Logitech Trackman Wheel Optical - Used Item IN STOCK and in good condition. All items have been previously used, but have been fully tested and include a 90 day exchange warranty. Items ship with all needed manuals, software and accessories. Since this is a used Item, it may show some minor signs of use but should not affect performance.
Product Description - Reliable optical technology combined with an innovative scroll wheel that acts as a third button sets Logitech's 904353-0403 Trackman Wheel Optical apart from ordinary trackball mice. Patented optical technology provides superior precision, reduced wear, and smooth motion, and eliminates the need for regular cleaning. The scroll wheel provides easy scrolling and the added convenience of an extra mouse button, enabling you to jump easily to your favorite Web sites. The ball is ideally positioned for thumb operation, and the comfortable shape of the mouse allows for strain-free extended use. Its smaller size also saves desk space, reduces hand and wrist movement, and plugs very easily into your system's USB or PS/2 port. Compatible with both Windows and Macintosh systems.
The Logitech TrackMan Wheel is designed to optimize user comfort on any computer. It features a sleek ergonomic design that goes easy on the hands even during long sessions. It utilizes Logitech's optical Marble technology to facilitate smooth and ultra-precise tracking, allowing you to reach more screen space with less movement. Using optical tracking, it is virtually maintenance free, requiring no cleaning.
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Service is always great when ordered, product works great and can't keep them in stock in our work environment.
Adding a correction here. I've received a follow up email acknowledging the shortage and the 2nd mouse is on its way! Great! Thank you.
I rate the product as 5 stars, but I have an unresolved issue with the delivery.
Ordering of the mice (I paid for two) was straight forward and I had no issues until the package arrived. The refurbished mouse works well and I have no issues with that all. However the package only included one mouse while the packing slip said quantity two.
I've not got a reply from them yet but I hope they will honor the order of two mice. Else my advice is to only order one item at a time from this company. I am not sure if that was a simple mistake, but I guess time will tell. I'll update this review when I get the full order fulfilled. There was no indication that I should be expecting another shipment and hence as of now I feel that I was shorted one item.
This is my third Logitech trackball. The trackball it replaces is a Logitech Trackman that I bought in 1995. Nothing attached to my computer was anywhere close to that old.
I finally got tired of cleaning the ball on the old Trackman. My wife has both an Logitech marble trackball and a Logitech optical cordless mouse, and I wanted the best, too.
While each new Microsoft OS has had problems with the older version of Mouseware software, in my experience, Logitech is always the first to have updated drivers available shortly after release of new OS's.
After using the trackball for about 5 months, I'm still thrilled. Sure, the gunk from my oily, sticky, food-covered hands still builds up on the ball, but unlike mechanical mice and trackballs, it doesn't cause sticking and jumping of the cursor. The action was still smooth. I had not even noticed that it was getting harder to move the ball until I popped the ball out, and gave the contact points a quick cleaning.
So even with five months of built-up grime, it was still working just fine.
Now not everyone likes trackballs. I use a mouse at work, and it's probably better for me to be moving my whole arm. But at home my desk is too messy. There's no room to move a mouse, and even if I were able to, I'd hit my elbow on something else.
Not for one minute have I regretted buying this trackball.
I have used a Logitech Trackman Marble (this product's predecessor) since it was released in 1995. I still use that original one at home. (When was the last time you used a computer product for nearly eighteen years?) I use it enough that I can feel the difference between the muscles on my right thumb verus my left. I love it so much I have gone so far as use my soldering iron to replace the worn-out button switches. (They happen to use the exact same switch as the ubiquitous MS mice.)