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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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Nice and comfy, and accurate too

Advantages: Precise, sensitive, ergonomic, fully featured software, lots of buttons
Disadvantages: Slightly high effort, can take a while to get used to

As a graphic designer I require pin-point accuracy and high responsiveness in any pointing device that I use. I've been using a small ball thumb operated trackball for some time, and recently decided to opt for something better, so I decided to try out th ...

digitalburn 17.01.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Logitech Trackman Marble FX - trackball

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Caress that ball

Advantages: Excellent ergonomics, good price
Disadvantages: Built for big hands

I suffer from very irritating tendinitis and own a laptop (all be it the Laptop of Doom - which has an identity crisis (won't believe it has an A drive) and crashes more often than the worst cocain addicts) that has one of those awful little pencil top th ...

fam6 06.02.2002 · Read full review
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