Nah, I see nothing but redundancy galore in a WIRELESS TRACKBALL! A WIRELESS mouse that is designed to NEVER move! And you cannot argue that it is good for travel because a trackball mouse is vary large and impractical as a portable pointer device.=beast= wrote:that doesn't surprise me. is the trackball blue aswell
A good quality Trackball has unparalleled precision which make it superb for FPS and other twitch-aiming games. They are, after all, still made to cater for air traffic control, architectural and CAD-style applications.Nekosan wrote:I haven't seen a trackball in at LEAST a decade.
Bluefire wrote:Im using a razer mantis speed.. bout 5yrs old, had coke etc spilt on it several times, been scrubbed etc and there is under 1mm of fray/upturn on 2 sides (leopard/edge of desk) turned it arround about 6months ago.. expect to get another 5yrs out of it...
Worth spending the extra money on a larger well constructed mat imo.
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