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With more than 35 years of experience, and as a global leader in desktop productivity solutions, Kensington is the Professionals' Choice for trackball solutions.
Kensington trackballs are great for people who are trying to keep their elbow or shoulder in a stationary position, or who tend to reach too far to get to their mouse. And for those suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, or other repetitive stress injuries associated with mousing, a trackball could help. Customizable keys make repetitive tasks such as copy and pasting a breeze.
No one can answer that question except you. At the end of the day, what matters most is comfort. If you're uncomfortable using a mouse, a trackball might be perfect for you. Here are some other great reasons why people love trackballs:
Trackballs are good for places with limited space as the ball will always rotate within the small socket
Trackballs require less elbow and wrist movements which helps alleviate pain
More travel distance per unit of trackball move. With a trackball, your cursor can move farther
Direct control allows for greater precision, which is less likely to be moved by accident
Performance at your ﬁngertips.
KensingtonWorks allows you to customize controls and your buttons to perform common tasks:
"Now that I've discovered Kensington trackballs, I would never go back to using anything else"
- Ryan Sanchez
Audio Engineer, Producer, Musician
"The relief [from using the trackball] was almost instant. In one week, the pain went away and I've been pain-free ever since"
- Luke Duran
Graphic Designer, Guitarist
"Having the Expert Mouse has become an essential tool in my workﬂow because of the agility and efﬁciency it enables"
- Brian Kennedy
Songwriter, Record Producer, Musician
Trackballs require less wrist and elbow movement, so they’re ideal for people who experience discomfort with traditional mice.
Yes, for those suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, or other repetitive stress injuries associated with mousing, a trackball could help.
A Trackball Mouse is an input device similar to a traditional mouse. Differently, the cursor is moved by the trackball using fingers or a thumb. Trackballs are good for places with limited space as the ball will always rotate within the small socket, making it ideal for compact spaces. Trackballs require less elbow and wrist movements which helps alleviate stress from the arm.