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Kensington SlimBlade Trackball

ZDNet
  • Summary: Kensington resurrects a dying breed with the SlimBlade Trackball, but the potential of its unique shortcut buttons devolves into a mess of clumsy extra functions and awkward movements that restrict productivity.
  • Pros: Comfortable for those physically unable to use a standard mouse, Heads-up display conveniently shows the current mode
  • Cons: Toggling between three modes complicates work flow, Expensive, Lacks Bluetooth, Can't customise buttons or alter trackball sensitivity, Large footprint
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Razer Diamondback High Precision Gaming Mouse

Hardware Zone
  • Conclusion: The slim profile of the Diamondback differs from the bulky Logitech or Microsoft designs most people have been used to. While the Diamondback does not 'fill' out your hand like a Logitech MX 510 does, it still feels comfortable.
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Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T631 for Mac

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: Impressively thin; multi-touch surface with a good assortment of supported gestures; pairs with two Macs simultaneously; feels solid and sturdy, despite its size
  • Pros: Impressively thin; multi-touch surface with a good assortment of supported gestures; pairs with two Macs simultaneously; feels solid and sturdy, despite its size
  • Cons: Thin profile makes it less ergonomic than a full-size mouse; can’t assign custom gestures and actions
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Razer Abyssus V2 – Razer’s budget gaming mouse?

Craving Tech
  • Conclusion: There are no Full Chroma backlighting with 16 million colours support and no side buttons on the Razer Abyssus V2. The cable isn’t braided either and you can’t use more than 5,000 DPI (not many gamers are in this category, however).
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First Look: Apple Magic Mouse

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: People have strong opinions about computer mice—after all, a mouse (along with a keyboard) physically forms a personal connection between you and your Mac. Apple’s new Magic Mouse has a creative new design that, upon first impression, you’ll either love or hate.
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