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Load image into Gallery viewer, Elecom optical trackball [USB] (5 button Black) M-XT1URBK
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Elecom Corp., Japan

Elecom optical trackball [USB] (5 button Black) M-XT1URBK

3.6
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Customer Reviews

Wheel Tilt functionality is too sensitive, only works for about 8 months before breaking. This trackball is a bit small for my hands, and it is difficult to use the "middle mouse click" functionality, but other than that I quite like this trackball.Clicking the scroll wheel is a quite common user action these days, so I'm quite surprised that it's so difficult to do with this mouse without unwanted scrolling in the process ("Wheel tilt" is too sensitive). I regularly use programs like 3DS Max where the middle mouse button is an absolutely integral part of the functionality. Even in the web browser, where clicking the scroll wheel will open a link in a new tab, or clicking the scroll wheel on a tab will close that tab, I'm constantly being faced with this irritating limitation.{EDIT] This trackball started acting wonky about six months in, and become almost unusable by eight months. It finally became completely unusable at almost exactly eleven months after purchase. 3After initially being extremely happy with this mouse After initially being extremely happy with this mouse, thinking I'd finally found a replacement for my Logitech 570 wired trackman, it turns out this product is a dud. Yes, I popped in my old Logitech ball. The original ball actually worked better than the Logitech regardless of what is said in other reviews. At least on my mouse.I think it comes down to poor design. If you look inside the Logitech trackman ball socket, the 3nodes the ball glide on are quite pronounced. On the Elecom they barely break the plane of the plastic socket. In addition if you look at the eye socket of the Logitech where the sensor sits, it has a cover protecting the sensor. On the Elecom you can actually see the sensor because there's no cover. Anything can get in there and foul the sensor.I've had my Elecom mouse exactly 7 days and it just stopped responding about an hour ago while I was playing ARMA3. I did my usual troubleshooting routine unplugging, re plugging and cleaned off the ball and the contacts inside the socket. My 12 year old Logitech trackman works just fine... So it's not my computer.Do not buy this product. It's made in China and its poorly designed. 1Nice side-thumb trackball similar to (but better than) the Logitech M570 This is a nice side-thumb trackball similar to the Logitech M570. I received my Elecom track ball recently (serial # 4905981) and it does not have the issue with the trackball movement dropouts as earlier reviews mentioned. I did not need to change the trackball with an M570 one. The trackball motion is very smooth.The manual that you get is in Japanese but luckily Windows 7 recognizes the trackball and installs the correct drivers. I ran a Key Code Viewing program and discovered that the "Forward", "Backward", and "Scroll Wheel Pressed" buttons send the same codes as a Logitech M570. If you use AutoHotKey, these are - Forward: XButton2, Backward: XButton1, Scroll Wheel Pressed: MButton.Basic operation: use 3 fingers, index (Left-Click), middle (Right-Click) and ring finger (reduces pointer speed for more precise control). The Scroll Wheel does normal up/down scrolling, plus left/right tilt for panning. The center switch below the scroll wheel selects a DPI of 750 or 1500. The Forward and Backward buttons can be re-mapped using the key codes listed above.The button clicks feel very definite with great haptic feedback, much better than the Logitech M570. Elecom claims that Omron microswitches are used.Overall I highly recommend this trackball. 5Elecom 5 button trackball to replace the Logitech M570. I bought this to replace my Logitech M570. The left click button stopped functioning and the Elecom had good reviews. I am overall happy with this mouse and the fact it is usb corded does not bother me. Since I don't have to constantly be moving it around like a regular mouse, the cord is no issue. I love trackball mice. I enjoy its dual speed, the forward page back page buttons and two function scroll button is great and of course the thumb operated ball is great. Ergonomics: I don't have real long fingers and find it is a bit tall in the center and doesnt allow my wrist to rest comfortably on the desk while my fingers reach all the way to the sweetest spot on the click buttons. But it works well all the same. I wish they would flatten the design some and maybe lengthen it to support the wrist better. But again overall, it is just fine and a worthy replacement for the Logitech. The ball is easily removed for cleaning as was the ball on the Logitech. I recommend this trackball as a replacement for the 570 and hope I get long service from it. I gave it four stars because it feels too tall in height and too short in length. But thats just me. :-) 4True M570 Rival...Mostly The mouse fits my hand great and is comfortable. The buttons are easily clicked and usable. I'd been using the M570 for a couple of years and the wired version of Logitech's thumb trackball for 6 years preceding that. I know we live in a wireless world, but one can get tired of recharging & replacing batteries that always die at the