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This is one weird 'wild' mouse... ;)

Advantages: Bi - handed allowed, sleek (and modern), saves space, V.easy to use and it goes on.
Disadvantages: Dust may cause problems - but its not as bad as the dust affects on a typical mouse.

Kensington Orbit Elite Kensington - http://www.kensington.com. I’m not to sure if Kensington is a well known brand. All I know is that they are a computing business whom produces various computing products such as mice and wireless products. So ...

Saiyan 03.03.2004 · Read full review
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kensington track ball mouse

Advantages: just so easy to uise
Disadvantages: take a litle getting used to

I have been using a track ball mouse for a number of years now i think it must be at least five.Find it very easy to use for working on my projects hobby restoration of old photos. For this type of work you need a good deal of control if you are to make ...

tel1749 28.05.2009 · Read full review
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Big mice, little mice!

Advantages: Not as much hand movement needed
Disadvantages: Think you need a big hand to use this?

I first tried this mouse in work. It was one of many different mice that i tried to help relieve the symptoms of RSI(Repetitive Strain Injury)I was experiencing. I was told that because the actual base of the mouse stays still, and you move the cursor ...

Haybo 09.09.2003 · Read full review
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Excellent ball, the rest is awful

Advantages: Size, ergonomics
Disadvantages: Price, drivers, compatibility, customer support, noisy

While the actual trackball is an excellent piece of equipement (big, ergonomic, plenty of buttons), everything else is quite wrong when you buy it. The price is probably double what it should be, and for that money you get a very lousy customer support: ...

andycted 18.12.2007 · Read full review
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Not Vista compatible

Advantages: they will take it back
Disadvantages: not Vista compatible

...Since I wrote the reivew below, Kensington have *finally* released Windows drivers that work on my now Windows 7 machine. Original review: I bought three of these devices only to discover that Kensington do not support it with Vista drivers, meaning that ...

dwmusic 13.06.2008 · Read full review
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