Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless TrackMan Optical
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Optical cordless? trackman
10 August 2010
Excerpt: I was suprised when I received this and saw how huge the receiver was. I bought it for my laptop. I now think I would have been better with the corded version. It is pretty useless as far as being "Cordless".
Pros: Accurate Controls, Easy To Clean, Ergonomic Layout, Fast Response, Smooth Movement
Cons: Huge Reciever, Not really cordless, Tough To Get Used To
Summary: I love this trackball if it wasn't for the fact that after a few months of use the "moleskin" cover of the black part starts to deteriorate end eventually peel off. I have replaced this once (under warranty) for this problem thinking this was a fluke, but it is now happening again with the...
Pros: design, easy to install, easy to use, features
Summary: Maybe I just got a bad one, but I bought this trackball and it only lasted for 4 months. I was really happy with the buttons and functionality. Had a hard time keeping signal and finally it just completely died and wouldn't work even with new batteries. Not entirely sure what happened.
Summary: I found this device to be much harder to get used to than originally thought. The trackball was in an odd position which I did not find at all comfortable. I have fairly large hands and still found it difficult to use the buttons which were also very difficult to get used to.
Excerpt: The way anything is set up. If you are a initial particular person shooter gamer don't buy. This factor can't handle quickly movment. Connection with the wirless i have troubles with it connecting all the time and i have the reciever right there.
Excerpt: Good capabilities. Really like the use of the forward/backward buttons with a scroll wheel all whilst getting wireless. I think about my self to have a quite typical size hand for a guy but, this is just more than all terrible layout design.
Excerpt: It's cordless. This is the most uncomfortable excuse for a trackball I've ever run into. I don't know why any individual would ever pick this more than a thumb-ball version. Whoever made it definitely has no ergonomic sense and has never ever employed a single for any period of time.
Excerpt: Trackballs which are made to utilize the index and middle finger to move the ball present the greatest precision. Thumb control for a trackball is not as correct or rapid. Wireless is a definite plus more than my wired trackball.
Excerpt: Excellent design i love the mouse... but this is my 2nd 1 in 1.five years and i will need an additional two of them broke.. the clicking function on one just stopped working devoid of getting to press it super hard and the second is super rough to scroll.