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The Kensington Expert Wireless Trackball Mouse is on sale for $66 at Amazon right now, down from its list price of $100.

Trackballs can be a bit of an acquired taste – the learning curve is kind of steep if you’re used to using a mouse. But since you don’t need to move your wrist while using a trackball, it can be a handy tool for folks looking for an ergonomic input method. And the Kensington Expert is one of the most popular models around.

Kensington Expert wireless trackball for $66 – Amazon (or wired for $69)

I’ve had one for the past few years, and while I still prefer a vertical mouse for activities that require precision (like audio editing), the Kensington Expert is pretty useful for most other common tasks.

Kensington’s Orbit wireless trackball is still a cheaper option, at $50. But it has fewer buttons, a smaller trackball, and less precision. While I find the smaller model slightly more comfortable to rest my hand on, but much harder to actually use for any significant period of time.




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  1. We had a trackball mouse growing up, I somehow became quite the microsoft paint artist during that time.