Excerpt: I was looking for a trackball to replace the Logitech Marble (which I LOVE)that I use with my laptop. I wanted a cordless unit that incorporated the small flash drive style of sensor that can be left in the computer.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Easy To Clean, Ergonomic Layout, Fast Response, Smooth Movement
Excerpt: I got this trackball to conserve workspace, i.e. not having to chase a mouse all over the desktop, and it works well. However, it is uncomfortably large for my hand, and the left click button is too close to the web buttons, so I keep hitting them, causing me to tense my thumb to avoid it.
Excerpt: Great style. A single of the extremely couple of cordless trackballs presented these days. Fantastic battery life. Here we go... durability and help with this mouse is CRUD. I have just "worn out" my third Optical Trackman in four yrs.
Excerpt: Stationary mouse. All the crucial functions of a mouse, a scroll wheel and a handful of further buttons. Back and and forward buttons good for simple browsing. Weight keeps it from moving around considerably. Effortless to set up. Not as comfortable as a normal mouse.
Excerpt: A good size trackball.Lots of buttons & attributes. After a year of in depth use, the principal button is giving out. It will only perform at times, and desires a lot of pressure to execute.Range was never ever as good as it ought to be -- the device is sitting about 4 feet from the transmitter with...
Excerpt: Well-created. Fits the hand just about naturally. The receiver can be some distance from the trackball itself, and not necessarily line-of-sight. Good array of programmable buttons. Battery life is actually fine.
Excerpt: Whilst it was operating it worked properly. Its a Logitech! I really like the Logitech keyboards and mice, don't use something else. Stopped working on my Win 7 machine, if I re-booted the machine a couple occasions I could get it to operate for a quick time, then even that didn't bring it to life.