Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel
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Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel
seriousreader5 581, Rate it all!
9 July 2009
Summary: If you have a large hand, perhaps this trackball will be good for you. After purchasing this will much hope, I definitely prefer the Trackman Marble Mouse or Optical Marble Mouse with the trackball in the center, excellent for ambidextrous people, and easier to operate, --not available wireless.
I give it 3 stars because it is tiresome and slow for someone, again, with small hands.
Summary: This "cordless" trackman wheel isn't cordless at all! The unit requires the user to plug a transmitter into the computer via USB. This would probably be fine for a desktop computer user but if you are mobile with a laptop it is pointless. The receiver has a cord on it about 2 feet long so my opinion is if you are using this unit you might as well be using a corded track unit and save yourself $15-20.
Summary: I had the original TrackMan Wheel mouse (with a cord) and loved it. I regretted letting my mother-in-law have it the very second I agreed to it. I purchased this one as a replacement once I realised I didnt like a normal mouse any more. Plus I purchased a laptop and thought the cordless would be handy. This model works excellent and is great for use at home with a desktop computer.
Excerpt: "...slightly uncomfortable. As with my previous logitech mouse you have the ability to change the motion settings of the mouse e.g. put acceleration on low, med, or high and change the speed at which the cursor moves in general. However, I noticed that with acceleration off, if you try and move the cursor quickly you'll get decelleration and the cursor will not move that far... this is very inconvinient if you want to play FPS games online. I also ...
Pros: No wire, no problem of the colour fading to a creamy yellow that happens with white mice
Summary: Ich habe den Trackman gekauft um meinen Tennisarm/-ellenbogen zu schonen und diese Ziel auch erreicht. Leider wird durch die Höhe der Mouse, für die man große Hände haben sollte, sehr das Armgelenk beansprucht. Die Umstellung von der "normalen" Mouse hat ca. eine halbe Stunde gedauert. Deshalb werde ich zwischen "normaler" Mouse und Trackman wechseln um nach Möglichkeit jede Art von Überbelastung zu vermeiden.