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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 t...

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Satisfactory

Size, ergonomics

Price, drivers, compatibility, customer support, n...

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: no answers, or automated answers that...

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Satisfactory

“A CLEVER MOUSE MY ARSE !”

published 22/05/2007

Looks good

The price considering its durability

22nd May 2007 Not Kensington's finest! Pros: The trackball runs smooth if operating normally. The looks and feel are good (except the scroll ring). Cons: First off, I never abused both (one of which was a replacement) of my Kensington mouses . The scroll ring sucks, they need a better bearing...

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Excellent

published 27/07/2007

The Kensington Expert Mouse is by far the best pointing device I have ever used. I had been using a Logitech MX, which I have since sold.

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Not for me

“Not Vista compatible”

published 13/06/2008

they will take it back

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 only the bottom two buttons will work with...

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