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Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse, Four-Button, Programmable, Dark Gray
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- Optical Sensor technology
- Sensor Resolution: 300
- Interface: USB / PS2
- Number of buttons: 4
- Supported OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.5 or later, Chrome OS
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From the Manufacturer
Logitech TrackMan Marble
Superior comfort for either hand
Right handed? Left handed? Either way, TrackMan Marble keeps your hand comfortable and supported day and night, no matter how long you’re at the computer.
Smooth control at your fingertips
With a large fingertip-controlled trackball, you can move the cursor quickly, smoothly and accurately—without moving your hand or wrist. TrackMan Marble stays in one place so you can stay comfortably in control.
High reliability and performance
Logitech makes more trackballs than anyone in the world. You can buy TrackMan Marble with the confidence of knowing you’re getting proven performance, quality and reliability.
- Ambidextrous design
- Fingertip-based control helps reduce hand and wrist fatigue
- Exceptional comfort for long hours at the computer
- Forward/back buttons for fast web surfing
- Patented Marble optical technology for smooth tracking
Comfortable ambidextrous design
The long, broad palm area and gentle contoured shape provide maximum support and comfort for either hand—ideal for anyone who spends long hours working at the computer.
Convenient web surfing buttons
Two control buttons make it faster and easier to move forward and backward when you’re surfing the web. (Requires Windows-based PC)
Fast fingertip-based control
Enjoy quick, precise cursor control with just the move of your finger.
Patented Marble optical technology
Logitech’s patented sensor technology gives you smooth tracking on almost any surface so you can be productive wherever you work. (Does not work on clear glass or mirrors)
The stay-put base keeps your trackball—and your hand—in one place, helping to reduce wrist fatigue. Plus it saves desk space since you don’t need room to move around the device in order to move the cursor.
The larger size of the trackball makes it easier to control the cursor with less movement of your hand, delivering a great combination of long-lasting comfort and precision.
|Logitech TrackMan Marble||Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman||Logitech Wireless Trackball M570|
|What do you get?||Fingertip-based control and comfort||Cordless freedom, comfort and fingertip-based control||The ultimate in trackball freedom, comfort and thumb-based control|
|Connection type||Corded USB||27 MHz wireless||Robust 2.4 GHz wireless|
|Trackball operation||Fingertip-based control||Fingertip-based control||Thumb-based control|
|Customizable buttons for one-touch zoom and more||4||8||4|
|Windows and Mac support||✓||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Long before the optical mouse rose to fame, Logitech was already employing optical technology in the TrackMan Marble and its siblings. Pop out the ball and you'll find a small rectangular window. Behind that window are an infrared LED and the sensor. Together, they track the movement of the marble's leopard spots. It might not be as sexy as the bright red glow of a conventional non-laser optical mouse but it gets the job done with more precision and comfort. The TrackMan Marble is even ambidextrous, allowing lefties to use it as easily as righties.
If you're wondering about scrolling without a wheel, it all depends on the operating system. With the Logitech Control Center software installed on a Mac, the mini-buttons scroll up and down. With Windows running Logitech SetPoint, configure the mini button nearest your thumb for Autoscroll. This turns the ball into a variable-speed scroll control that's as easy to master as a wheel.
Some ergonomics expert made a comment on this site stating the contrary. From first hand experience I can tell you he is dead wrong. I also have coworkers who switched over to this mouse because they started experiencing pain and have been happily using it for years.
You will naturally end up using the mouse like this: wrist and arm for large motions. Finger tips for fine movements. Your thumb naturally clicks the button in a strong position. Draging is a little bit difficult so I advise you learn how to highlight using keyboard shortcuts, like the shift key. Its a small price to pay to get relief from the pain.
I never had to have wrist surgery either. By the way, I also switched to microsoft natural keyboard and use a keyboard tray. All of these things are important for taking care of your wrists.
Still, when I go back to a regular mouse my wrist starts to ache in only half an hour. The marble mouse rocks and I hope they continue to make it until I retire.
By the way, the thumb trackballs are terrible. I don't recommend them. Moving you thumb side to side seems to irritate the joint in no time.
This is easy to install and just as simple to use as the standard mouse. It takes a few days to become accustomed to the fact that you don't have to shove a mouse around, but it has all the functions that you would expect and once you are used to using it, you will wonder how you lived without it. I know I do. It's also very, very long-lived. My desktop mouse has been in use for six years now, and the only reason I had to order an extra was after I knocked it to the ground and failed to locate the marble-style ball (it surfaced three months later, having rolled behind a bookcase and into a corner.) The ease with which the trackball can be knocked out of the mouse is probably the only significant design flaw I've found, so would advise keeping the mouse in a place where such accidents won't occur (I hung on to the extra marble, once retrieved, to make sure that I'm never stuck again). But overall this strikes me as one of those rare technology products that does exactly what it's supposed to do, over and over again, and never malfunctions.
Recommended to anyone & everyone. You will be saving yourself from an ergonomic nightmare.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This my 2nd Trackman Marble Mouse. Dropped my 1st one a few too many times. Rolling the ball with my index finger forces my hand to be in a naturally RELAXED position. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by nurse in boston
I have multiple monitors and mousing between then means moving the mouse a lot. This solves the problem. Takes a bit getting used to.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Pinpoint accuracy, non-fatiguing design. Excellent ergonomics. Takes a bit to get used to using it, but you will never go back to a regular mouse again once you do.Published 3 days ago by Linda Hynes
This is one of the best ergonomic mouses in the market. Light an easy to carry or install.Published 4 days ago by Samuel G. Guia
Keeps me from chasing a mouse all over the place. Takes a bit of getting used to but it makes so much more sense to roll the ball in place instead of moving a whole mouse. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bill T
I love my marble mouse. This is my second one. The first went through a war and lasted 10 yrs.Published 4 days ago by J. Shaffer
Rather useless when the middle ball doesn't work like a scroll wheel (page up/page down) in a regular mouse does. Read morePublished 6 days ago by R. Redmond