September 15th 2010 7:19 pm


conclusion:We like it

82 May 24th 2012 4:16 pm

Trackballs have always been niche products, and in today's world of motion and touch-based input devices, might seem like throwbacks to another era. But if you find you just can't beat a trackball's ergonomics, there are still a few good ones to choose from, and the Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 is one of them. It's lightweight, includes well-placed buttons and a scroll wheel, and cradles your palm comfortably as you use your thumb to operate the ball — if you're a righty, that is. The 570 is strictly a right-handed model, though Logitech still sells its Trackman Marble, an ambidextrous, fingertip-controlled trackball.

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PC Mag Oct 11, 2010

The Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 mouse provides a mixed feature set for the casual and gaming crowd coupled with a comfortable design.

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Everything USB Feb 23, 2011

If you are experiencing any wrist discomfort symptoms and are looking for relief or just want to try something new, this is a fantastic option that, given enough time to learn, will meet your needs well.

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MacNN Sep 25, 2010

Picking the M570 then is a judgment call. It's a success for some, but we and no doubt some experienced trackball users feel Logitech could have done better.

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Willmonwah Willmonwah

This is one of those things that you wonder about but I have to say if you do any type of video editing where you need to make fine adjustments, this is for you. The advertised 18 month battery life (using a single AA) sounds very appealing but I haven't tested this myself. Note to OS X users:...

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Falcon Falcon

This Trackman continues to evolve the Logitech trackball design in positive ways. It adds forward/back buttons near the left mouse button, wireless with a small USB plug, and of course excellent ergonomics and design. An excellent feature is battery life. It requires 1 AA battery, and seems...

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CptBlu CptBlu

excellent product bought on suggestion of co worker was experiencing wrist burning with traditional mouse bout a cheap trackball I liked it no more burn but was not comfortable found this on newegg everyone at work that uses a trackball has now ordered one of these best trackball we've used

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stevenspray stevenspray

I've used Logitech's trackball mice for over a decade. I have 4 of their old ones called the Logitech T-RA18. These are superior mice that only GOD knows why they discontinued it! I have now bought the M570 for a lot of money but I'm so disappointed I could cry. The T-RA18 was of a good quality...

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