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wireless trackball mouse Customers Reviews

  • Nice for "smart" TV

    posted by romxx

    Good tactile feelings. Small and thought.Standard AAA batteryHID device for mouse and keyboard
    Standard HID device, supported in any modern OSes. Very useful companion for any modern "smart" TV or android mediaboxes.
    Except of trackball's surprisingly low quality, this device is above my expectations.
  • Intelligent buy

    posted by gdoello

    Excellent Price, very small, good key distribution. easy to use, very usefull key combinations.
    I have a little PC in the back of my 40 inch LCD. it's used as media center. The keyboard is used like a remote controller. Its great for this purpuose.
    Its excellent to be used as r/c, not for type long text. It's just like type in a BlackBerry but no like a desktop keyboard.
    I sincerely recommend it. I have tested the lenovo keyboard, it´s about the same but the price is very lower!!
  • Easy handheld mouse

    posted by Kolero

    Easy to use. Button placement is okay. The trigger (left click) has the right resistance - I don't have to force it, and it doesn't accidentally click.The scroll wheel is in an odd placement, but because the mouse is small, it's easy to hold the mouse differently when scrolling. In the trigger hole, there's a small button on the bottom. That changes the DPI from 400 / 600 / 800 / 1000, and the scroll wheel light will light up different colours to tell you what setting it's on. I find 400 is just perfect, anything higher is way too sensitive.It's plastic, it feels like plastic, it's light, but overall feels quality.
    With more use, I'm sure I'll get used to it. In the meantime, I still have my optical mouse connected, just in case. Using this trackball mouse might be awkward for photoshopping as well.
    The price is a little higher than I would have preferred, but I'm not disappointed with this purchase.
  • Great little keyboard

    posted by sapphist

    Simple & easy to use. High quality build.Mouse click buttons are located on both the left & right hand side, which means you can move the pointer with your right hand using the trackball, and use the mouse buttons on the other side with your left hand!
    So easy to use, even my dad who has barely used a computer in his life can use!
    This is a great little keyboard, which I use from my mini-Android-PC. I have also used this with a smart TV dongle, without having to pair.Simply plug in & start using!
  • Handy

    posted by H3g3m0n

    No batteries since it's usb rechargeable.Media keys.It's also a usb rechargeable Laser pointer.D-Pad style arrow keys.2 sets of mice keys, one on the left and one near the trackball.
    This doesn't use Bluethooth. That makes it better for PC's since you don't need to pair it up and it will work at the BIOS like a normal keyboard but it won't work on mobile phones, tablets, etc...Security might also be a concern as with any wireless devices, I have no idea if it's encrypted although I'm guessing it's not. Just don't enter sensitive information like password or creditcard numbers over it.
    This is a fairly nice and handy keyboard.It has media keys so it can work as a kind of music remote (although you need to use the fn key so it's not as nice as a dedicated media remote).The trackball is a bit of a letdown. It's just a stainless steel ball-bearing and feels hard under the thumb, when you release it the cursor will often move a little making precision pointing difficult as you have to click while keeping a thumb on the bearing. One of the ones with a trackpad might be a better choice.


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