• Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
  • Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
  • Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
  • Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
  • Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
  • Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)

Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (K64327F)

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  • Delivers comfort and precision
  • Customizable 2-button design via TrackballWorks software
  • Compatible with Windows (8, XP, and Vista), macOS (10.8 and later), and Chrome (OS 44 and later)
  • Optical tracking for superior cursor control
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Compact design, stays put and takes up less space
  • 2 year warranty (Only valid if purchased through Kensington Authorized Resellers)

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Looks nice enough, ball rolls easily Looks nice enough, ball rolls easily, buttons are a bit stiffer than I'd like but not unbearable.Pros:-Software provides mapping for left, right, and left+right click for a wide variety of functions.-Ball rolls easily in all directions due to the way it's mounted (three-point floating).-Sensor is pretty accurate, and when configured properly you can throw the cursor across the screen and still be accurate when selecting text or clicking buttons.-Software provides lots of configuration options for this mouse. It doesn't cover everything, but it's nothing to sniff at.Cons:-Don't know if it's because of the plastic balls that the trackball rolls on or the trackball itself, but the ball tends to jump when rolling forward or backward. When I put the ball from my old Logitech Trackman (T-BC21) into it, it doesn't exhibit this problem, but that could be due to the oils on the ball (I haven't used the new ball much yet, so my skin oil hasn't coated it, and I haven't put any oil on it).-For sure due to the way the ball is mounted: it *will* fall out if you turn the mouse over without securing the ball with your hand. I don't personally consider this an issue, but some will. Just thought I'd mention it for anyone who cares.-The buttons are pretty stiff--it's not so bad with the left button, but I don't have herculese hands so my pinky has some difficulty pressing the right button.-There is no scroll function, either in the Kensington software or in the mouse itself, which seems silly since they already have the ability to map buttons. Thankfully, there are 3rd party solutions (autohotkey, x-mouse button control, to name a couple), but it seems like something as basic as this should be a feature in mice today.Overall, I think it's a good budget mouse. The lack of scroll function and bumpy ball lost it a star, but it does what it's designed to do and looks good doing it, and the other software features are pretty extensive. I think it's worth the money if you can't afford to get something higher-end. 4Left click doesn't last This is the second time I've purchased Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse. Both times, the left click becomes harder to "click" after a year or so. But for the price of $22 back in 2016, it was a steal compared to the prices of other trackball mice out there. It's 2019 now & the price jumped up to $37. Should've just stocked up on the $22 price back then so I'm not coughing up too much money years later. And I get it, wear & tear makes a product obsolete. Because of the price jump, I might just settle for another trackball mouse in the same price range of $40, knowing this mouse won't last long. 1Kensington Orbit Trackball no ball retainer. it would have 5 stars IFF ( If and Only If) the darned ball would stay in the hole like the old/previous version, which was not optical ( rubber rollers are failing).it is fine for someone who leaves it on the desk, i use mine with a laptop and the ball is always having more fun than I rolling around on the floor.I am going to try and find some way the make a ball retainer.the other difference is this feels cheap as compared to the older heavier one...then again progress ...meaning 1 step forward and 3 backwards. the cheap feel is not really an issue once placed on desk or working surface.now the good thing is that the ball operation much smoother and easier operation than the old one. the shape is similar and is my preference over the Logitech.good /bad the nice thing is that the blue balls from my old units work just fine when the little black one is out exploring. Bad: I need to carry the extra ball for just those times when the original has rolled off exploring and un-reachable.the redesign must have been done by someone who does not use a trackball!So if it sits on the desk or you love chasing your ball this is great.......nuf said 2Trackbummer I do a lot of CAD engineering and really wanted to love this as I initially learned on a trackball many years ago. It worked okay until I downloaded the supplemental software, it wouldn't work after I installed it. But it worked again when I uninstalled it. It also makes a very annoying, very high-pitched squeal when it's idle (though my girlfriend couldn't hear it and swore I was crazy), and perhaps it was just this one particular one that may have been bad. I exchanged it for a Logitech M570, not sure if I like it so far. I'd rather have a full-sized trackball, I have big hands. I wish they made a modern version of their giant 4-button one they made for Macs in the mid-90s. That was a quality unit! 3Awesome, Looks Great, Great Price Love it so far. It will take time to see if the ball keeps working. Or rather, how long before I will have to clean the ball. Not sure how that is to be done, but I will figure it out when the time comes. This is a plug-in, which is good because you move the ball, not the unit. The connection will be better with a plug-in. Works better than my similar Logitech mouse (the one with the blue ball), which is strictly right-handed and is wireless. This one can be used either right or left-handed. And it looks great. The ball has great "bowling ball" effects. Great price for such a good unit. I had the Logitech wired ball-type with the maroon ball. I think this one is way better. 