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Kensington K72352 Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball

  • Kensington K72352 Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball
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By Macworld Australia on 80

The Orbit is a time-saver for reading web pages and documents quickly and without fuss, and it does include some pretty great design features. However, its niche functionality means that it won’t be a suitable device for everyone.Related Tags: buying...

By ZDNet UK on

Let's start this week off with something positive, and something new and interesting. Those who have read this blog for some time are probably aware that I am very partial to trackballs. Both big hunking...

By PC Advisor on 70

Trackballs are a bit of a niche market—in my experience, you either love them or dislike them, and far more people are in the latter category than the former. But for those of us who are trackball fans, Kensington’s Orbit Wireless Mobile Trackball is...

By Macworld on 70

I’m a huge fan of good trackballs. I started using a Kensington TurboMouse back in the early 1990s as a remedy for a mouse-induced repetitive-stress issue, and I’ve never looked back. Even today, on a Mac running gesture-heavy Lion (Mac OS X 10.7), I...

By Smarthouse on 80

For those unfamiliar with the long-standing peripheral, trackballs are mouse replacements that look almost like an upside-down version of the antiquated mouse-ball-operated optical mice of the earlier decade. Instead of being pushed along like a...

By MyMac on 60

I’ve owned and used a laptop computer since late 2001. In that time I’ve always used the trackpad; I was happy with it. Recently I decided that I needed a little more control than I was getting with the trackpad, so I bought a wireless mouse. I love...