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Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman - 910-000810


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  • The exceptionally comfortable ergonomic design provides unmatched palm support—even after extended use
  • Logitech’s cordless technology helps eliminate cable clutter
  • Eight buttons – including Forward, Back, and Drag-lock buttons—give you one-touch access to common tasks and activities
  • Fingertip-based control enables fast, accurate cursor movements
  • Patented Marble optical technology ensures smooth tracking.
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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight540 g
Product Dimensions25 x 24 x 7 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model number910-000810
SeriesCordless Optical Trackman
  
Additional Information
ASINB001N04SV8
Best Sellers Rank 45,091 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight680 g
Date First Available8 Jun 2007
  
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Product Description

If you’re using your computer all day and night, the Logitech Cordless Optical TrackMan is designed to give you a premium level of comfort and cordless freedom. The exceptionally comfortable ergonomic design provides unmatched palm support—even after extended use. Sculpted shape, soft-touch surface support your hand more than ever before. Logitech’s cordless technology helps eliminate cable clutter. And with eight buttons – including Forward, Back, Cruise Control and Drag-lock buttons—you’ll enjoy one-touch access to common tasks and activities. Fingertip-based control enables fast, accurate cursor movements. And the Patented Marble optical technology ensures smooth tracking.

Manufacturer's Description

If you’re using your computer all day and night, the Logitech Cordless Optical TrackMan is designed to give you a premium level of comfort and cordless freedom. The exceptionally comfortable ergonomic design provides unmatched palm support—even after extended use. Sculpted shape, soft-touch surface support your hand more than ever before. Logitech’s cordless technology helps eliminate cable clutter. And with eight buttons – including Forward, Back, Cruise Control and Drag-lock buttons—you’ll enjoy one-touch access to common tasks and activities. Fingertip-based control enables fast, accurate cursor movements. And the Patented Marble optical technology ensures smooth tracking.

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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazonian on 23 Nov 2009
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I don't normally write reviews but have made an exception just in case I can help anyone who suffered from the same crippling RSI like I did. My forearms used to hurt and ache regularly and I had all the symptoms of RSI or carpal tunnel syndrome. I tried changing my workspace and reading various books and nothing helped. I bought many other mice (including the regular logitech trackball) all to no avail and was desperate to find a solution as I am a programmer and use a computer every day. I was very sceptical about trackballs and didn't like the idea or look of them. Thankfully, when it turned up, I persevered for about 4 weeks and now six months later, I am virtually pain free (still some odd aches but the relief I feel compared to the old pain is huge) and I credit this Logitech mouse with the fix. If you do get one, make sure you don't give up using it after a week or so and persevere - it takes time to adjust but if it does for you what it did for me, you will not regret it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By HHC on 7 Mar 2011
This is the 2nd mouse of this type we have purchased. We do an intensive amount of data input and after a couple of incidence where we experience RSI type pain and discomfort we looked at these. Two of our senior operators now use these, and they can only say 'everyone should be using them'. You have no wrist movement, the mouse is stationary, you move the ball and the wheel with your fingers, no need to frantically shake the mouse side to side to find the cursor. It takes about 2 days to get used to the differences with this mouse.
If you look at VDU regulations, you are supposed to have your shoulder, elbow and middle finger inline in order to avoid any RSI or discomfort, this mouse helps you to enforce that.
Happily being using mine for 3 years.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Del on 21 April 2011
This device is a fantastic piece of kit. It combines all the best features of a mouse with the best of of a roller ball. I have been using roller balls for nearly twenty years after a bout of RSI and its the best I have ever used in conjunction with a good keyboard. My latest is a Logitech K350.

You are now saying "Why are you saying it is so good but only awarding two stars?"

Well its due to just one point. Its range of consistently good operation is barely two foot from the receiver unlike the K350 which works over several yards. The main problem is that it has not had its transmitter/receiver has not been updated in line with many of Logitech's other devices.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BandiG on 21 Feb 2011
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After using it for a year now, I can say that it is comfortable. However the buttons are quite hard to use, you have to press hard to do a left click and on top of that the button itself became less sensitive after about 6 month. It works now in about 90% of the time, and it automatically releases most of the time during dragging. The right button I can live with, the scroll wheel is in an awkward place and needs attention to reach.
The ball is comfortable and I feel my hand in a good position when using it. Precision control is nearly impossible, good enough for everyday office use but not enough for gaming or photoshop.

All things considered, I've regretted buying this and would advise anyone to try it before buying if you feel conformable with reaching the controls and clicking the buttons.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Steve on 13 Nov 2009
It is the best trackball on the market that I know of. I started using a trackball after I got hand swelling and other troubles from over-using a normal mouse. Once you've got used to this one, moving the ball with the index and third fingers gives a very fine control, and the ball is big enough to accommodate also your fourth finger for even more control as well as when you shift your index finger onto the scrolling controls. You can adjust the settings to accelerate the pointer fast; this gives you the ideal combination of fine control at slow speeds and quick movement across the screen when you move the ball fast. The ball moves smoothly with minimal physical effort, and it doesn't often need cleaning if you use it with clean hands (tip: also remove debris from the little bearings in the ball housing). The back and forward buttons and the scroll buttons are all very useful. I don't use the lock button, but I occasionally use the wheel, which I have set to auto-scroll when pressed. Like all trackballs, it saves desk space, and you can hold this one on your knee quite well when you've got to use a laptop in awkward locations.

I've used this trackball for quite a few years. I have read others suggesting that there is a built-in obsolescence in the click button mechanism. Well, mine has lasted quite a few years of fairly heavy usage. I sometimes think it's starting to go, and then I realise I've just got to move the usb wireless connector thing to a better position and it'll be working fine again. It's lasted long enough now that I will steel myself to spend the rather substantial sum to purchase a new one when this old faithful eventually does stop working.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alan K on 8 Aug 2010
I really didn't know what to expect from switching to a trackballl but I have to say after two weeks it really is an extension of my arm. being able to rest my hand on it and without manic movement have the cursor float to where I want is fantastic.
It does take getting used to, for the first week I kept trying to push it across the desk but it has now become second nature and it is astonishing.
Don't think .... buy, you won't regret it.
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