5Reasonably Priced Trackball May Work for You ... The Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse may good for those experiencing hand problems. The advent of arthritis and tendonitis had put a real damper on the amount of time I was able to spend on the computer. Even though I was a longtime user of the Microsoft trackball, it did help alleviate carpal tunnel syndrome. I eventually found even that trackball did nothing for arthritis/tendonitis pain.The Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse allows the user to "click" without having to curve the thumb or other digits to do so. The ability to depress the button without bending the digit seems to minimize stress on the joints. I had hoped using the Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse would reduce my pain and allow me to use the computer without having problems doing so. The ball of the Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse seemed stiff during the first few uses. It also felt somewhat small and the lack of a scroll ring made this product difficult for me to use.Amazon's price is about 25% lower than other web sites. If you want a reasonably priced trackball and can tolerate the smaller ball and lack of scroll ring, this may be for you. 3Best item for the best price...win-win! Have owned a number of these over the years and always been happy with them, which I guess is why I keep purchasing them! I've periodically tried a different size/shape of trackball and while they were generally okay, this has always been the one I always come back to. I'm a frequent computer user for years, both at work and home, and find that the shape of this trackball fits the most comfortably. They hold up well under constant use and you can't beat the price, especially compared to a lot of much more expensively priced items. Would unequivocally recommend this item if you want a comfortable, good quality, and reasonably priced work-horse of a trackball. 5An Overall Review The Orbit Trackball is a reminiscent product for those of us who remember the classic trackballs of the 80's and 90's. Would I still use a regular laser or optical mouse -- maybe, but such an answer depends upon the situation (i.e., pixel hunting). Now, if I would say that this product performs decently in both day-to-day tasks as well as in casual gaming. I played Mass Effect I and had no problem in taking out the Geth, but in other games such Civ: Beyond Earth it may be squirrelly. The reason why I say that the ball is squirrelly is for the reason that the ball is sensitive to the slightest movement, so an incidental sneeze or a jumping cat may jolt the placement of a building.As for the shape and form, well, it's odd. It's odd because the ball is in the center and I remember my trackball had the mouse toward the thumb region. Yes, someone may point out that Logitech offers a more classic thumb trackball, but I have not yet tried it and this Orbit Trackball was cheaper. Also, another annoyance is that this version lacks a scroll wheel. Now, there is another version of the this mouse that offers a scroll wheel, but I have read that it does not offer a smooth scrolling experience. The design of the product leaves the trackball itself vulnerable to external forces such as a curious feline. If the trackball could be secured by a retainer ring such external forces would be mitigated. In short, it offers a classic user experience at a cheaper price point. Please, enjoy the pictures. 4Works like it's supposed to. Got this as a replacement for an old trackball which is the exact same model. The old one is still working after many years, but looks a little banged up after all that use (our fault, not the product's). I decided to get a new one for my wife's new computer. We've used these on Windows 10 and Macs. On either system you can just plug in the trackball and it works. You can download and install the Kensington software if you want. The software gives you choices as to button behavior, but on both Win and Mac the trackball works fine with or without the software. 5Super uncomfortable and the ball falls off the mouse way too easily I honestly hate it. My right hand hates it more though.I ONLY use trackball mice and this one seemed simple enough so I didn't think much could go wrong, but after just maybe like a week of using it I was experiencing the uncomfortable, beginning signs of carpal tunnel. I don't know exactly what about the mouse was stressing my hand out so much (it could just be because I have small hands), but it was definitely the mouse because as soon as I changed to another trackball (same basic layout but different design) the pain/stiffness immediately went away.So, not recommended for people with small hands at the very least, but ALSO not recommended because the gray ball basically just sits on top of the mouse, loose. As in, it's not really attached to the mouse in any way, so if you tilt the mouse or turn it upside down then the ball will just tumble out. I haven't tried them ALL but don't think this is typical of trackball mice (the one I'm using now has a ball that is actually attached). 1
