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141. PS2 Optical Scroll Mouse
$33.99 $33.93 list()
142. RF Mobile Optical Mouse
$44.95
143. Rf Wireless Handy Trackball, Trigger
$15.99 $11.89 list($10.99)
144. USB Compact Optical Mouse 500
$19.66
145. USB Optical Travel Mouse
$19.99
146. Wireless Optical Mouse
$9.99
147. Wireless Portable Mouse, USB
list($49.99)
148. Kensington K644220 Orbit ADB Trackball
list($34.94)
149. Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball
150. Crayola Kids PC Trackbal
list($19.99)
151. Digital Research DRTRACK 3-Button
list($39.99)
152. Fellowes SPHERE TRACKBALL-COMBO
153. Ge Ho97773 Trackball Mouse
list($99.99)
154. Kensington 5.0 Expert 4 Button
155. KENSINGTON 64232 Orbit 3D USB
list($49.99)
156. Kensington K64224 Orbit USB (Mac)
list($39.99)
157. Kensington Orbit Trackball for
list($69.95)
158. Logitech Cordless Trackman FX
159. Logitech Marble Mouse
160. Logitech Marble Mouse Trackball

141. PS2 Optical Scroll Mouse
by Micro Innovations

our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0001STO3K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Micro Innovations
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Product Description

  • Optical Sensing Technology
  • Scroll
  • Customizable Buttons
  • Comfortable
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142. RF Mobile Optical Mouse
by Micro Innovations

our price: $33.99
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Asin: B0001STJHG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Micro Innovations
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Product Description

The Compaq Wireless Optical Mouse features Radio Frequency wireless technology, which provides a greater range of motion for the user and eliminates the need for an annoying cord from the mouse on your desktop. ... Read more


143. Rf Wireless Handy Trackball, Trigger
by Manhattan

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Asin: B0002342AO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Manhattan
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Product Description

An excellent tool for both classroom and field presentations, our RF Wireless Handy Thumb Trackball with built-in laser pointer is ideal for presentations. Enjoy the freedom to roam and to interact with your audience while making presentations from your PC or notebook. Your PowerPoint presentations will be stronger than ever. A must have for educators and professionals! ... Read more

Features

  • RF receiver plugs into your USB or PS/2 mouse port
  • No need to point the trackball at the computer
  • Button activated laser pointer, 50 range
  • Control your computer cursor from up to 20 feet
  • Thumb-operated trackball with laser pointer

144. USB Compact Optical Mouse 500 Black
by Marshall
list price: $10.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00080DSEM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Marshall
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Product Description

The compact size of this three-button mouse makes it the perfect notebook accessory. Optical technology delivers smooth, accurate performance on virtually any surface, and the wider scroll wheel lets you move through documents and Web sites quickly.

Features

Optical technology
An optical sensor tracks mouse movement, giving you greater durability, increased speed, improved accuracy, and more consistent performance.

Effortless scroll wheel
Save time and effort. Easily navigate documents and Web pages without having to click the on-screen scroll bar.

Comfort for either hand
The latest mouse design makes clicking and scrolling more comfortable and convenientno matter which hand you use.

... Read more

145. USB Optical Travel Mouse
by APC

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Asin: B0009SO1Y4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: APC
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Product Description

Connectivity solutions for mobile users.

Features:

  • Compact Portable Design
  • Plug and Play setup
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146. Wireless Optical Mouse
by Targus

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Asin: B0009PW2DE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Targus
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Product Description

Ideal for working on the road, the Wireless Optical Mouse is compact and easy to use. Includes USB receiver and user’s guide.

  • Optical wireless mouse: Optical technology with a wireless radius up to 50 feet
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147. Wireless Portable Mouse, USB
by FMI

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Asin: B0009DT8NS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: FMI
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Product Description

This portable, wireless mouse is perfect for the busy traveler on the go.The USB receiver is no larger than your thumb and can be easily stored inside the hidden compartment on the bottom of the mouse.The sleek, lightweight design and advanced electronic circuitry make this Wireless USB Portable Mouse the ideal solution for the road warrior.

