Logitech TrackMan Marble

Logitech TrackMan Marble

  • Connection: Wired
  • Features: Also for left-handed, Trackball, Ergonomic design
  • Number of buttons: 2
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7 years ago
An excellent ergonomic mouse. 've had this before when RSI has begun to make itself felt. Now, I ordered another one to relieve a little at long programming workouts at the computer. + Fine ball + Good precision + Is good in the hand. - No good scroll function. I miss that a lot. - No back button, tough when you are browsing. Otherwise a really good mouse for pennies. Would you tear it out, it's small potatoes to buy a new one.

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8 years ago
Have both this and the Logitech Cordless Trackman and is not really happy with any fully. Why should it be so difficult to make a trackball which is good? The good thing with this is: - Good precision! - Cord! (Avoid battery jam) - Do not provide RSI but can cause pain in your hand as your palm is flat instead of at an angle - Takes up little space on your desktop - You can use left and right hands - Good button placement - Inexpensive The bad: - No scroll wheel - Something small ball and as previously mentioned, is the hand flat - Microswitch in the buttons are of poor quality and wear out quickly. Has shifted location twice from other buttons but now begins the third litigated and then there is none left. Cordless Trackman has considerably more substantial switch to their buttons. Summary is that it is a bit of poor quality and little oergonomisk to be used daily for work, etc. It lacks some buttons in order to work effectively as well as where wins Cordless Trackman. This, however, cord and significantly better precision and a combination of these would have been a good trackball.

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8 years ago
Bought it to use with the left hand to rest musarmen. Very good accuracy with the buttons are a bit loose and gives no impression of quality and does not sit quite ergonomic. I've also got some work in the forearm because "mouse" is so high. Big minus for that there is no scrollerhjul! Universal Scrolling and Autoscroll usually works but not in all programs.

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9 years ago
Used this for years and have never been any problems with it! Ergonomic, which is good if you are struggling with mouse arm, etc. Has big hands, which means that I must have your palm relatively far behind, for steering control trackball with your fingers, which means that I do not relax as well off as I wish. Seems like it's better for people with normal / small hands. The ball works well, but can be somewhat slow and jerky scrolling in time, especially at small mouse movements. Works for both left-and right-handed. Missing scroll, and the small buttons at the side of the main keys is very knotete to use. Have never tried a logitech trackball (ball controlled with the thumb) but will believe you relax even more in arms about it. but it is however only for right-handers.

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10 years ago
Can not give it anything other than the highest grade. Have had it in my possession since 99 and has first been called my brother had it for 2 years, so this year is its 10th anniversary. Besides the paint has been worn so it is like new.

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10 years ago
Gruesomely good mouse for the money. Transitioned from a regular mouse to it. Nevertheless maintains a regular Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse that. + Really nice, does not look to be nice but really it + Fast Learning Curve + Troubled fast movements are possible + Good precision + Inexpensive + Stable, does not feel plasticky - + No scrolling, yes. But written their own "drivers" in AutoHotkey for this, which allows one to simulate scrolling, and also retain the ability to browser navigation (pm text me for these).

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13 years ago
Is significantly better for the arm than a regular mouse, but it has some weaknesses. + Helps good against RSI. + Strong sturdy construction. + Good accuracy. + Good price. - Play FPS does not go particularly well. - The rubber feet folds at regular intervals up to the edges so it starts to wiggle until you poke them back. - The shape allows hands with long fingers are not quite optimal, I have sometimes been a little pain in the hand. Would have been a bit wider. - No scroll wheel.

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14 years ago
I have used this trackball for over two years and it has completely replaced my old mouse. I have used it in both windows and linux, and all the potential uses. In common desktop applications (web browsing, file management, etc.) there is no difference in function compared to a mouse. To the game works fine, but it's definitely one of habit. The main advantage is that it requires less hand and arm movements than a mouse, which is not only more comfortable, but I also think it helps to prevent RSI. It also takes up less space on your desktop, and it is always in the same place, so you can reach for it without groping (if you do not take your eyes off the screen). Do not use the keyboard, you can sit back with the trackball on your lap or on the arm, a great way to change your working position. :) The main disadvantage is that it lacks the middle button / scroll wheel. The scroll function is not the problem, there are two small buttons that can be used to scroll up and down. However, many applications use the mouse wheel as a middle button, and that I lack. It needs to be cleaned often to the ball will roll good. Cleaning is easy, the ball is just to lift out so that you can wipe away the dust inside with paper towels. Clean to the ball with detergent becomes dry and rolls poorly for a while until it got a layer of grease from your fingers. Sometimes, when the trackball is stationary, the pointer slowly begins to drift across the screen. Stir one then the ball will stop pointer. There is perhaps a certain position on the ball that can not be read by the sensor? Either way, this happens quite often and is not a major annoyance. It also happened when I had an optical mouse.

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