Kensington has unveiled the Orbit Fusion Wireless Trackball, which it says combines “superior comfort, control, and precision benefits of a finger-operated trackball and a patented scroll ring within a sculpted mouse-like design.”
The track ball mouse is said to provide all-day comfort with a comfortable palm, wrist, forearm, and shoulder position and less stress on the arm. The patented finger-operated scroll ring provides “more precise, intuitive, and comfortable scrolling.”
The premium laser tracking sensor and 40mm ball allow you to quickly navigate across multiple monitors and large files, requiring less desktop space than a mouse, and improving accuracy and speed. The Kensington trackball has a three-step switch to change the sensitivity.
The bundled KensingtonWorks software helps you set up pointer and scrolling options, and customize five programmable buttons for one-touch access to your most requested functions. Without replacing the AA element, the Kensington mouse can work up to 14 months.
The connection is made using a USB nano receiver operating in the 2.4 GHz band. If the receiver is not needed, it can be hidden inside the trackball body.
Price and availability
Kensington Orbit Fusion Wireless Trackball has been priced at $69.99 and it can be purchased through the Amazon.com website.
Kensington is also offering a Hard case for the device which we have to buy separately, and it costs $12.99.
Yesterday, Cooler Master has also added the MM720 gaming mouse to its catalog, this new RGB mouse is designed for the most demanding users that combine high performance with a particularly compact and refined design. With a weight of only 49 grams and dimensions equal to 105.4×76.5×37 mm, Cooler Master MM720 is among the lightest mice in its category, all without sacrificing the attention to design, evidently derived from the famous Cooler Master Spawn and Xornet models.