Excerpt: If sheer good looks were the sole criterion for choosing a trackball, the Kensington Slimblade would be the one, hands down, money no object. Even the cable gets the deluxe treatment, wrapped in braided cloth insulation like some high-class audio products. I've never seen braided cloth on any computer interconnect before, let alone a common USB cable.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Great Features, Neat Scrolling Trick
Excerpt: I was so excited when I found this trackball. Right away I ordered one, for use on my Mac G5 for Protools editing, and a little bit of Photoshop and iMovie too. It has the feel I need for quick efficient editing. I love the large ball, think billiard ball size, it provided both speed and control, for precise editing. The top address ball allows me to control it with my thumb, fore fingers or both. (unlike many other track balls that are only thumb address.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Glides Smoothly
Excerpt: This is by far the best trackball i have ever used.I ordered one of these when they first came out, and absolutely love it.Just recently it stopped working, i wore it out.Heavy gaming along with constant web searching finally got to it. I have had it several years and it has been wonderful.I love it so much that as soon as it quit, i ordered another to replace it.I can't say enough about it.The most comfortable trackball i have ever used and i have tried them all over...
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface
Excerpt: Purchased this for my new home computer, believing it to be the next generation of the Kensington Expert Mouse Trackball I use at the office. First, the good news: SlimBlade is true plug and play for Windows 7, no sw compatibility or driver issues, pinpoint accuracy, no response lag, use for hours at a time with no discomfort.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Works On Any Surface
Excerpt: Much better than a mouse on my lap, I've used a track ball, but there are very few that are USB (and most of them are cheap and don't last very long). Button placement takes sometime to get used to. I hit the top-left button rather than bottom-left a lot, but you get used to it after a while. I like this unit.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Glides Smoothly, Works On Any Surface
Excerpt: I'm an editor and I've been using Kensington Trackballs for ages. The large trackball enables you to effortlessly zoom around the screen and programmable keys help speed up your workflow. I especially like to have a return or enter key located on a button. My one complaint is that for some reason you can only program one keystroke for each button and chord.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features
Excerpt: I've been using Kensington trackballs for about 16 years. I forget what they called the with one with the wheels but that was my first. I moved to expert mouse when optical technology came out. I still use an Expert Mouse wireless, an Expert Mouse, and now this SlimBlade. Believe me folks NOBODY makes a trackball as smooth as Kensington. I got this SlimBlade to use with my HP laptop because I just couldn't stand the products offered by Microsoft and Logitech.