Mr Man

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Kensington SlimBlade Trackball by Kensington
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good for RSI, 26 Nov 2012
Bought this after trying a whole bunch of anti-RSI input devices (tablets, weird mice, rollermouse etc). Works well and reduced my RSI. I sometimes use one hand to move the ball and the other to click.

Works nicely with new drivers in Win7 64bit.

I use the extra two top buttons to start/stop anti-RSI Point-N-click dwell clicking software, which the trackball seems to work well with.

The scroller side-motion works well. Build quality is good. Ball/base gets dirty sometimes but it's easy to clean.

The clicking buttons do need quite a bit of pressure to activate for my taste at least.
Konig Audio Headset Loudspeaker Switch by Konig
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Essential gear, 26 Nov 2012
I use it for switching to the headset when using skype. Very useful - even essential bit of gear. I don't know how other people go without it. Most speakers don't have a microphone jack and an easy way to switch between headset/speakers without plugin things in. You'd think this would be a basic feature on speakers sets nowadays.

Seems robust to cable pulling.

Use to be 3.50, but price has increased. Still great value for functionality it brings.