• LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
  • LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
  • LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
  • LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
  • LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
  • LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse
LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse

LOG9043690403 - LOGITECH, INC. Optical TrackMan Cordless Mouse

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  • Batteries Included - Yes
  • Batteries Required - Yes
  • Buttons - Programmable, Scroll, 6
  • Catalog Publishing Type - Mice-Wireless
  • Color(s) - Black/Silver with Red Trackball

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The best optical ball mouse ever made! I have been using these mice since they were first made well over tens years now. There only competition was the Kensington line, but they stop innovating there!The primary reason for this review is the fact that Logitech has decided to stop making these. On top of that they will not even add support for there unifying receiver used on there newer mice.Shame on Logitech for doing this. Someone there clearly has a bug up their as* about this mouse as it has been removed and then brought back several times.Why remove a product that is clearly the leader on ball mices?Please bring these back Logitech! 5Great mouse, super comfortable! One Minor button issue (read my Fix) I've been using this for over a year now, one of the best trackballs ever. It feels high quality, and is solid.The only issue for me is the left mouse button stopped working well after a few months. It's not a very good button design to start.The fix I found was reprogramming the large "down arrow" button right above it to function as a left-click as well.Since I use the wheel for scrolling, this works just fine.You may need to install the Logitech Setpoint software to be able to re-program the buttons, you should be able to google it easily. 4Goodbye My Beloved Trackman I have owned a few of these, replacing used up ones as necessary. I find my current model is wearing out after 3 years and wanted to replace it, but not for nearly $500!This has always been the best mouse for me, as I can position my hand wherever I'm comfortable and then just move my fingers. I have conventional mice, but rarely use them. I own the Kensington Expert and use it with my laptop and it's okay, but my desk (where all the action happens) holds this mouse. Precision is good for graphics, I use all the buttons and find their placement ideal - I have large hands.I guess I'll try to repair the old ones before this one finally gives up. Maybe Logitech will start making this again, or maybe someone else could do it. When does the patent expire?I'm also going to see how using one of my old phones as a mouse feels. That might work.If someone does make these again, please make it rechargeable like my Performance MX mouse. And use the same little USB receiver as that and the little M325s that I have. That'd be great. 4R.I.P. to the best consumer mouse on the market I've gone through two of these trackballs over a period of more than a decade. I've also owned and used Logitech's other trackball mouse, and I tried the hideous "marble mouse." And of course I've suffered with all manner of regular mouse products from a variety of manufacturers. The Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman is by far the best of all of them. It's fast, smooth, durable, and it doesn't cause repetitive motion stress like others do. The trackball is actuated by the tips of the fingers, which is vastly better than the thumb-driven placement of Logitech's other trackball mouse. And the "marble mouse" ... don't get me started. It's just simply unusable. Kludgy, awkward, slow ... blech.So why did Logitech discontinue this mouse? I am hopeful it means they'll be replacing it soon with an upgraded design that retains the advantages of this mouse and addresses the shortcomings -- namely the buttons tend to wear out and it does go through batteries pretty quickly. Plus it's kind of heavy and a little awkward to balance on your thigh or on an armrest. A design that's more freestanding in different positions would be ideal.Until then I'll just have to baby my still-working trackman, because I'm not paying $200 clams for a replacement. 5Logitech is losing it. They discontinued this wonderful mouse! Idiots! I've had three of these over the years and they continually improved it to a state of perfection. I always felt that fifty some odd bucks was well worth the value. I would buy one again today, but not for four hundred effing bucks!Now all they have is a good trackball but with no scrolling wheel (Trackman Marble Mouse) or one with great features but a thumb operated ball! (M570 Wireless Trackball) They used to be innovative and wonderful, now they are retrenching and making stupid decisions. They need to take a course in 'How NOT to Pi** Off your Loyal Customers- 101'. 5Wonderful trackball but it self destructs... still consider it the best product in its class I am already on my third trackman wireless and each time I get it new, I just love it for its efficiency and comfort. I have tried all trackballs and this one is at the very top because of its wireless function. This allows it to be placed next to my keyboard in the keyboard drawer. So when I pull it out both the trackball and keyboard is access at the same level (and as I do not have to move it around like a mouse, there is no danger of it falling off).I have nothing but good things to say about its performance and comfort. Wish logitech improved its overall materials and the USB transmitter to something smaller than the horrible one that it comes with. Ugly and large while a lot other wireless accessories have very small USB dongles.But this complaint is no where as bad than the quality of the plastics. Each time after about 2 years I have to replace the trackball because the plastics on this trackball has deteriorated so badly that it begins to peel. But today I have to completely replace the trackball because it just died and cannot be used. Very disappointing considering that the previous one did not die on me but just peeled a whole lot.My wish for this product to be further developed into the next generation with better materials and better button performance (not that its bad but it needs to be able to last a lot longer than 2 years). This model is harder and harder to find because it is no longer in production and for some reason, logitech refuses to replace this model with another wireless trackball. None will be made. Go figure.So having said all the negative aspects of this product, on balance I still want another one because there isn't another product out there that is comparable. 