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Looks nice enough, ball rolls easily Looks nice enough, ball rolls easily, buttons are a bit stiffer than I'd like but not unbearable.Pros:-Software provides mapping for left, right, and left+right click for a wide variety of functions.-Ball rolls easily in all directions due to the way it's mounted (three-point floating).-Sensor is pretty accurate, and when configured properly you can throw the cursor across the screen and still be accurate when selecting text or clicking buttons.-Software provides lots of configuration options for this mouse. It doesn't cover everything, but it's nothing to sniff at.Cons:-Don't know if it's because of the plastic balls that the trackball rolls on or the trackball itself, but the ball tends to jump when rolling forward or backward. When I put the ball from my old Logitech Trackman (T-BC21) into it, it doesn't exhibit this problem, but that could be due to the oils on the ball (I haven't used the new ball much yet, so my skin oil hasn't coated it, and I haven't put any oil on it).-For sure due to the way the ball is mounted: it *will* fall out if you turn the mouse over without securing the ball with your hand. I don't personally consider this an issue, but some will. Just thought I'd mention it for anyone who cares.-The buttons are pretty stiff--it's not so bad with the left button, but I don't have herculese hands so my pinky has some difficulty pressing the right button.-There is no scroll function, either in the Kensington software or in the mouse itself, which seems silly since they already have the ability to map buttons. Thankfully, there are 3rd party solutions (autohotkey, x-mouse button control, to name a couple), but it seems like something as basic as this should be a feature in mice today.Overall, I think it's a good budget mouse. The lack of scroll function and bumpy ball lost it a star, but it does what it's designed to do and looks good doing it, and the other software features are pretty extensive. I think it's worth the money if you can't afford to get something higher-end. 4Left click doesn't last This is the second time I've purchased Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse. Both times, the left click becomes harder to "click" after a year or so. But for the price of $22 back in 2016, it was a steal compared to the prices of other trackball mice out there. It's 2019 now & the price jumped up to $37. Should've just stocked up on the $22 price back then so I'm not coughing up too much money years later. And I get it, wear & tear makes a product obsolete. Because of the price jump, I might just settle for another trackball mouse in the same price range of $40, knowing this mouse won't last long. 1Kensington Orbit Trackball no ball retainer. it would have 5 stars IFF ( If and Only If) the darned ball would stay in the hole like the old/previous version, which was not optical ( rubber rollers are failing).it is fine for someone who leaves it on the desk, i use mine with a laptop and the ball is always having more fun than I rolling around on the floor.I am going to try and find some way the make a ball retainer.the other difference is this feels cheap as compared to the older heavier one...then again progress ...meaning 1 step forward and 3 backwards. the cheap feel is not really an issue once placed on desk or working surface.now the good thing is that the ball operation much smoother and easier operation than the old one. the shape is similar and is my preference over the Logitech.good /bad the nice thing is that the blue balls from my old units work just fine when the little black one is out exploring. Bad: I need to carry the extra ball for just those times when the original has rolled off exploring and un-reachable.the redesign must have been done by someone who does not use a trackball!So if it sits on the desk or you love chasing your ball this is great.......nuf said 2Trackbummer I do a lot of CAD engineering and really wanted to love this as I initially learned on a trackball many years ago. It worked okay until I downloaded the supplemental software, it wouldn't work after I installed it. But it worked again when I uninstalled it. It also makes a very annoying, very high-pitched squeal when it's idle (though my girlfriend couldn't hear it and swore I was crazy), and perhaps it was just this one particular one that may have been bad. I exchanged it for a Logitech M570, not sure if I like it so far. I'd rather have a full-sized trackball, I have big hands. I wish they made a modern version of their giant 4-button one they made for Macs in the mid-90s. That was a quality unit! 3Awesome, Looks Great, Great Price Love it so far. It will take time to see if the ball keeps working. Or rather, how long before I will have to clean the ball. Not sure how that is to be done, but I will figure it out when the time comes. This is a plug-in, which is good because you move the ball, not the unit. The connection will be better with a plug-in. Works better than my similar Logitech mouse (the one with the blue ball), which is strictly right-handed and is wireless. This one can be used either right or left-handed. And it looks great. The ball has great "bowling ball" effects. Great price for such a good unit. I had the Logitech wired ball-type with the maroon ball. I think this one is way better. 