Specifications:

  • USB Interface
  • Operations Range - 3 Feet
  • Resolution - 400dpi
... Read more

148. Kensington K644220 Orbit ADB Trackball (Mac)
by Kensington
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000K4KZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 41559
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Kensington Orbit looks like a mouse, feels like a mouse, but it's a trackball. This trackball is clearly one of the hottest new input devices on the market. Unlike other accessories that put a strain on your body after hours of use, this trackball gives your hands and arms a rest. Designed with Kensington's Hand-Hugging Comfort, the Orbit immediately transforms you to a comfort zone that blows away the competition. It's designed to support the natural angle of your hand and wrist, so you're able to work in a more comfortable and productive position. Plus, the unique shape of the Orbit is perfect for both left and right-handed users. Like other Kensington products, this powerful trackball comes with MouseWorks software that ends double-clicking woes. If your job entails hours of Internet access, the Orbit cannot be ignored. Instead of hitting a site and double-clicking to what you want, the Orbit opens files with a simple click. If you need to drag an image or paragraph across your desktop the days of holding down a mouse button are over with MouseWorks software. You can drag, scroll and highlight with just a click! With its Pop-Up Menu feature, you can create personal menus for the tasks you do most. For instance, commands such as Open, Print, and Save can easily be added to increase your overall productivity and performance. ... Read more

Features

  • Easy fingertip control offers natural, precise movement and orientation
  • Symmetrical shape for left- and right-handed users and all hand sizes
  • Natural wrist support eases fatigue
  • Customizable buttons give single-click solutions to repetitive tasks
  • Free downloadable software

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Well-made, great software, just try before you buy!
Kensington's products are, in my experience, well worth the money---they are EXTREMELY well-made and tech support is top-notch. I find the Orbit very comfortable and the included software allows a lot of control and customization (I've used this trackball on both Windows and Mac OS). As far as physical quality of the product, only Logitech's input devices come close.

As with any input device, it's best to try this one on for size before you buy. I find it very comfortable and a good way to minimize joint-related problems in my right wrist and hand, but the only way to figure out whether it's comfortable for you is to try it out in person, preferably in a store where you can compare it side-by-side with other ones.

3-0 out of 5 stars Cool looking; nothing special
If you've ever used a trackball before, this is nothing different. The only thing about it that struck me as unique was the blue ball, and the erginomic design. All in all, it's not worth it's price. ... Read more


149. Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball V1.0 and PS/2
by Microsoft
list price: $34.94
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Asin: B00000JDFW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 38126
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

IntelliMouse Trackball is designed to leverage the success of the IntelliMouse by incorporating the wheel technology in a trackball format. Utilizing the finger instead of the thumb to manipulate the trackball, the IntelliMouse TrackBall is ergonomically designed for greater user comfort. The trackball format allows users to conserve desktop space by allowing the user's hand to remain in a stationary position. It's the smart, comfortable way to work! ... Read more

Features

  • 30-day guarantee
  • Comfortable trackball design
  • Index-finger control
  • Scroll wheel
  • Easy zooming feature

Reviews (18)

3-0 out of 5 stars The good and the bad...
When I first got it, I LOVED it.Maybe it's just personal taste, but I love the placement of all of the controls.The ball is in the right place to use either my index or middle finger, scroll wheel just right for my ring finger, right and left mouse clicks with the thumb.The shape is just right for the natural placement of my hand.Oh, how wonderful and perfect.I have the Logitech version at home but it has the ball at the thumb and it's not nearly as comfortable.But then there's the downside...it has to be cleaned CONSTANTLY.The capstan-type rollers are constantly getting dirty.It doesn't matter how much you wipe your hands off, they will get dirty and then the ball just slips.I clean them at least once a day and it's really becoming quite a pain.It's especially annoying when you need your mouse placement to be relatively accurate, for example in applications like AutoCAD (which I use about 75% of the day).I've gotten about 4 years of use out of it which is fine...but it's time to move on to an optical type.They're just so darned expensive! :(

5-0 out of 5 stars Never seen another mouse come close...
I've owned the IntelliMouse Trackball ever since it came out and have never gone back to using a regular mouse since.
I spend 12 hours a day on a computer and can't imagine ever having to go back to a regular mouse again.
I have three of them, one for my work computer one for my home desktop and another for my laptop.
Although it does require cleaning every now and then, it takes less than 2 minutes to do.Worth it for the pain it has saved my arm due to carpel tunnel.
It was a shame that they discontinued it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Design - Same design in optical needed
I've been clinging on to my old trackball because it is so well designed.The new ones are either awkward, too large, etc.I do occassionally clean it.If they had an optical of this one, I'd buy in a heartbeat.I have had it for 98, 98 2nd ed, and now XP and it works fine.Microsoft:Keep It Simple!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, Smooth, Dirty
This is truly the best mouse I have ever used.It obviously takes a little time to get used to.Like any tool, you aren't going to be a master immediately upon using it.I've had it for years now and I would not go back to a normal mouse.

