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Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman (USB/PS/2)
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- No cord, no clutter, no hassle: cordless freedom, optical precision
- Comfortable, right-handed shape with a large, finger-controlled trackball
- Advanced buttons for easy navigation, plus a scroll wheel
- Smart power management keeps battery working for months
- Digital radio technology requires no line-of-sight; patented optical technology maintains smooth tracking and superior precision
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Logitech's patented Optical Marble technology ensures smooth cursor movement, while 27 MHz cordless digital radio technology gives you reliable cordless freedom. The product offers advanced navigation features in a form-fitting, right-handed design. Its special drag-lock functions let you move text and images with ease, while Cruise Control scrolling lets you scroll rapidly through Web pages and documents by merely pressing a button. With conveniently located thumb-operated forward and back buttons, you can easily move through applications and Web pages without having to move the cursor to the browser's onscreen buttons. Two AA batteries (included) keep you powered for six months or more.
Top Customer Reviews
1. The styling of the mouse could have been better designed. It takes a little getting used to using the trackball with fingers other than your thumb.
2. Logitech erred in the device drivers. I repeat, please do not install the drivers shipped with the package. Go to Logitech.com/support and download the 9.75.0 verson and install it, not the 9.60.0 version as it will damage your compatibility with other mice already installed.
3. The price of this mouse will set you back and have you looking elsewhere. But, the advantages of this mouse far outweigh the little-bit-above-customer-expectation price ...
4. This mouse requires a learning curve, as its design and the use of a trackball may not be familiarized with everyone's use. For those of you who have never used a trackball or is used to using a trackball with your thumb, this mouse does take a day or two to get totally used to.
5. Use the initial orientation/setup process seriously. Because of the nature of the styling of this mouse, the way you position the mouse on your desk while orienting/setting up the mouse will have an impact on usage.
1. RF frequency is used to the best capabilities in this mouse. I've used mice from other manufacturers and this one tops all of them. Using digital radio technology, this mouse allows you to place the RF receiver pretty much anywhere you'd like up to 20 feet away from the computer.
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I'm in my 30's. I use computer 8+ hours a day and start developing RSI symptoms.
I have tried / owned the following trackballs
Logitech TrackMan Marble FX Trackball
Logitech Optical Marble Mouse
Logitech Trackman Wheel Optical
Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman
Original 3 buttons Kensington Expert Mouse
Kensington Expert Mouse Pro
The Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman does not score well in my needs - eliminating / reducing my RSI related pains.
Pros: wireless, good build quality, good battery life, lots of programmable buttons, smooth scrolling trackball.
Cons: Cannot be used left handed, buttons are not located in convenient position (cruise buttons, scroll wheel are too small, awkward position of the forward/back buttons).
By far the biggest complaint is the most used left button.
This key is clicked N times a day so it should be easy to locate and click.
Instead, this button is concededly smaller than the one in Optical Marble Mouse and Trackman Wheel Optical.
Also, this button is positioned 45 degree on the left side of the mouse, and it requires some extra effort to click it, since you have to hold the trackman in position using your ring and little finger to counter the force you acted on using your thumb.
Consider this experiment, using only your thumb(without holding the trackman in position) and try to left click on it. You'll be tempted to secure the trackman using your other fingers. If you have to repeatedly do this, your muscle will be sore.Read more ›
Vertical/horizontal orientation is VERY far off out-of-box, (about 30 degrees, but feels like more at first) but can be adjusted under WINDOWS ONLY. (If you are a Linux user, you should probably pass, Linux mouse drivers don't currently offer orientation adjustments or extra [>3] button assignments) [Maybe some consumer pressure can convince Logitech to spare a few programmer-hours to add this support to the Open-Source driver? :^) Worth a few emails a week...]
Take placement warnings seriously:
The receiver is VERY sensitive to nearby metal. As an example, I placed the receiver on top of my steel computer housing, only 8 inches from the trackball, (right underneath it!!) and it was unreliable. I placed the receiver on my wooden desk, but on top of a few CDs, and it was unreliable at 12 inches. I turned the receiver UPSIDE-DOWN in either of those locations and I get 3-4 foot range! Obviously the antenna is located in the bottom of the receiver, which is IMHO a design flaw, but easy to overcome. When placed on wooden desk with no metal within 4 inches, I get up to 8 foot range before movement starts to stutter from transmission errors. Quite acceptable. Ability to mount on a vertical desk side would have been a very handy addition, however.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty great, works w windows 10. Not sure if I would pay $600. $550 max.Published 15 days ago by bradley d phelan
I was so sad to see these go out of production with no comparable replacement. Easily the best pointing device I've used, and very durable. Still going strong.Published 28 days ago by W. J. DiDomenico
I might like this if I ever got one that worked. first one was DOA. I sen it back. The replacement was DOA. It's still on my shelf. Nice paperweight.Published 1 month ago by A. Suchicki
Hands down the best mouse I've ever owned. I've had mine for..... Gotta be going on 8 years now. By some miracle it still works. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DaniB55
I've had several of these types of trackballs and this is the best
cordless so far. I have had no glitches with this unit and it travels
well. Read more
So I have seen the reviews on here that have focused on the current price. I paid 145$ around 2 years ago and I feel like it was the best purchase for hardware I have paid for in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by B Steeves Wifey/Hubby.Work
THIS PRICE is Absurd!! and is about to get me away completely from logitech!!!!! I am gon to Kennsington for all my cordless needs!!! thank you amazon and Logitech... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kim Williamson
These were great trackballs but somehow people could not let go of the awkward mouse method. Why would you want a device that you have to continuously pick up and reset, run out of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marco A. Avila Jr.
First off, let me just say: GOOD LAWD THAT'S A LOT A MONEY! I have owned 2 of this model and they are excellent. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrew J Libby