Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring

Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring

Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring

B&H # KEK72337US MFR # K72337US
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Product Highlights

  • USB
  • Symmetrical Design
  • Uses Less Desk Space than a Mouse
  • Scroll Ring
  • Optical Tracking Technology
  • Click-Free Scrolling
  • Mac & Windows Compatibility
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The Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring from Kensington is a desktop trackball with a USB interface. It features a symmetrical design, making it easy for both right- and left-handed users to operate. Optical tracking technology and a scroll ring make it easy to move your cursor and scroll through web pages. It is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and Mac OS X.

All-day comfort from a world leader in trackball innovation
Scroll ring allows fast, easy scrolling of web pages and documents
Uses far less desk space than a mouse
Optical technology for precise tracking -- no cleaning required
Symmetrical design for left-handed or right-handed handed users
Click-free scrolling
USB connectivity
Windows and Mac compatible
UPC: 085896723370
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Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Sensor Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Scroll Type Scroll Wheel
    Polling Rate Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Number of Buttons 2
    Hand Orientation Ambidextrous
    Connector USB Type-A
    LED Illumination Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Full-Functionality OS Support Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (L x W x H) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 6.1 x 2.1"
    Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 73.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Create for tight spaces and lasso selections I use one on a desk that's crowded with three computers and several monitors with very little room left for the mouse, And the other on another desk where I do most of my photo editing Work. this trackball mouse makes making selections using the lasso tool or using the pen tool a breeze, Even matching the precision I get using my tablet and pen. However, there is a learning curve if you're new to trackball and you catch yourself trying to move the mouse itself. I would recommend it only to people who need it due to space limitation, need for precision, or any other specific use where trackball mouse can be superior to a regular mouse.
    Date published: 2016-03-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from basic but oh! os useful mice are a pain, even the ones which have multiple buttons and so forth, because you always run out of space with them, or end up with your arm stretched across the desk, and about to knock off the coffee cup, too. Enter the trackball with scroll ring. XLNT! Versatile, easy to use, intuitive, comfortable. Mistakes you may make are not nearly so disruptive as what a trackpad can cause. Software could be better, seems too simple, but it does what it does without hiccups, so there you go. This one is basic and very useful, and on a budget! The really superior product is the 4 button version. Glad to have this one, and saving my money to get the other later.
    Date published: 2015-05-12
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the scroll ring, don't love the ergonomics I've been using a Logitech Marble Mouse for 13 years. Had lots of them. I tried the Orbit Trackball because it has a scroll ring, something the Marble Mouse is missing. The buttons on the Orbit are set wider apart and flatter - not as well placed or comfortable. After a couple of days I went back to using the Marble mouse.
    Date published: 2015-05-10
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for CAD This trackball is ok. Has the basics if you want to use it in place of a general day to day mouse. I bought it for the use of Auto CAD and found it's not really good for that. In Auto CAD there's a lot of need to push the scroll wheel down and this ball does not have a 3rd button to do that. My other issue I have with it is the little wrist rest that comes with it. It's molded out of a firm vinyl plastic material and does not secure very well at all. It kind of hooks into a groove underneath the base itself but it never stays in place.
    Date published: 2010-05-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bang for buck Lower cost alternative to more expensive trackball offered by Kensington or Logitech. Inclusion of scroll ring was major reason I purchased (aside from price). Some people may find ergonomic not to their liking but for myself it was a perfect fit. The basic feature already included in trackball was enough that I really did not find much need to install software from Kensington which is supposed to give additional enhanced feature. In use, I found the trackball to be accurate, smooth and with good response. I used it couple of hours everyday and have had no issue with my wrist at all. If there is any caveat, it would probably be trackball size as the ball is smaller than the more expensive Kensington trackball model. People with large hand may find it somewhat small for the size.
    Date published: 2015-05-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from very comfortable ambidexterous trackball Very satisfied with this purchase. The ball is large and comfortably operated with the palm. Scroll ring is also intuitive, and responsive, if a bit slow (haven't checked mouse settings yet - I assume this is a modifiable setting). I have also used the Logitech trackman pro, which is moved with the thumb, and locks one into right handed usage. I definitely feel the Kensington is more ergonomically friendly. Carpal tunnel concerns dissapear with this trackball. Like the wrist rest as well.
    Date published: 2010-04-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good mouse alternative I switched to using my mouse left handed to save my overworked right hand. When someone loaned me a track ball to try, I liked the reduced wrist motion and unlimited motion (you don't run off the pad and have to oar over to keep going). I was addicted to the scroll function, hard to find in left handed devices. This device has ambidextrous buttons and scroll. I have used it for over a week now, and learning has been quick. I don't feel as precise in fine pointer placement, but I am getting faster and more confident. The scroll ring does not seem to be very sensitive in that it takes a lot of movement before it jumps to the next click. At this time I think I will keep using it and prefer it over a normal mouse.
    Date published: 2011-05-16
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works after getting used to it In standard trackballs (e.g. Logitech), the ball is further away from the palm of the hand (compared to the buttons) than in this one. In the beginning, I thought, I can't work with this but after a week or so, it worked fine. The scroll ring is an excellent idea of course. The buttons could be a few mm longer.
    Date published: 2015-05-11
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