4Sadly Discontinued Logitech has discontinued this fine trackball, and legitimate retailers have sold all their stock. Now it is only available, at grossly inflated prices, from bottom-feeding resellers. Its usual retail price was fifty to sixty dollars; it is now frequently listed at four times that. It's a great trackball, but it's not worth that much, especially considering that it doesn't have a very long lifespan.It's really too bad that Logitech retired this trackball instead of updating it. Like many, I was hoping for a new version with a more functional, compact receiver, but I'd have been just as happy with a corded model. I've never seen any advantage to a cordless trackball, since it is mostly stationary. In fact, this trackball's only real problems are due to its cordless design. It has a prodigious appetite for batteries, and connectivity is less than perfect.Also, its main button (the "left click" one) isn't built to last very long. I've gone through three of these trackballs; they lasted two or so years before the button-press started failing to register. That's not unheard of for a pointing device in constant use, but you should keep this limited lifespan in mind if you're considering shelling out two C-notes.This trackball is very comfortable and easy to use -- unless you're left-handed. Operating the ball with your fingers feels very natural and gives more precise control than thumb-operated trackballs. It has plenty of buttons: 8, when you count the clickable scroll wheel. All are programmable, if you use the third-party uberOptions freeware tool.I'm now using my fourth Cordless Optical Trackman. I really hope it stays functional until a suitable replacement hits the market, with a finger-operated ball, a scroll wheel, and at least five buttons. If not, I'll use the next-best thing: the Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse. 5Should I get a lifetime supply? I've been using this Logitech trackball mouse ever since they first came out; that was quite some time ago. I won't use any others. I've gone through three of them, and that's not faulting the device; I use them ALOT. The mouse itself is wireless, and it has a radio-controlled device with a short USB (w/PS2 adaptor) cable which is connected to the computer. As another reviewer here said, I also wish Logitech would update and use the small flash-drive type wireless connectors as my newer keyboards do. But this is really very minor, and not a real problem.I'm here online buying another couple of these to add to my two still-unopened units so I don't run out of them, as I'm afraid I won't be able to find them anymore. For some unfathomable reason, I rarely see trackballs anymore; I simply cannot imagine the reason. They are so much easier on the wrist, and one doesn't need their entire arm to 'steer' the thing as is the case with regular mice.Only one thing about this mouse; it seems to 'rock' back and forth, which I found annoying. The solution was simple: On the bottom I put 4 ofsmall cork 'buttons' and that works just fine. (The cork buttons can be found in the same rack with those tiny felt furniture-protection pads in office and home supply stores.) 5Best computer input device ever Best computer input device ever, period. I've gone through three of these over the past 15 years or so, through undergraduate and graduate school, long nights and weekends gaming, long projects on the computer. Just about the most comfortable and useful device ever made for the computer. Now, with my third one wearing down (the left click becoming non-responsive) I've switched over to a wireless mouse, and it just isn't the same; in fact I took my Trackman apart earlier today to see if there was some way to salvage it after a day of using the new mouse. I have no idea why Logitech stopped making these, anyone who has ever owned one has raved about them, and this is the only device I would ever recommend anyone use. Is it worth $200-$500? It actually just might be... 5Logictech! Release a redesign of this trackball, Please! This was the best mouse/trackball ever. (ok, microsoft had one that was superior in some ways & lacking in others) It was the most accurate, easy to use trackball. I was able to use it for gaming very successfully. If I had the cash to pay for what they're going for here I wouldn't hesitate.A standard mouse is clunky & comparably slow, especially when you're short on space & have to pick up the mouse to move it. They're also a non-option, my wrist can't take it & I don't want surgery.I scoured the internet looking for another finger driven trackball that had enough buttons to use for gaming. I ordered & sent back a few different very expensive trackballs that were very uncomfortable to use. Most were Huge & made to use & then let go of. Good for the applications they were designed for, useless for me & my somewhat smaller hands. Despite the fact that I'm broke, I was willing to spend up to $200 to get a trackball I could use. There Is nothing suitable on the market.I finally broke down & tried Logitech's thumb driven wireless trackball for a year or so now & its horrible in comparison, I hate it. Its incredibly slow & inaccurate. Its annoying to use even just surfing the web. Takes forever to get the pointer across the screen (yes, I've adjusted the sensitivity). I'm using it because I need something, but I've quit two of my favorite games because I just can't play them properly anymore. And, my thumb hurts!I'm Begging you logitech. Absolutely Begging you to redesign this mouse. I don't care if its corded. I don't care if its twice the price this version was. Please, Please, Please release a new version of this trackball. Please. I'm desperate! 5