The problem as has been mentioned before is the dirt.Any small amount of lint, grease, oil... on your hands migrates to the contact points.The ball is slippery and requires regular cleanings.If this exact same design were available in an optical format, I would buy that immediately.The nearest designs are the Explorer by Microsoft, that I bought my brother for christmas last year.It works fine, but I have become so used to this one.

If you get a chance, or see an optical like this, jump on the opportunity to buy it (and let me know about it would you?).

5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball
Sorry to hear it's been discontinued.I've owned 3 of them so far and was looking for a 4th.Highly recommend it especially for women or children (people with small hands). ... Read more


150. Crayola Kids PC Trackbal
by Micro Innovations

Asin: B00004W40X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Micro Innovations
Sales Rank: 78295
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars BIGtrack is the best mouse for kids!
I have been looking for this product ever since Microsoft took their EasyBall off the market. The new BIGtrack is awsome. I have my 4 year old and my 2 year old both using it and their accuracy is amazing. I just wish that someone would update the information on Amazon. This product has been updated to a USB connection and the name was changed to BIGtrack. I used it on a win and mac machine and it is just plug and play.

5-0 out of 5 stars \Not very good for small hands
My 2 year old son, for whom I bought this device, can't properly use it.I believe that this problem stems from both the track ball's design for small hands and with his lack of patience.

The design does not allow someone to "accidentally" push the mouse's buttons.So, the user must make a concerted effort to press the button, which takes about the same amount of effort as flushing a toilet.As the distance between the track-ball and the mouse buttons is so great and the required effort so large, my child must lift his hand from the track-ball to press the mouse's buttons.And, in doing so, he generally drags his arm over the button, which moves the pointer.

This might not be a disaster for an adult, but most educational games are mouse, and not keyboard, intensive.These games require that the user click on the letter, number, shape, etc... So, if the pointer moves off of the target, the game doesn't function.

So, in short, for adults, this trackball probably functions as it should.However, for kids, it doesn't meet requirements.

BTW- I think that I paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $80 for this mouse, not the $40 listed in amazon for the Crayola model.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for little hands-compatible with W2K no problem
I know others have had difficulty with running on higher version OS, but I have my daughter's Crayola trackball running on Windows 2000 without any problem at all.The driver is irrelevant, just use the Microsoft driver for a regular 2 button mouse - it's that simple.Beyond that, I love the excellent precision you get with a trackball.My daughter started working on a computer when she was less than a year, and on a standard mouse it's hard to distinguish the buttons.Many of the smaller chid size mouses aren't very well made.Since all the younger child software is based almost solely on constant left mouse button clicking, we had one mouse before this and the left mouse button gave out in a very short amount of time, especially when the child is first learning and clicks too much.I have had this mouse for over a year now, and it's been nothing but great.

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't support Win2K or XP
Buyer beware: This product doesn't support anything past Win 95 or Win 98, maybe even ME (not sure about the latter -- doesn't say anything on the box). Checking their driver site, they don't have any drivers online either, and don't seem interested in producing any (at least based on the silence).

I have to say, it was a disappointment to me that they aren't supporting anything more modern.

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't support Win2K or XP
Buyer beware: This product doesn't support anything past Win 95 or Win 98, maybe even ME (not sure about the latter -- doesn't say anything on the box). Checking their driver site, they don't have any drivers online either, and don't seem interested in producing any (at least based on the silence).

