Trackballs require less wrist movement than a mouse and therefore offer a pain-free computing experience. They also occupy less space because there may be no desk space on which to run a mouse. It is also possible to programm the mouse for custom computing.
Trackballs are often used for disorders of the neck, shoulder and upper arm. The mouse is still on the desk and the user rolls the ball with the thump, fingers, or the palm of the hand to move the pointer. The hand and wrist are in a natural position to avoid muscle injuries.
Kensington Orbit Optical Trackball £ 55.08 excl. VAT£ 55.08 incl. VAT 300.1205+ in stock
Navigate with greater comfort and precision while saving valuable desktop space with this trackball. Its optical technology delivers precise cursor control with the touch of a finger while the two-button design provides an interface that's familiar to mouse users.
Logitech TrackMan Marble Mouse £ 65.32 excl. VAT£ 65.32 incl. VAT 300.122Not in stock
A trackball design with a long, broad palm area and gentle curves keeps your hand comfortable and supported all day, whether you use your right or left hand. Convenient button controls let you easily move forward and backward when your surfing the Web. Click the large buttons together and use the ball for auto-scrolling. Fingertip-based control enables fast, accurate cursor movements.
Logitech Wireless Trackball M575 £ 70.14 excl. VAT£ 70.14 incl. VAT 300.4395 in stock
The wireless trackball stays in one place, so you don’t have to move your arm to move your cursor. The sculpted shape supports your hand. Wireless, scroll wheel and long battery life.