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Old 06-20-2005, 07:20 PM
Voltron87 Voltron87 is offline
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Default Wireless Trackballs

Two things:

I want a wireless trackball mouse. What is a good relatively inexpensive one, and a good nice one? I'll pay for a nice one but I'll probably get a cheap one to start to try out and have as a backup. This will all be USB, right?

And will using a trackball help or hurt my ergonomics? I don't have any problems but I play a lot and want to keep on the right side of things.
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Old 06-21-2005, 01:48 AM
Cerril Cerril is offline
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Default Re: Wireless Trackballs

Good rule of thumb is Microsoft for traditional mice, Logitech for trackballs, I tend to use buy.com but I do a lot of shopping for work so I'm not price sensitive down to the pennies. Do yourself a favor and get an optical trackball. It doesn't save you from cleaning it but it won't be nearly as bad. No matter what make sure you lay in a big supply of batteries, wireless accessories chew through batteries like you wouldn't believe.
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Old 06-21-2005, 08:16 PM
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Default Re: Wireless Trackballs

Trackball will definitely help with ergonomics, a lot.
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