I have to say, it was a disappointment to me that they aren't supporting anything more modern. ... Read more


151. Digital Research DRTRACK 3-Button Trackball
by Digital Research
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00001U0FQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Digital Research
Sales Rank: 121373
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Features

  • Detachable wrist-rest
  • Up to 6,400 dpi resolution for precise control
  • Ergonomically shaped for comfort
  • Customizable for right- or left-handed use
  • Accurate movement with opti-mechanical technology

152. Fellowes SPHERE TRACKBALL-COMBO PC/AT ( 99899 )
by Fellowes
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004Z6HT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fellowes
Sales Rank: 95990
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Product Description

Fellowes offers Sphere trackball. Its large removable ball brings precise control and easy maintenance. Sphere's high quality switches require less force and offer more comfortable use. Its symmetrical design is ideal for right or left hand users. ... Read more


153. Ge Ho97773 Trackball Mouse
by General Electric

Asin: B00009UHEH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
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154. Kensington 5.0 Expert 4 Button Mouse
by Kensington
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00000K4LD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 50668
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Kensington's line of trackball products has earned the largest number of awards in the industry's history. That's because of Kensington's commitment to combining the best hardware with the most up-to-date software features. Now, by matching easy-to-use software with a new 4-button design, the best just got better. The new Expert Mouse allows you to get more fingers in on the action. In addition, its flexible, symmetrical trackball design fits any size hand. ... Read more

Features

  • Mouse port and 9-pin connectors
  • Large ball and buttons
  • 2 MouseWorks buttons offer extra features
  • Auto scroll
  • Symmetrical for use with either hand

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
This is one of the best trackball mice I have ever used. The bigger size of ball helps you controll the mouse pointer much better. You can also configure 4 buttons to do most of the things you want to do with during a typical mice use. (I use top two buttons to move forward and backword while browsing Internet pages.) Its also very easy to change the behaviour of the buttons. Although I have used this mouse only for a month now, I have already become a big fan. I also feel that maintainace should easier that other trackball mouse.
The only thing bad about this mouse is its price. At $100 this is about twice other comparable mices. But the ease of use and useful featues easily make up for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product if you have hand problems
Kensington 5.0 Expert 4 Button Trackball is a great product for any computer user, being extremely rugged, precise and versatile.It's especially good if you have hand problems like I do.A few years back I broke my neck and as a result experienced serious loss of motor control in my hands.Since I use my computer several hours a day, use of a regular mouse became more and more of a difficulty for me.I looked at the options and decided to try the Kensington Expert Trackball.I use it in an unusual way--I tie it to my chair, and use it between my legs.I used epoxy to glue a ring on the plastic bottom of the mouse's case, to which I attach a nylon cord which is tied to my computer chair.This was the answer to my troubles, as I am now able to keep my wrists and arms almost straight when using the mouse.It is a very secure and ergonomic way to use this product.The product itself definitely rates five big stars for quality and durability. This product is a must-have computer tool, for me at least.I predict you'll especially like the "Easy-Launch" feature which enables you to program all kinds of functions onto the mouse.

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect
I bought one of these about 2 years ago after reading many positive reviews, including PC Magazine, Jim Seymour, etc. and I have been very satisfied. My only 2 improvement areas are:

a. The connector to the trackball body tends to unplug very easily. The connecting cord itself is rather short.
b. No USB connection, must use the included serial\mouse adapter.
c. No scroll wheel; you can use the auto scroll feature but in some programs tends to be skimpy, i.e. in WordPerfect and you have to shift settings to avoid it. Most of the programs or web pages offer no problem about it whatsoever.

Pros:

a. Extremely smooth, precise and easy movement and comfort, not once my cursor has stuck. Optical sensors read the stainless steel rollers (on ball bearings) movement, these rollers are really "the highest quality and smoothest movement available" like the legend in the box said.
b. Cleaning it is a snap, take the ball out, blow into the emty cavity, put it back, done.
c. Very sturdy, I know these balls are not built for falling to the floor, but sometimes your toddler takes it out of its socket and in the process could bounce before you react; mine had one or two hits on hard floor, and it got no scratch at all. The body of the trackball on the other hand, had a piece of a marble tile fall from a wall and had only a minor scratch.

Most of the cons are fixed in the pro model with scroll wheel, without cord and some bells and whistles, but is a more expensive option, if you can live with these minor imperfections and want a sturdy, reliable performer you'll be a happy user.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Design, Poor Software
This is the best designed mouse on the market, from an ergonomic point of view. It is extremely comfortable to use and can take heavy use. I love the design and the flexibility of the button assignments.

However, the software for NT and Windows 2000 is very poor. Like another reviewer, I had a crash while installing it on NT. It also crashed while being installed in Windows 2000. Since then the mouse periodically loses all its programmable functions, requiring a reboot to get it back. Tech support says they know this is a problem...No fixes. I was very sad to have to switch to another brand.

