Rated 4 out of 5 by Ellory from Must have for Video Editing I’ve never used a trackball so I bought this because I needed more precise wheel movement on a professional video editing software. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. I’m on the computer all day and do everything i can to make my day run smoother. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mr. Scroll Ring Scroll comfortably with a minimum of wrist movement with this handy scroll ring immediately surrounding the track ball.
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Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball K B&H Photo Video
Starting with an ergonomic design including built-in wrist rest, four easily accessible buttons, and a scroll ring surrounding the ball itself, the Expert Mouse offers users maximum control at their fingertips. Rated 4 out of 5 by Ellory from Must have for Video Editing I’ve never used a trackball so I bought this because I needed more precise wheel movement on a professional video editing software.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Chabby from Horrible I bought this mouse because Microsoft discontinued the trackball explorer with program specific buttons.
I ordered the Kensington Expert Pro Trackball, I would rather have the wireless just because I am trying to be wire free. Moving the cursor on the screen is much more intuitive to me with a trackball than with a mouse. It has much more accuracy and stability than the Magic Mouse. For further details see delivery estimates in cart. Other than that, this is a cheaper alternative to a Wacom tablet if you need precision editing.
I’m across the border in Toronto, Canada and I use a trackball almost exclusively. Please don’t buy this, mohse is a waste of money. Very precise cursor control – or – when playing games you get the hang of e.
No matter what you are using it for – it kensingtton a much better feeling then a mouse: Expert Mouse Wired Trackball is rated 4.
The scroll wheel was a great addition. The ball socket no longer has steel bearings, just what look like plastic nubs, so the smoothness is decreased.
I did like the scrolling ability of the Magic Mouse but after a week I broke down and bought another Kensington Expert Mouse. There are a lot of great features: Update Unrecognized Zip Code. While not as intuitive as the Magic Mouse, it still works. It was extremely dirty and showed its continuous use and age. Scroll Ring Scroll comfortably with a minimum of wrist movement with this handy scroll ring immediately surrounding the track ball.
However – I never got the hang of the upper two mouse buttons but that isn’t really necessary either. It feels more secure and smooth.
Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball. The only problem is the scroll ring sometimes goes more than a page even with a small movement.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from works well for users with hand tremors I bought the mouse for my grandfather who struggles with hand tremors.
Back then I was kensinngton impressed that I bought one.
Kensington Expert Trackball Mouse K64325
When I bought this, only the wired version was on sale Deal Zone. Order in the next 0: It works, and I like it better than a regular mouse, but I sure wish it had the same feel of quality as the one I used at work. In Stock Update Location close. There are a lot more choices. Before using this I had RSI when using a regular mouse and then horrible pain in the base of my thumb when using an ordinary thumb trackball. I recently bought a new iMac omuse the new Magic Mouse.
I had one of these years ago and the ball was lighter. The scroll wheel also feels very rough, plastic on plastic binding.