>>52498157 I'd say so. I have one myself and it's alright. You can scroll with added Logitech software that allows you to set one of the buttons as a hold-to-scroll-mode button, which sort of makes up for the wheel but not really. The only thing I really hate about it is that the buttons are on the sides in the middle rather than closer to the front. It can get uncomfortable.
>>52498247 - less desk space - can be used on any surface (good for comfy browsing from your couch) - helps with RSI if you already fucked up your wrist using a regular mouse - can be a bit more accurate once you get used to it - you can spin the ball really fast and flick the cursor across several screens (but in that case forget about accuracy) - if you have other people who sometimes want to use your computer, this will discourage them from doing so. - more comfy than a mouse (totally personal opinion though.. you might just as well find out you hate it wit a burning passion)
>low price range: either the logitech trackman marble if you need more than 2 buttons or Kensington orbit with scroll ring if you need a scroll
>medium price range: Kensington Expert or Kensington Slimblade (they're very similar, just have different scrolling mechanism)
- Expensive: CST Trackball
>medium price range but has to be imported from Japan Elecom M-DT2URBK (the QC is not consistent, some people have to replace the ball with the blue one from thumb Logitech. Other than that, it has high DPI, many buttons and scroll. So most features)
>Stay away from Kensington orbit wireless, Kensington Orbit without scroll ring
>OH FUCK WHY Adesso iMouse T1, anything without optical or laser sensor
>Don't want to import from Japan Logitech M570, there's nothing else available in EU or US
>Ya I'll import Elecom M-XT3URBK (same as with the finger elecom. Overall good, but the ball has bad QC, some people have it super smooth, some have to replace it with the blue ball from Logitech M570, as it's the same size)
>Recommendations Since you don't know if you like trackballs or not, buy either the Logitech Trackman Marble, or blue ball Kensington Orbit with scroll ring. Slimblade and Expert Mouse both cost close to $100, that's too much for a device you might hate and stop using after a few days. If you like it, you'll upgrade later
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