Reviews and Problems with Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse
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Kensington SlimBlade trackball – Review
15 December 2013
Excerpt: trackball, I jumped at the chance. Eons ago, back in the mid to late 80′s, I owned and loved one of the earliest Kensington ADB trackballs. It finally was put out to pasture when Apple discontinued the Apple Desktop Bus, but I got my money’s worth from a great accessory.
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball is Superb, the Best I’ve Tried
4 November 2009
Excerpt: Most of you are mouse users with your desktop computer and mouse or trackpad users with a laptop. I get that. I’ve settled on everyday and inexpensive mice I like for those who want a cordless laser mouse with a laptop, reviewed here and here. But for desktop use, I am a trackball-preferred user all the way, and this new $130 (retail) and sub-$100 through online shoppingSlimBlade from Kensington is just the best ever. In their words, the ball does it all!
Excerpt: The SlimBlade Trackball mouse is two mice in one. At first glance it’s a laser mouse and behaves exactly like one. You pair it to your computer (it’s Bluetooth) and then use the scroll ball on the mouse for scrolling up and down and side to side. If scrolling isn’t your thing, a double-click on the Mode Switch turns your mouse into a trackball for computing in hard-to-scroll places.
A Mouse Alternative : Kensington SlimBlade Trackball
13 March 2010
Summary: Recently I heard from a reliable source that this type of product had been recommended by a doctor as a solution to overcome a medical problem. However, to the best of my knowledge, the product in question is not available on the National Health.