If you are running a version of Windows which is well supported by Kensington's software, this is a great product. I can't imagine a better mouse.

I just wish Kensington would write software as good as their mouse!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the better ones
A great and reliable performer. Original models had troubles with switches. My current unit is about 5 years old and still working well. Ball and rollers require infrequent cleaning. ... Read more


155. KENSINGTON 64232 Orbit 3D USB Trackball for PC
by Kensington

Asin: B00006B8NU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 74152
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Product Description

The Kensington Orbit looks like a mouse, feels like a mouse, but it's a trackball. This trackball is clearly one of the hottest new input devices on the market. Unlike other accessories that put a strain on your body after hours of use, this trackball gives your hands and arms a rest. Designed with Kensington's Hand-Hugging Comfort, the Orbit immediately transforms you to a comfort zone that blows away the competition. It's designed to support the natural angle of your hand and wrist, so you're able to work in a more comfortable and productive position. Plus, the unique shape of the Orbit is perfect for both left and right-handed users. Like other Kensington products, this powerful trackball comes with MouseWorks software that ends double-clicking woes. If your job entails hours of Internet access, the Orbit cannot be ignored. Instead of hitting a site and double-clicking to what you want, the Orbit opens files with a simple click. If you need to drag an image or paragraph across your desktop the days of holding down a mouse button are over with MouseWorks software. You can drag, scroll and highlight with just a click! With its Pop-Up Menu feature, you can create personal menus for the tasks you do most. For instance, commands such as Open, Print, and Save can easily be added to increase your overall productivity and performance. ... Read more

Features

  • You've heard it before, but this time you really may want to be the first one on your block to take this new cybernetic voyage!
  • USB interface; includes drivers for Windows

156. Kensington K64224 Orbit USB (Mac)
by Kensington
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000K4L2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 69842
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Orbit looks like a mouse. Feels like a mouse. And is as easy to use as a mouse. But Orbit is a trackball. So there is less hand and arm movement. More comfort and control. And because Orbit stays in one spot, you save valuable desk space. Orbit is clearly one of the hottest input device products on the market. ... Read more

Features

  • Free downloadable MouseWorks software
  • Easy fingertip control offers natural, precise movement and orientation
  • Symmetrical shape works for left- and right-handed users and all hand sizes
  • Natural wrist support eases fatigue
  • Customizable buttons offer single-click solutions for repetitive tasks

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Product-Simpely the best trackball i have ever used
i haven't had any of the problems of the other people that have written reviews.Sure it gets durty, but it really isn't that hard to clean.It is a great product and like i said before, i have NOT had any of the problems that the other people have complained of and i've had mine for 3 years.It really deserves a better score than a 2/5.and like i said in the title of this review, it is simpely the best trackball that i have ever used.

2-0 out of 5 stars Comfortable, but short-lived
I initially chose this mouse at a local computer retailer because of its comfort and Mac-friendly compatibility. In my opinion, it is quite comfortable (a very natural feel), and worked decently well. However, there was a catch, as I was soon to find out. After about 3 months of rigorous usage, the mouse began to perform poorly; and it only got worse. I finally diagnosed the problem--dust had collected in the tiny roller pins, and attempted to clean it but with poor results. I would use the mouse at 7 in in the morning, and it would be fine. Then I would go back at around noon, and it was a radically different story--I would barely be able to obtain any steady range of motion, eventually having to spin the trackball as fast as i could, which resulted in sparatic dashes of the cursor from one side of the screen to the other. Absolutely nightmarish!!! I put off replacing it for quite some time, and in the meantime I simply used keystrokes and other desparate measures in a desperate attempt to retain some level of function on my computer. Yesterday, I purcahsed the Logitech Optical Marble Mouse (ASIN: B00005T406), and I am overwhelmed at the difference. I [happily] unplugged the distraught Kensington Orbit, and simply replaced it with the Logitech. It seemed as if nothing ever happened. Flawless change. Not even a whirring buzzing sound inside of the machine to alert me I had done something wrong. Because the Logitech is optical, I will no longer have to worry about dust buildup (a huge relief!!).
IN CONCLUSION: Skip the Orbit. Get the Logitech ...

