Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball

Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball

Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball

B&H # KEMEPU MFR # K64325
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Product Highlights

  • DiamondEye Optical Tracking Technology
  • Scroll Ring for Comfortable Operation
  • Detachable Wrist Pad
  • Compatible with Windows and Mac Systems

Connection Type: Wired

Wired Wireless
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Kensington K64325 overview

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Enjoy comfortable control and accuracy with the Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball. 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. Diamond Eye optical technology provides you with extreme precision while navigating. Additionally, this Trackball is cross-platform compatible.

Scroll Ring
Scroll comfortably with a minimum of wrist movement with this handy scroll ring immediately surrounding the track ball.
Diamond Eye Optical Technology
Optical sensors provide users with a maximum amount of control over their cursor.
Built-In Wrist Rest
A built in wrist rest provides support and prevents Carpal Tunnel syndrome.
UPC: 000004427278
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Kensington Expert Mouse Wired Trackball
  • Detachable Wrist Rest
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    Kensington K64325 specs

    Scroll Type Scroll Wheel
    Number of Buttons 4
    Hand Orientation Ambidextrous
    Connector USB Type-A
    Full-Functionality OS Support Mac, Windows, Chrome OS
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.4 x 6.1 x 3.7"

    Kensington K64325 reviews

    Expert Mouse Wired Trackball is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 183.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by 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. This is nice. I would have given it a 5 stars but the wheel has a slight rough turn and feels like sticking so I bumped it down to a 4. Other than that, this is a cheaper alternative to a Wacom tablet if you need precision editing. When I bought this, only the wired version was on sale (Deal Zone). I would rather have the wireless just because I am trying to be wire free. I'll definitely get the wireless version if it every appears on Deal Zone with a deep discount.
    Date published: 2016-03-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from works well for users with hand tremors I bought the mouse for my grandfather who struggles with hand tremors. There are a lot of great features: - ability to change the button functions to make it a left-handed mouse, or even turn off the buttons so he can rest his hand on them - ability to turn on the axis controls so that when holding down a button (e.g. the control button on your keyboard), the mouse will only move along an axis the only change i'd make to the device is to allow users to decrease the sensitivity of the mouse even more. sensitivity controls are included, but for my grandfather's tremors, it would be helpful to slow it down even more.
    Date published: 2010-02-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love the extra buttons No more pain using the Kensington Expert trackball. 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. Now I mostly use the palm of my hand or multiple fingers to move the cursor. Beyond the right & left clicks, I use the other buttons (or combination of buttons) for double click, drag, copy and paste. There are a lot more choices. The only problem is the scroll ring sometimes goes more than a page even with a small movement. I had one of these years ago and the ball was lighter. I actually like this heavier ball. It feels more secure and smooth.
    Date published: 2011-09-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible I bought this mouse because Microsoft discontinued the trackball explorer with program specific buttons. This thing is BAD, I use it for autocad, sketchup, photoshop, etc. where you need program specific shortcuts. 1- this stupid mouse won't let you program enter as a button!?!? 2- you can't program different buttons for different programs, each time I change programs I need to reprogram the buttons. 3- WAY TOO BIG, this thing is about the most uncomfortable thing I have ever used, its like a cell phone from the 80's. Please don't buy this, it is a waste of money. I will sell you mine for a dollar.0 stars
    Date published: 2012-05-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and don't want to miss it About 18 years ago I went into a @ and saw them use the first version of the Kensington trackball. It was extremely dirty and showed its continuous use and age. But it worked extremely well. Back then I was so impressed that I bought one. I never regretted it and even after extreme long usage they still last.No matter what you are using it for - it gives a much better feeling then a mouse: Very precise cursor control - or - when playing games you get the hang of e.g. rotating quickly 180 degree extremely fast.The scroll wheel was a great addition. However - I never got the hang of the upper two mouse buttons (but that isn't really necessary either).
    Date published: 2015-06-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from B&H came through for me...... I'm across the border in Toronto, Canada and I use a trackball almost exclusively. With my current model starting to drag a bit - which means jerky motion and no good for graphics - I did my research and found B&H with a very good price.I ordered the Kensington Expert Pro Trackball, ...Well done, B&H, you are a winner, you have my attention, and you are on my A-list. I would definitely order from you again - after doing my (mandatory) price research, of course!!Please keep your prices low and service high they way they are now, and you can't go wrong.Thank you for your excellence... which is something that I seriously appreciate.
    Date published: 2011-01-19
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from A bit disappointed I used this model trackball at work for years (older model from 2010), but they've changed the construction quite a bit, and it feels cheap now. The ball socket no longer has steel bearings, just what look like plastic nubs, so the smoothness is decreased. The scroll wheel also feels very rough, plastic on plastic binding. 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. Maybe it will break in after a while... I will still recommend, but with noted issues...
    Date published: 2016-03-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the Kensington Expert Mouse I've used the Kensington Expert Mouse for years now and won't do without it. I recently bought a new iMac with the new Magic Mouse. I did like the scrolling ability of the Magic Mouse but after a week I broke down and bought another Kensington Expert Mouse. It has much more accuracy and stability than the Magic Mouse. Plus, the trackball is easier on my hands and wrist than a traditional mouse. I'm on the computer all day and do everything i can to make my day run smoother. Moving the cursor on the screen is much more intuitive to me with a trackball than with a mouse. The Kensington Expert Mouse does have both horizontal and vertical scrolling. While not as intuitive as the Magic Mouse, it still works.
    Date published: 2010-04-14
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