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The best optical ball mouse ever made! I have been using these mice since they were first made well over tens years now. There only competition was the Kensington line, but they stop innovating there!The primary reason for this review is the fact that Logitech has decided to stop making these. On top of that they will not even add support for there unifying receiver used on there newer mice.Shame on Logitech for doing this. Someone there clearly has a bug up their as* about this mouse as it has been removed and then brought back several times.Why remove a product that is clearly the leader on ball mices?Please bring these back Logitech! 5Great mouse, super comfortable! One Minor button issue (read my Fix) I've been using this for over a year now, one of the best trackballs ever. It feels high quality, and is solid.The only issue for me is the left mouse button stopped working well after a few months. It's not a very good button design to start.The fix I found was reprogramming the large "down arrow" button right above it to function as a left-click as well.Since I use the wheel for scrolling, this works just fine.You may need to install the Logitech Setpoint software to be able to re-program the buttons, you should be able to google it easily. 4Goodbye My Beloved Trackman I have owned a few of these, replacing used up ones as necessary. I find my current model is wearing out after 3 years and wanted to replace it, but not for nearly $500!This has always been the best mouse for me, as I can position my hand wherever I'm comfortable and then just move my fingers. I have conventional mice, but rarely use them. I own the Kensington Expert and use it with my laptop and it's okay, but my desk (where all the action happens) holds this mouse. Precision is good for graphics, I use all the buttons and find their placement ideal - I have large hands.I guess I'll try to repair the old ones before this one finally gives up. Maybe Logitech will start making this again, or maybe someone else could do it. When does the patent expire?I'm also going to see how using one of my old phones as a mouse feels. That might work.If someone does make these again, please make it rechargeable like my Performance MX mouse. And use the same little USB receiver as that and the little M325s that I have. That'd be great. 4R.I.P. to the best consumer mouse on the market I've gone through two of these trackballs over a period of more than a decade. I've also owned and used Logitech's other trackball mouse, and I tried the hideous "marble mouse." And of course I've suffered with all manner of regular mouse products from a variety of manufacturers. The Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman is by far the best of all of them. It's fast, smooth, durable, and it doesn't cause repetitive motion stress like others do. The trackball is actuated by the tips of the fingers, which is vastly better than the thumb-driven placement of Logitech's other trackball mouse. And the "marble mouse" ... don't get me started. It's just simply unusable. Kludgy, awkward, slow ... blech.So why did Logitech discontinue this mouse? I am hopeful it means they'll be replacing it soon with an upgraded design that retains the advantages of this mouse and addresses the shortcomings -- namely the buttons tend to wear out and it does go through batteries pretty quickly. Plus it's kind of heavy and a little awkward to balance on your thigh or on an armrest. A design that's more freestanding in different positions would be ideal.Until then I'll just have to baby my still-working trackman, because I'm not paying $200 clams for a replacement. 5Logitech is losing it. They discontinued this wonderful mouse! Idiots! I've had three of these over the years and they continually improved it to a state of perfection. I always felt that fifty some odd bucks was well worth the value. I would buy one again today, but not for four hundred effing bucks!Now all they have is a good trackball but with no scrolling wheel (Trackman Marble Mouse) or one with great features but a thumb operated ball! (M570 Wireless Trackball) They used to be innovative and wonderful, now they are retrenching and making stupid decisions. They need to take a course in 'How NOT to Pi** Off your Loyal Customers- 101'. 5Wonderful trackball but it self destructs... still consider it the best product in its class I am already on my third trackman wireless and each time I get it new, I just love it for its efficiency and comfort. I have tried all trackballs and this one is at the very top because of its wireless function. This allows it to be placed next to my keyboard in the keyboard drawer. So when I pull it out both the trackball and keyboard is access at the same level (and as I do not have to move it around like a mouse, there is no danger of it falling off).I have nothing but good things to say about its performance and comfort. Wish logitech improved its overall materials and the USB transmitter to something smaller than the horrible one that it comes with. Ugly and large while a lot other wireless accessories have very small USB dongles.But this complaint is no where as bad than the quality of the plastics. Each time after about 2 years I have to replace the trackball because the plastics on this trackball has deteriorated so badly that it begins to peel. But today I have to completely replace the trackball because it just died and cannot be used. Very disappointing considering that the previous one did not die on me but just peeled a whole lot.My wish for this product to be further developed into the next generation with better materials and better button performance (not that its bad but it needs to be able to last a lot longer than 2 years). This model is harder and harder to find because it is no longer in production and for some reason, logitech refuses to replace this model with another wireless trackball. None will be made. Go figure.So having said all the negative aspects of this product, on balance I still want another one because there isn't another product out there that is comparable. 