5Reasonably Priced Trackball May Work for You ... The Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse may good for those experiencing hand problems. The advent of arthritis and tendonitis had put a real damper on the amount of time I was able to spend on the computer. Even though I was a longtime user of the Microsoft trackball, it did help alleviate carpal tunnel syndrome. I eventually found even that trackball did nothing for arthritis/tendonitis pain.The Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse allows the user to "click" without having to curve the thumb or other digits to do so. The ability to depress the button without bending the digit seems to minimize stress on the joints. I had hoped using the Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse would reduce my pain and allow me to use the computer without having problems doing so. The ball of the Kensington Optical Orbit Trackball Mouse seemed stiff during the first few uses. It also felt somewhat small and the lack of a scroll ring made this product difficult for me to use.Amazon's price is about 25% lower than other web sites. If you want a reasonably priced trackball and can tolerate the smaller ball and lack of scroll ring, this may be for you. 3Best item for the best price...win-win! Have owned a number of these over the years and always been happy with them, which I guess is why I keep purchasing them! I've periodically tried a different size/shape of trackball and while they were generally okay, this has always been the one I always come back to. I'm a frequent computer user for years, both at work and home, and find that the shape of this trackball fits the most comfortably. They hold up well under constant use and you can't beat the price, especially compared to a lot of much more expensively priced items. Would unequivocally recommend this item if you want a comfortable, good quality, and reasonably priced work-horse of a trackball. 5An Overall Review The Orbit Trackball is a reminiscent product for those of us who remember the classic trackballs of the 80's and 90's. Would I still use a regular laser or optical mouse -- maybe, but such an answer depends upon the situation (i.e., pixel hunting). Now, if I would say that this product performs decently in both day-to-day tasks as well as in casual gaming. I played Mass Effect I and had no problem in taking out the Geth, but in other games such Civ: Beyond Earth it may be squirrelly. The reason why I say that the ball is squirrelly is for the reason that the ball is sensitive to the slightest movement, so an incidental sneeze or a jumping cat may jolt the placement of a building.As for the shape and form, well, it's odd. It's odd because the ball is in the center and I remember my trackball had the mouse toward the thumb region. Yes, someone may point out that Logitech offers a more classic thumb trackball, but I have not yet tried it and this Orbit Trackball was cheaper. Also, another annoyance is that this version lacks a scroll wheel. Now, there is another version of the this mouse that offers a scroll wheel, but I have read that it does not offer a smooth scrolling experience. The design of the product leaves the trackball itself vulnerable to external forces such as a curious feline. If the trackball could be secured by a retainer ring such external forces would be mitigated. In short, it offers a classic user experience at a cheaper price point. Please, enjoy the pictures. 4Works like it's supposed to. Got this as a replacement for an old trackball which is the exact same model. The old one is still working after many years, but looks a little banged up after all that use (our fault, not the product's). I decided to get a new one for my wife's new computer. We've used these on Windows 10 and Macs. On either system you can just plug in the trackball and it works. You can download and install the Kensington software if you want. The software gives you choices as to button behavior, but on both Win and Mac the trackball works fine with or without the software. 5Super uncomfortable and the ball falls off the mouse way too easily I honestly hate it. My right hand hates it more though.I ONLY use trackball mice and this one seemed simple enough so I didn't think much could go wrong, but after just maybe like a week of using it I was experiencing the uncomfortable, beginning signs of carpal tunnel. I don't know exactly what about the mouse was stressing my hand out so much (it could just be because I have small hands), but it was definitely the mouse because as soon as I changed to another trackball (same basic layout but different design) the pain/stiffness immediately went away.So, not recommended for people with small hands at the very least, but ALSO not recommended because the gray ball basically just sits on top of the mouse, loose. As in, it's not really attached to the mouse in any way, so if you tilt the mouse or turn it upside down then the ball will just tumble out. I haven't tried them ALL but don't think this is typical of trackball mice (the one I'm using now has a ball that is actually attached). 1
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