2-0 out of 5 stars Pay more for something better!
I liked the idea of not rolling a mouse around my desk; particularly since i have a laptop and i don't like the track pad at all.
The Kensington Orbit was fantastic at first; up and running in seconds, easy to use and feels great in my hand.
However, after approx. 3 months use, I find that the left-right action gets stuck very easily and is very hard to start again. Getting the ball out to clean the rollers is easy, but actually cleaning those tiny little rollers is a nightmare, much harder than a normal mouse.
Plus, the rubber is so small it is deteriorating really quickly.
I discovered the roller itself gets stuck inside the casing and doesn't spring back as it should, so the roller is not touching the ball.
In conclusion: you get what you pay for: cheap and nasty!

2-0 out of 5 stars Go for the turbo mouse
If you don't really care about precision don't bother reading.The Turbo Mouse, despite its name, is another kensington trackball.It's not as pretty as the orbit (just gray) but it is far superior to ANY trackball on the market and it has 4 buttons. After having to leave my old Turbo Mouse with a former employer I tried several cheaper substitutes (FYI: Macally products are nearly useless) but ended up spending the loot on the Turbo Mouse.Check it out...take apart your trackball and look at the guts. The ball rests on low friction surfaces right?Look closely now, they may try to fool you.The turbo mouse is the only trackball I've found that rolls on bearings.Smoother than a baby's...uh....frictionless surfaces.Oh... don't even get me started on optical trackballs...have you ever tried to use PhotoShop with an optical trackball?It's like painting with mud.But if you just use Word and EMail ignore me...don

4-0 out of 5 stars A Reply to the previous critic, Frances
Do no listen to Frances. This trackball rules! He is unaware that he does not need the extra software to adjust the speed of the trackball. He simply needs to go to the control panel and adjust the mouse sensitivity as hewould with any other mouse. ... Read more


157. Kensington Orbit Trackball for PC's and Compatibles
by Kensington
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00000JKKH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 142110
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars High maintenance!
This trackball worked great for about the 1st 6 months. Of course, I had to clean it at least once a week because the mechanisms that operate the trackball get extremely gummed up and any hair or fibers will get wrapped around the small rollers inside. I loved this trackball because I am a left handed mouser & I have very small hands, this trackball allowed me to be on my computer for hours with minimal discomfort. But after 6 months the bliss ended with a trackball that wouldn't track. I sent it back to kensington & they repaired it & sent it back to me. Meanwhile I went out & bought another just like it while my old one was being repaired. I thought it was just a defective unit. but after about 6 months the new trackball stopped tracking too.
So I wouldn't buy this product unless you don't mind shipping it out to repaired every 6 months for 3 years & then buying a new one (because Kensington only warranties this product for 3 years).

It's shame because out of the box it's the best trackball I've used. I'm now using an Logitech Marble Mouse. I experience more discomfort in my wrist with this one but I've had this one for over 2 years now & it still works great.

Kensington needs to come out with an optical version of this trackball ... Read more


158. Logitech Cordless Trackman FX Optical Trackball
by Logitech
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00005NIMG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 52246
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Experience true cordless freedom. Place this comfortable optical trackball where you choose. It's digital radio technology works in a six-foot range without being pointed at the computer. Patented optical technology delivers superior precision, reduced wear, and smooth tracking. ... Read more

Features

  • Adjustable Wrist pad for added comfort and control
  • True cordless freedom means more desktop flexibility
  • Reliable digital radio technology requires no line of sight
  • Patented optical technology delivers superior precision for detailed work and smooth tracking
  • Virtually maintenance free

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very comfortable to use
I had never used a trackball for any long period of time before using this one. That was because all of the other trackballs that I have tried seem a lit akward to control.The Logitech Cordless Trackman FX Optical Trackball solves this problem by placing the ball between your thumb and fingers allowing you to be able to use either your thumb or your fingers to control the pointer.This made it a lot less akward for me to use than other trackballs, especially for more precise movement.

The trackball also has several buttons that can be programmed to perform a variety of tasks.These buttons are placed conveniently and are comfortable to use.

The only drawback that I found was I think it could have offered a better method of wrist support.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the trackball for me
I've had this trackball for a few months now and I absolutely love it. I have small hands, so I was worried that the ball would be too big. In the past I've always used a Microsoft trackball that had a tiny ball in it.

I work a lot of hours on the computer and ergonomics are an absolute must for me. This trackball fits the bill. The shape of it is strange at first, but my hand cups over it more naturally than any other mouse type product I've ever used. I also love having four buttons! They're programmable so you can set them up any way you'd like.