4Sadly Discontinued Logitech has discontinued this fine trackball, and legitimate retailers have sold all their stock. Now it is only available, at grossly inflated prices, from bottom-feeding resellers. Its usual retail price was fifty to sixty dollars; it is now frequently listed at four times that. It's a great trackball, but it's not worth that much, especially considering that it doesn't have a very long lifespan.It's really too bad that Logitech retired this trackball instead of updating it. Like many, I was hoping for a new version with a more functional, compact receiver, but I'd have been just as happy with a corded model. I've never seen any advantage to a cordless trackball, since it is mostly stationary. In fact, this trackball's only real problems are due to its cordless design. It has a prodigious appetite for batteries, and connectivity is less than perfect.Also, its main button (the "left click" one) isn't built to last very long. I've gone through three of these trackballs; they lasted two or so years before the button-press started failing to register. That's not unheard of for a pointing device in constant use, but you should keep this limited lifespan in mind if you're considering shelling out two C-notes.This trackball is very comfortable and easy to use -- unless you're left-handed. Operating the ball with your fingers feels very natural and gives more precise control than thumb-operated trackballs. It has plenty of buttons: 8, when you count the clickable scroll wheel. All are programmable, if you use the third-party uberOptions freeware tool.I'm now using my fourth Cordless Optical Trackman. I really hope it stays functional until a suitable replacement hits the market, with a finger-operated ball, a scroll wheel, and at least five buttons. If not, I'll use the next-best thing: the Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse. 5Should I get a lifetime supply? I've been using this Logitech trackball mouse ever since they first came out; that was quite some time ago. I won't use any others. I've gone through three of them, and that's not faulting the device; I use them ALOT. The mouse itself is wireless, and it has a radio-controlled device with a short USB (w/PS2 adaptor) cable which is connected to the computer. As another reviewer here said, I also wish Logitech would update and use the small flash-drive type wireless connectors as my newer keyboards do. But this is really very minor, and not a real problem.I'm here online buying another couple of these to add to my two still-unopened units so I don't run out of them, as I'm afraid I won't be able to find them anymore. For some unfathomable reason, I rarely see trackballs anymore; I simply cannot imagine the reason. They are so much easier on the wrist, and one doesn't need their entire arm to 'steer' the thing as is the case with regular mice.Only one thing about this mouse; it seems to 'rock' back and forth, which I found annoying. The solution was simple: On the bottom I put 4 ofsmall cork 'buttons' and that works just fine. (The cork buttons can be found in the same rack with those tiny felt furniture-protection pads in office and home supply stores.) 5Best computer input device ever Best computer input device ever, period. I've gone through three of these over the past 15 years or so, through undergraduate and graduate school, long nights and weekends gaming, long projects on the computer. Just about the most comfortable and useful device ever made for the computer. Now, with my third one wearing down (the left click becoming non-responsive) I've switched over to a wireless mouse, and it just isn't the same; in fact I took my Trackman apart earlier today to see if there was some way to salvage it after a day of using the new mouse. I have no idea why Logitech stopped making these, anyone who has ever owned one has raved about them, and this is the only device I would ever recommend anyone use. Is it worth $200-$500? It actually just might be... 5Logictech! Release a redesign of this trackball, Please! This was the best mouse/trackball ever. (ok, microsoft had one that was superior in some ways & lacking in others) It was the most accurate, easy to use trackball. I was able to use it for gaming very successfully. If I had the cash to pay for what they're going for here I wouldn't hesitate.A standard mouse is clunky & comparably slow, especially when you're short on space & have to pick up the mouse to move it. They're also a non-option, my wrist can't take it & I don't want surgery.I scoured the internet looking for another finger driven trackball that had enough buttons to use for gaming. I ordered & sent back a few different very expensive trackballs that were very uncomfortable to use. Most were Huge & made to use & then let go of. Good for the applications they were designed for, useless for me & my somewhat smaller hands. Despite the fact that I'm broke, I was willing to spend up to $200 to get a trackball I could use. There Is nothing suitable on the market.I finally broke down & tried Logitech's thumb driven wireless trackball for a year or so now & its horrible in comparison, I hate it. Its incredibly slow & inaccurate. Its annoying to use even just surfing the web. Takes forever to get the pointer across the screen (yes, I've adjusted the sensitivity). I'm using it because I need something, but I've quit two of my favorite games because I just can't play them properly anymore. And, my thumb hurts!I'm Begging you logitech. Absolutely Begging you to redesign this mouse. I don't care if its corded. I don't care if its twice the price this version was. Please, Please, Please release a new version of this trackball. Please. I'm desperate! 5
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