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Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse 29.99

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Dec 3, 2007
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sweet.....my first trackball....
Logitech needs to make a bluetooth version of this.
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Nov 8, 2005
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Toronto
mucat wrote: sweet.....my first trackball....
Logitech needs to make a bluetooth version of this.
Logitech makes bluetooth trackball mice (M570, MX Ergo) but in a more traditional mouse style. I've been using mine for a few years now, love mine.
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ahson wrote: Logitech makes bluetooth trackball mice (M570, MX Ergo) but in a more traditional mouse style. I've been using mine for a few years now, love mine.
yep, i have 4 M570 at the moment....and 3 kensingtons and 2 elecoms....i have issues.... :D
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mucat wrote: yep, i have 4 M570 at the moment....and 3 kensingtons and 2 elecoms....i have issues.... :D
Mu'cat.... Explains it all
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I always thought this mouse resembled an alien spaceship lol
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Aug 30, 2017
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The more "traditional" wireless M570 trackball is also discounted at $39: https://www.amazon.ca/Logitech-910-0017 ... B0043T7FXE
I've been using those (and their wired predecessors) for close to 20 years now, I think. Love them.
The Trackman Marble... Not so much. Had it at one stage, didn't "click" with it (pun intended). I think it's geared more towards graphic designers and other visual artists. Not for the mere mortals' daily use, IMO.
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I have one back at the office, kinda wish I had brought it home four months ago.

I prefer these to the ones that operate by thumb. Ever since I hyperextended my thumb at work decades ago my thumb just can't do stuff like that.
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good to know.
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I've always wanted a trackball. How are these with gaming? (I'm a casual gamer,btw)
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sid8tive wrote: I've always wanted a trackball. How are these with gaming? (I'm a casual gamer,btw)
Works well enough for me (considering I'm a VERY occasional gamer too ;-)). Obviously, not as well as those super-precise professional gaming mice, nor does it have their programmable buttons... But with some practice, the trackball won't be your limiting factor ;-)
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sid8tive wrote: I've always wanted a trackball. How are these with gaming? (I'm a casual gamer,btw)
Depending on how casual and what type of game. Other than high pace action games, trackball is fine.
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sid8tive wrote: I've always wanted a trackball. How are these with gaming? (I'm a casual gamer,btw)
I love this particular trackball and have had this one for probably nearly 20 years. However, without the scroll wheel, I can't use this for any game that requires scrolling (e.g., zoom in and out). It's the only reason why I have 2 mice attached to my gaming computer.

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