Reviews and Problems with Kensington Orbit Wireless Mobile
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Kensington’s Orbit Trackball Mouse Has All The Features
The Mac Observer
20 October 2012
Conclusion: I do. If you prefer a trackball mouse then you certainly should check it out. It is from Kensington, has a five year warranty, and works well. It is adaptable for left or right handers, can easily move from computer to computer, and feels comfortable and sturdy when in use.
Pros: Well designed trackball mouse, easy to use, 5 year warranty.
Excerpt: (1 items) I’m a huge fan of good trackballs. I started using a Kensington TurboMouse back in the early 1990s as a remedy for a mouse-induced repetitive-stress issue, and I’ve never looked back. Even today, on a Mac running gesture-heavy Lion (Mac OS X 10.7), I use Apple’s Magic Trackpad ( ) along with a trackball (now a Kensington ExpertMouse )—the trackball for moving the cursor and clicking, the trackpad for gestures.
Excerpt: The Orbit Trackball from Kensington lets you quickly and efficiently scroll through web pages and documents without the hassle of laborious navigation and clicking that comes with a standard desktop mouse.
Pros: Compact; improves workflow for specific tasks
Excerpt: Larger than a typical portable mouse the Orbit Mobile is nevertheless significantly smaller than Kensington’s full-size trackballs and small enough to fit comfortably in most laptop bags. And it isn’t much heavier than a travel mouse.