- Scroll ring allows fast and easy scrolling when surfing or working
- Optical trackball technology for precision tracking – no need to clean
- Ambidextrous for left or right handed users
- Click-free scrolling
- Also comes with software to program buttons
Kensington Orbit Trackball Review:
It is quite difficult to find any bad reviews on this trackball mouse. This gadget is very ergonomic and easy to operate. Standard mouse users will absolutely love this device because it’s just fun to navigate using the optical trackball and scroll ring.
The design however is kind of weird. The Kensington Orbit Trackball looks like out of this world, which can be considered awesome on another perspective though. It has an alien-like techy look. It feels great just laying your hands while your fingers do the scrolling for you. These are the things trackball fans go crazy about.
Kensington Orbit Trackball? … It’s a classic.
The Kensington Orbit Trackball is basically a simple trackball with a scroll ring. It helps your arms stay in one position, while you can let your fingers do the scrolling and navigating. Although the device is more on to the flat design, it’s highly possible that you will still have to move your wrist quite a bit while using the scroll or optical trackball. We do not think it is designed mainly for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, but rather for trackball fans. However, it is a fact that during the trackball era, there are lesser cases of this disease which can back up the theory that trackballs certainly help with wrist pain.
Windows 8, 7, XP, and Vista
Mac OS® X