Currently Out Of Stock! Kensington Expert Mouse Wireless Trackball – My latest acquisition, and perhaps the one which will dethrone the Logitech Cordless Optical TrackMan as my all-time favorite trackball – it’s just a bit too soon for me to be sure about that. The voyager has three buttons positioned around the ball. The body has flat vertical sides, and the buttons are integrated into those side surfaces. The button immediately to the right of the ball is the “left” button, and the one above that in the upper right corner is the “right” button. This was a pretty good gimmick at the time that it was first released – even the idea of a scroll ring instead of a wheel was pretty new, and to have it be touch-sensitive rather than mechanical was just very spiffy. This odd-looking trackball is thumb operated and is both Mac and PC compatible, making it a great choice for anyone in search of a better mouse.
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Logitech T-bb13 Trackman Marble Wheel Wired USB
Tested and Works Great! But after kogitech a day, we found that this mouse felt more natural to use. As soon as I started using it I remembered one of the more irritating things about it – when it is correctly oriented in your hand so that rolling the ball up moves the cursor upthe logitwch comes out of the bottom.
Logitech TrackMan Voyager – In some ways this was the next generation of the Thumbelina, because you could easily hold it in your hand and roll the ball with your thumb.
The drag-lock button on the Thumbelina only produces one event each time you whwel it, alternating between button 1 press and button 1 release. Skip to main content. I just wrote about this trackball, so refer to that post for all the details about buttons, scrolling, connectivity and comfort.
For those who are either used to a traditional mouse or who have used a finger-operated scroll wheel, the TrackMan Marble Wheel may take some getting used to. I got out the Thinkpad T That’s a real drag for some people Kensington Expert Mouse Wireless Trackball – My latest acquisition, and perhaps the mluse which will dethrone the Logitech Cordless Optical TrackMan as my all-time favorite trackball – it’s just a bit too soon for me to be sure about that. No additional duties or fees.
Unfortunately it doesn’t turn out to be quite as nice to use as you might expect, particularly as a trackball, so I don’t really use it all that often.
This was the first symmetrical trackball I owned could be used either left- or right-handed I since the Trackman Voyager. The buttons still work exactly as they did in mouse mode. The one thing it was good for was to push the ball out of mxrble case so you could clean out the dust from inside.
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It has an optical motion sensor on the bottom and a scroll ball on the top. There is a place to store the receiver in the battery compartment when it is not being used.
As the thumb generally is not the most dexterous of the five digits, you may find logotech hard at first to actually get the cursor to point to the right icon. Logitech MX Ergo wireless trackball mouse. Do you love tech deals?
Logitech 910-000806 TrackMan Marble Wheel Mouse – USB, Optical
The smallest of the three, centered above the ball, is the left button, the curved button to the right of the ball is the right button, and the one curved around the left of the ball is the middle button.
Four customizable buttons for easy access to key tasks. There is very minor signs of use on the mouse. However, the lovely middle button is gone, replaced by a scroll wheel that is squeezed between the other two buttons and which does double duty as a middle button.
When they are clicked, on Linux they actually generate two sets of button events – scroll down generates events for buttons 4 and 11, and scroll up generates buttons 5 and I’ve got one, and I’ve been trying it out along with the latest release of the Raspbian Linux operating system. Logitech Warranty provided by: Minor Scratches in case. Rather than having a hole in the back to allow you to easily pop the ball out for cleaning, this one actually has trzckman locking ring around the ball which you have to trakman and remove before you can get the ball out.
Fits well in hand.
So in the following descriptions I will include information about what event is sent by each button on them.
The voyager has three buttons positioned around the ball. Oh, and of course the cord is gone, and the bulky cordless receiver as used by the earlier Logitech models has finally been replaced by a nice little nano-dongle receiver.