The design and position of the ball allows you to use your thumb for control, or any of your other four fingers on the opposite side. When I first started using it I actually used all fingers for better control. I like a sensitive trackball, but I found that this one is the most sensitive I've ever used. With others, I would have to set my mouse speed as high as it would go to get the sensitivity I wanted. With this trackball, I had to set it at a medium speed instead, because high is *really* sensitive.

In short, I love this trackball and expect to use it for years to come.

4-0 out of 5 stars GREAT!!
I would have to say that initially, this mouse takes a little bit of time to get used to, (not too long, but some time), but I will not give it up.The options you have as far as customizing the commands/buttons and accuracy of the trackball are superb.I have co-workers that have switched over after just trying mine out for an hour or two.Have one @ all three of my stations!!

5-0 out of 5 stars BETTER than the cordless OPTICAL MOUSE!!!
Very nice design, sturdy, comfortable, and most importantly it controls the cursor very smoothly and accurately!

I've also tried the Logitech cordless OPTICAL MOUSE, but for some reason, it is not as accurate as this and will skip often -- try moving the wireless optical MOUSE very quickly with sudden change in directions, and you'll see something isn't natural (but the optical TRACKBALL won't skip like this!).

The Logitech FX Optical Trackball controls the mouse cursor very smoothly and ACCURATELY (I say it is better than a corded mouse) even with quick sudden movements.I think/suspect that it's because of the fixed pattern laid out on the trackball so the optical camera can better detect movements; if you move an optical MOUSE on a glossy (one solid color) surface, you'll see that the mouse cursor just SITS there when you move the mouse (u see what I mean, right?I'm telling you the optical trackball actually works better than the mouse!).

I like the way the large trackball is placed right where my index and middle fingers are.It is much easier to control than using just your thumb.I use those two fingers to control my handwriting, so this design feels very comfortable for me.

The only drawback is that it does not have a good scrolling wheel.Well, you can assign/program two of the four buttons to do this, but a wheel is much better.No big deal though.

The single battery you place in it literally lasts for months without skipping -- I use the cordless trackball about 4-5 ft away from the computer/receiver unit.

I dropped this mouse several times from my chair armrest to a hard wooden floor.Worked fine each time afterwards.I knocked it down from the top of my raised 19" monitor to the hard wooden floor about 4-5 feet down!I thought it was dead for sure.I have a tiny little scratch, but the unit still works great!And that's when I decided to write this review.What can I say, this is superb quality.

2-0 out of 5 stars Old habits never die
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. Most of all I missed having my scroll wheel in the middle. I have over the years become very accustomed to that feature and did not like the way this device works around this button. It was however sensitive with its tracking and felt comfortable except when I had to use it. It was also fairly easy to setup although WIN XP gave me a little trouble at first recognizing the drivers the device came with. Also the price I found was a bit high after using it which between the comfort and price along with my middle scroll wheel button earned its rating. ... Read more


159. Logitech Marble Mouse
by Logitech

Asin: B00004VUGM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 68867
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Logitech Marble Mouse fits right and left hands like a mouse and works like a trackball. It saves space and reduces hand and wrist movement. Patented Marble optical technology provides superior precision and smooth motion without regular cleaning. Marble Mouse works with PC's and USB-port Macintosh systems. ... Read more

Features

  • Ergonomic design for comfort, even during extended use
  • Easily connects to a USB or PS/2 port
  • Designed for left and right hands
  • Features Marble technology for smooth precision
  • Practically maintenance-free

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars QUITE A SURPRISE
I stumbled across this trackball on EBAY by accident. Though, it looks similar to the gray Logitech trackball and seems like some type of knock off version, this trackball is very accurate and has become one of my favorite trackballs.

It is a tad smaller than Logitech's other trackballs and gives the user the feel of a regular mouse with the touch of a trackball.

It is not wireless but few Logitech's are and even Kensington wireless expert pro mouse does not respond as well as the white Logitech trackball.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love dem track balls
My third one and all three are still working.This one took a little more getting used to than past ones and tweaking the software for it but after doing that I have to say this one is my favorite.It is easier to "de-gunk" than earlier version and after the tweaking is responsive just how I like it.

If you own a regular mouse, you have my sympathy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lefty Trackball
Hi I'm A home schooled student and so I'm on the PC a-lot.So after my wrist was throbing from a history Quiz useing a mouse, I figured that I should get a trackball.Problem is I'm a lefty.This thing works extremly well in both hands. My only beef is that the ball isn't under my thumb.but if you want a smooth ride get this.

