Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel
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Great Mouse but NUTS pricing
17 March 2013
Summary: I've now had 4 of these AMAZING input devices - which saves effort/time, has great range and battery life and eliminates carpel tunnel. However, I've never paid more than $50 for any of mine (3 still work at 3 and 4 years later, one doesn't because it was dropped one too many times. This price however is FKN insane. Shop around folks.
Summary: After a HARD day of counting my money and tripping children at the local food store I love coming home and thumbing my ball. No more will I have waste wrist muscle movement while I watch web videos I have moved on to the next level with ball thumbing. At 200 dollars I thought I was going to get arrested for stealing from the amazon but no cops have come knocking on my door yet.
Summary: I've been using it for 3 months now and can not be happier! Really practical and functional. As soon as you get used to it, this little helper becomes an integral part of any home or office work you do. Perfect for i-net surfing. Using it with MS Office takes some minor skills, but you'll learn eventually. Ergonomic, fits ideally in your palm. You won't get tired. Highly recommend this product!
Summary: This is my second such mouse, but the other one was wired. I like the flexibility that comes with using multiple fingers and not having to move the mouse itself around. I am delighted with this purchase.
Summary: I've been using a TrackMan mouse for years . Then I saw that Logitech made
a wireless one, So I bought one and am I glade I did! Now I don't have the
wire to contend with. This model fits the hand better witch makes it a-lot
more comfortable to use.
Summary: Once you get accustomed to the joy of trackballing, you'll wonder how people can tolerate the stiff ordinary mouse.....or even the boring touchpad for notebooker users. I have the wireless one for my notebook. I'm not sure about gamers with the trackball, but for me, I would be lost without it. I prefer the right thumb configuration...try it,.. Smooth. It takes a minute to learn how to use it.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Common mice are clumsy, Easy To Clean, Ergonomic Layout, Fast Response, Smooth Movement