Enjoy smooth, effortless control with the red/black L-Trac Trackball from X-keys. Using laser navigation technology, the L-Trac provides a large, high-density trackball paired with stainless-steel rollers inside a high-impact ABS molded enclosure. The enclosure is ergonomically designed to fit the contour of the hand so you can control your cursor without side-to-side movements of your arm or wrist. The trackball accommodates left and right hands of all sizes, and is suited for users with disabilities and physical handicaps. The faster you turn the trackball, the faster the cursor will move across your screen.
- Laser Navigation Technology
- Adjustable Resolution: 1600/800/400 dpi
- Scroll Wheel
- Three Buttons
X-keys L-Trac Overview
X-keys L-Trac Specs
|dpi||400 to 1600|
|Scroll Type||Scroll Wheel|
|Number of Buttons||3|
|Mouse Hand Orientation||Ambidextrous|
|Full-Functionality OS Support||Linux, Mac, Windows|
|Cable Length||120" / 304.8 cm|
|Operating Temperature||12 to 92°F / -20 to 60°C|
*as per Manufacturer
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||6.8 x 3.8 x 1.8" / 17.3 x 9.7 x 4.6 cm|
|Weight||1.03 lb / 467 g|
|Package Weight||1.265 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.3 x 5.4 x 4.6"|
X-keys L-Trac Reviews
Perfect solution if you have limited workspace in which to move a traditional mouse. I have been using one for 15 years without problems. I bought a second one to use at work. They both work perfectly.
Finally got one after thinking about it for years. I got it around Christmas and its early January. No need to clean so far. The ball is nice and large, and still smooth. The scroll wheel feels good and appropriate. It took some adjusting to get used to, and now its a relief to be using this device. For me its mostly a fun novelty, but very comfortable to use at that. I like how you can replace the ball it comes with, with a pool ball, since its the same size. Overall an uncomplicated but premium input tool. Cool, fun and interesting product as alternative pointing device!
Internal roller bearings are metal and can be cleaned!
I have been a happy user of the Kensington trackballs for over 30 years. Happy, EXCEPT for the fact that the roller bearings eventually reach the point where cleaning them does NOT last very long or always fix tracking issues. Spoke with their Customer Service and they had no suggestions to rectify. So I went with the X-keys product and, so far I am very happy with the touch and performance. Only time will tell if long term performance degrades, but I am hopeful.
I have been using these since before when these were made by Clearly Superior Technologies, and this is my third one. They kept the quality and the features. One thing I wish was that they kept the old style box. The old style box made it possible to transport these more easily. The cord would be packed in a way that it was not folded in the box. This way it would lay flat more easily or coil up more easily. The documentation should also mention that the blue and red trackballs have glowing balls that turn off their lights after five minutes of inactivity.
Superb build quality
It's not easy to get a hold of one of these in Europe at the moment. I bought one from B&H and waited in anticipation. I was not disappointed. The plastics feel sturdy, the buttons clicky and satisfying. The trackball itself is massive and huge, which makes cursor motions effortless and very smooth. While I love the scroll wheel haptics, I am not convinced of its positioning. It takes a bit of getting used to, but that is ok considering the ergonomic advantage the trackball offers overall. I am a webdeveloper and mostly work on code, so I can switch between my keyboard and pointing device depending on if I am debugging in the browser or writing code. I used to get terrible pain in my shoulder and arm after long hours of work and switching to a trackball and split ergo keyboard has all but eliminated that. If you deal with similar problems, invest the money. It is absolutely worth it and you can easily extend the functionality of the l-trac with diy buttons as it has two input jacks on the back that allow for the attachment of custom buttons. You could use a foot pedal for example to replace the functionality of the mousebuttons easily, to name only one application of the top of my head, which I imagine could be great for disabled people. I might have to acquire a second one so I don't have to carry this one around from homeoffice to my workplace.
Sturdy and Accurate
The trackball was surprisingly well built, and is very accurate for manipulation thanks to the size of the ball. Note - the ball would light up when in use, but cannot be turn off unless unplug.
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This was my second trackball. I have been using the first for over 15 years and decided to buy another for my office at work. They both work flawlessly. I would recommend
Too big, but I still like it.
I like the ball size, but the scroll wheel is too far away. Still trying to find a good replacement for the T-RB22.
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