Summary: As a user and big fan of the SlimBlade, I am comparing Expert Wireless to that. Its height and steep angle make it less comfortable on the wrist over time. The included wrist rest helps, but increases the footprint of the mouse - bad for a small desk.
Summary: Have two of these. not as good as slimblade but pretty good. (nothing as good as the original old MS trackball) The steep angle is wierd. Asking for carpal tunnel if you don't use the flimsy and desktop space consuming wrist rest. connected fine on most win 10's except one.
Excerpt: I used this model trackball at work for years (older model from 2010), but they've changed the construction quite a bit, and it feels cheap now.
The ball socket no longer has steel bearings, just what look like plastic nubs, so the smoothness is decreased.
Summary: I was undecided between the Kensington Expert Wireless and the Logitech m570. So I bought both. I really like the Kensington mouse for everyday use and programming. But it is kind of funky to use with 3D software like zbrush and substance painter.
Worst thing is that I was unaware (I should have ...
S. Weir, Amazon
8 March 2016
Summary: Works OK, quality feels inferior to the older, cord trackball. Worst thing is that I was unaware (I should have researched this first) that the software supplied with it won't work with an older Mac OS - I have Mac OS 10.6 and you must have 10.8 or later.
Excerpt: I needed a new mouse, so when this came up on sale, I decided to give it a try. I've never used a trackball before, but I liked the idea of having a stationery mouse that doesn't roll all over the place, and the reviews were good.
Summary: The Good: After ordering this item along with a motherboard from this site i was so surprised to see it sitting on my doorstep the next morning, also exited because they were the last pieces of my most recent build. The packaging for the mouse was decent if not better than most.
Summary: If not for the poor scroll wheel, this would be an easy 5 egg review, but otherwise feels like a complete afterthought.
Pros: The overall feel of the trackball is nice, moving to this over a mouse as I span 6 displays on my desktop now, and a mouse simply isn't efficient enough to use for it without a sore wrist. The ergonomics are good with the cushion as well, very comfortable to use once getting used to it. Very accu...
Cons: The scroll wheel around the ball. It rides roughshod on no form of bearing or glide, feeling more like a piece of sandpaper riding across the plastic on the unit. While quite useful, it would be much better if Kensington took note of the scroll wheels on the Logitech Performance MX (my former mou...
Summary: I purchased three similar products from Amazon simultaneously and received them today: Kensington Expert Mouse Optical USB Trackball for PC or Mac 64325 Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse Kensington K72337US Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring for PC or Mac This is for a Mac.