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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by whyrichard, Sep 25, 2006.
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i´d say logitech. have been working with these for years and am quite happy
they have 3, which do you mean?
I really liked the Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel, when I was useing it...
I just got a trackman wheel today, I've already adjusted from the old Logitech marble mouse and am liking the trackman, scroll wheel and scroll button are good upgrades. It was like $40 at Best Buy.
Another vote for the Trackman Wheel.
It's not for everyone though. Some can't get used to using their thumb for moving the pointer and want a finger trackball...
trackballs our great, im using a logitech now, but its like 4 years old and I dont know the model... however my Kensington Studio Mouse just came in for my new imac, (whenever that decides to come), the reason i got the Studio Mouse is that trackballs arent the best for games, and the studio mouse is so damn elegant and very imac-esque
I use a Trackman Marble. They work very well, except for a light buildup on the exterior of the ball itself.
logitech cordless track wheel...used to have sore wrist..now...nothing but a-ok.
great mouse...sometimes i have to clean dust and buildup on the inside, but still great.
Honestly, you cant go wrong with the old standby, the Kensington 4-Button Expert Mouse. Been around over ten years and keeps chugging.
Unless of course you'd prefer an thumb driven trackball...
Sorry, but the fact that you can replace the Kensington trackball with a snooker ball trumps any thumbsy trackball. Either way, to each his/her own.
Now that IS cool.
*looking for huge psychedelic marble*