Reviews and Problems with Logitech Trackman Marble
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Great ergonomic mouse
Jenn, B&H Photo
13 April 2015
Excerpt: I've had this mouse for years and my recent order was to replace my very old one (it took about 8 years before it went kaputz). I have issues with my right wrist and taught myself to use my left hand for the mouse, but this mouse made that easy and I can use it with the right if I choose or if...
Pros: Accurate Controls, Ergonomic Layout, Fast Response, Smooth Movement, Use With Either Hand
Excerpt: Mine was manufactured in April,2002, and I bought it soon after. I've used it regularly for photo editing, web surfing - the whole megilla. The programmable feature is great, and accuracy, ease of precise control, durability are all superb. I've had this through several computer builds.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Easy To Clean, Ergonomic Layout, Fast Response, Programmable Buttons, Smooth Movement
Excerpt: This mouse is awesome!! I first seen this type of mouse when I was in college a couple years ago. After graduating, I went back to the "typical" mouse. I came across it on B&H, at a better price than anywhere else...so I bought it!!
Pros: Accurate Controls, Customizable Buttons, Easy To Clean, Smooth Movement
Summary: Ordered to replace identical unit that I wore out the left button on. Does everything I need it to do without having to push, pull or drag a regular mouse all over the place. I don't like my laptop touch pad. This mouse has all the functionality I require for my apps and games.
Summary: Ordered to replace identical unit that I finally wore out the left button on. Does everything I need it to do without having to drag a regular mouse all over the place. Easier to control and less hassle than a touch pad.
Summary: I actually ordered one of these by mistake about 7 years ago. Best mistake I've made. The only thing I don't really care for is how easily the glide points for the ball gunk up if you have animals or smoke, they are easy to clean however.
Summary: Trackball is loose; so any vibration or quick movement causes the pointer to move. It lacks scroll wheel which was a big disappointment, I did not look at the picture carefully. But the biggest downfall is the location of the buttons.
Summary: My father bought one for playing Myst around 1998. But, it was a serial model and kind of had to die with that computer. So, when I bought my laptop, I got a USB marble mouse. If you get hurt and can't use your dominant hand, the symmetrical design makes it just as easy to switch sides.