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Modern trackball mouse wants to be a wireless solution to your ergonomic woes - Ars Technica

Modern trackball mouse wants to be a wireless solution to your ergonomic woes - Ars Technica

Modern trackball mouse wants to be a wireless solution to your ergonomic woes - Ars Technica
Nov 30, 2022 48 secs

You can find plenty of trackball mice online from smaller brands like Elecom and even the likes of Logitech, which currently sells two trackball mice.

This Tuesday, Kensington, one of the biggest names in trackball mice (it also sells other PC peripherals and office solutions), released a new trackball mouse, the SlimBlade Pro Trackball (K72080WW).

It looks like any old trackball mouse, complete with a bulbous ball.

Like its wired counterpart first introduced in 2009, the SlimBlade Trackball, Kensington's new wireless trackball has programmable buttons.

Unlike trackball mice with a ball controlled by the thumb, the SlimBlade Pro's twisting globe is meant to be used by any digit and either hand.

But if you've never used a trackball mouse before, you may find the SlimBlade Pro's operation more difficult than something like the Logitech MX Ergo, whose shape is more similar to a traditional mouse.

The SlimBlade Pro Trackball is currently selling for $120, just a $10 premium over the wired version's MSRP.

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