P.S. If anyone knows or is a Logitech employee please make a lefty thumb trackball.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best trackball
While I have owned a number of trackballs, I have not found one yet that is as simple and easy to use as the Logitech Marble mouse. It is immediately recognized by Windows, and works without additional software or drivers. The best feature in my opinion is the fact that it can be used by left-hand or right-handed users. So many trackballs are made to work only for right-handed people, which I am not. While they work fine for my wife, they are difficult for me to handle. But the Marble mouse works for us both! It is easy to clean, and very comfortable to use. If you don't have one, get one today!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Trackball
I have been using this trackball for 18 months now and just love it.Easy to keep clean.Fits your hand like a glove.I have tried other tackballs but found them hard to keep clean.This is the best optical trackball I have found for the price.I now
own four and the first one is going strong. ... Read more


160. Logitech Marble Mouse Trackball
by Logitech

Asin: B00000JBUC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 51453
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Marble Mouse combines the precision of Marble technology, the fit you love and the convenience of a trackball. This innovative mouse provides comfortable curves while letting you navigate by simply rotating the trackball instead of moving the mouse on your desk.Marble technology provides high precision with low maintenance. It replaces the mechanical parts of traditional trackballs with an optical tracking system to provide superior accuracy, reduced wear, and smooth motion, even if the ball gets dirty or scratched. And, Marble doesn't have to be regularly cleaned like the trackball. Marble Mouse fits your hand like your favorite mouse. You get comfortable and easy control of the buttons and ball whether you use it with your left or right hand. ... Read more

Features

  • Fits right or left hand
  • Unique Logitech Marble technology
  • Stationary to save desktop space
  • Ships with PS/2 to serial adapter

Reviews (14)

3-0 out of 5 stars will not last forever
im in the market for a new trackball. ive used a
Logitech Marble Mouse Trackball for about 3 years. one of the buttons has become weak and falters. i hold it down, dragging the things onscreen, and the button flickers off, dropping what im dragging. is the life of a mouse 3 years? can't we shoot for 10?

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME FOR A LEFT HANDED PERSON!!!
I just got mine and am so pleased, as a left handed person, at the ease of use. I believe this item was made for us!The index finger moves the ball & the middle finger fits perfectly for the main clicker.The right clicker, which is not used as much is manipulated with the thumb.I would not want to use my thumb more than that as it would cause cramping. Super comfortable hand fit. Movement is smooth!And another really cool thing is NO MORE MOUSEPAD!!!For someone (like me!) who has limited space that is a definate bonus!It seems to be weighted perfectly to stay exactly where you place it. I am just very impressed.

5-0 out of 5 stars you'll never have to buy another one!
First off..... I didn't buy my Logitech mouse trackball from amazon, Iwish I had because I paid more for mine in an "office/computer"store. I started with a mouse, well alot of mouses... then switched to atrackball.. then had to keep replacing it due to the rubber insides fallingapart. This trackball is the best on the market! It has outlasted all theother mouse/trackballs I have used... and it still works great. Since ituses sensors instead of rubber you don't have to worry about it fallingapart. Once my friends started coming over and using my trackball they allwent out and bought one too...it is a must have! Like I said... I paidmore for mine then what it is offered for here... but I would pay as muchfor it again in a heartbeat.... what a deal!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, solid trackball
This Logitech trackball is pretty good--durable, sensitive, with sensiblebutton placement.That said, its ergonomic design isn't for everyone; mylarge, stubby hand and fingers aren't ever quite at rest with it. (Could itbe that that's the secret of ergonomy?)I hated it at first, but havegrown used to keeping my wrist muscles slightly tensed.As a writer, Idon't use the pointer nearly as much as the keyboard, but I imagine that adesigner or other GUI-intensive professional might find this problematic. For less-frequent users, or those lucky enough to possess properly-shapedhands, this is plenty good enough.

5-0 out of 5 stars If your're looking for a great trackball this is the one!
This the first trackball I've used, that feels like a mouse. It takes a whole ten minutes to get used to and after that you'll never want to use a standard mouse again. Sure you could buy another basic mouse but think ofhow many of those things you've gone through in a year. Spend the extramoney it's worth it. ... Read more


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