scroll-wheel between them.
Summary: I replaced my Intellimouse with this unit. I had gone through at least 3 Intellimice and they kept breaking at or near the cord, just would not function. So I tried this cordless model from Logitech. Batteries last a long time. The unit is overall very functional and quickly becomes seamless. I miss the old shape and feel of the Intellimouse(the silver model, not the cheap ones), but I am used to this one now.
Pros: The shape is not as comfortable as the Intellimouse, but it doesn't break like it either...
Cons: The shape is not as comfortable as the Intellimouse, but it doesn''t break like it either...
Summary: I got this wireless mouse to go with my Sony Vaio laptop as the laptop touchpad was a bit freaky. I am absolutely over the moon with this mouse. It is very frugal on cheese (batteries) which last about 3-4 months with daily use. It does have a power button on the base but I never turn it off because it has a sleep function, which must be why it's good on the cheddar!
Pros: Small, low battery consumption, accurate
Cons: Really, none - Honest! (Won't make a cup of tea though!)
Summary: I bought this mouse from PC World about 9 years ago, as I managed to wear out the right hand click button on my laptop touch pad after less than a year after I purchased it! Luckily it was still under guarantee but when I realised that it would cost over £100 to place once the guarantee had run out then I quickly went out and bought a mouse - the cheaper option! I think the mouse cost around £20.
Excerpt: "...ago and its called the Logitech Trackman Marble - I've had mine for7 years now and I have never had a problem with it yet so that says a lot for its sturdiness and electrical reliability - I havent had a conventional mouse last for more than 3 years tops! If you havent tried one yet - go out, buy it , stay with it for a couple of weeks and you'll never use anything but a trackball in future believe me! Ive tried many trackballs but if you want ...
Pros: Reduced risk of RSI , Quicker than a mouse and better for games !
Cons: Not as accurate in Graphics packages such as Photoshop , Paintshop pro !
Excerpt: "...for what's wrong with a Logitech trackman well nothing other then the cord so I do prefer my cordless but if you've all ready have a few cordless devices attached to you PC then maybe you'll want a corded trackman as you don't get any of the signal interference ...
Summary: I have to be another in the long list of people praising the Trackman because there are simply more cool things You can do with it, worth to be mentioned. I borrowed Trackman Wheel, the previous model, for a few days of tryout, ordered the new one immediately, and I am not returning the borrowed one till the new one arrives. Getting back to the ordinary mouse is too great horror.
Excerpt: "I’ve been using a Logitech Cordless Mouseman Optical mouse for around a year and, although there are undoubtedly superior (at a cost!) models now on the market, I’ve never been happier with a mouse – and here’s why. The mouse is cordless and consists of two parts: (i) the mouse itself and (ii) a palm-sized receiver unit that connects via USB to a spare port on your PC or USB hub (or, using the supplied adapter, to a PS/2 port). Before the advent ...