worst times lol.The only true con was the instructions were printed only in Japanese. While I know it is an item built & shipped from Japan, you'd think if they were going to sell it internationally, it would have multiple languages on the instruction sheets. It is a plug & play mouse, but if you want to be able to program your buttons for other than the basic functions, you have to go find the program on Elecom's support page.Edit: After having this mouse for over 7 months I'm finding that like others, it's started freezing and hanging up. Under non gaming usage, a few shakes of the mouse isn't much of an issue. For those of us playing a variety of games...it's incredibly annoying and likely to get you dead in whatever game you are playing. I've reduced my review down to 3 stars due to these issues. Not sure if I'll continue with it or start shopping for another mouse 3Near-perfect trackball. Update (01/24/2015): Removed the con regarding forward/back button placement. After using the device for a few days, I adjusted my hand position and it now feels even more comfortable than the M570. Also updated the con regarding the skipped movements.As a long-time user of trackball devices, in particular those that are designed for thumb operation, I am pleased to report that the Logitech M570 finally has some serious competition. And, as far as I have seen so far, this device from Elecom comes out on top. Here is a run-down of the features:- Selectable DPI switch: 750 to 1500. For reference, the M570's factory default setting is 800 DPI, and adjustable up to 1200. However, as far as I know, the M570 cannot adjust its DPI on the fly, like this device can.- Slowdown Switch: Press and hold to slow the cursor movement. Combine this with the DPI switch, and you can freely switch between four different cursor speeds at any given time. It should be noted that this is the only button on the mouse that cannot be reprogrammed through Elecom's MouseAssistant software.- Seven programmable buttons: Left, right, middle (press scroll wheel), 4 (back), 5 (forward), tilt scrollwheel left, and tilt scrollwheel right. Since I haven't used a regular mouse in years, I don't know if the scrollwheel tilt function has been done before, but it's the first time I've seen it done on a trackball. And it is very cool.- Comfortable ergonomics, with enlarged feet for improved grip on desk surfaces.All of these features makes this a terrific choice for gamers, engineers, graphics design artists, or multimedia editors. You can map special functions to the extra inputs as needed, and the DPI and Slowdown switches provide the pinpoint accuracy needed for any number of applications. And, of course, it has the advantage inherent to all trackball input devices: Virtually no arm strain.There are a few minor issues, however:- This isn't a problem for me, but the mouse is slightly smaller in length/width than the M570. For those who complained about the M570 being too small, this is not the device for you.- Japanese users have reported problems with the device recognizing trackball movements. Allegedly, the mouse occasionally "skips" movements, or something to that effect. Update (01/24/2015): I have experienced this as well, though very rarely. In a typical three-hour session of moderate to heavy use, I have observed it two or three times at most, each lasting less than a second. Switching the default trackball out with the M570's ball seems to eliminate this entirely, though the M570's ball does not feel as smooth.In short, we finally have a trackball that belongs in the 21st century. It is not perfect, but it is, quite possibly, the best production trackball available today. I cannot comment on its robustness, as I only recently received it, but if I have any issues, I will update this review as needed. 4Exceptional trackball, when paired with M570 ball I've been using trackballs since the nineties, and I refuse to switch now. When Logitech stopped making wired trackballs, I feared I was going to be stuck using wireless (which is not optimal for gaming), as all other semi-decent trackballs were palm-style instead of thumb-style like this one is. When I found this, I knew I had to try it. I am so glad I did.The default ball that comes with this trackball isn't quite as precise as I would like. Fortunately, I had happened to come across an abandoned M570 at work, and the ball from that fits perfectly into this. You can also buy the M570 ball here on Amazon, which I highly recommend if you use this for gaming, like I do.https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007UCBIBG/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=14JDY3WSJCCBB&coliid=I26UVFC3IYWXJNAfter 2 years of fairly heavy use, the left mouse button is beginning to double-click on me. However, I'm not complaining. Two years is pretty good for a sub-$40 trackball. I'm going to order at least one more of these, maybe two or three more (to have some spares). Pick up one of these along with the M570 ball replacement, you will not regret it, or I will refund you 100% of what you paid to read this review. ;) 5This is your ergo-trackball. Been using this mouse as my daily driver for months now. I do it all on the PC and lots of it--content creation (video and stills), CAD work, and I game more than I should in RTS and FPS. I absolutely LOVE it and it is the best ergo-ball I have owned. It is superior to the Logitech M57, especially from a gaming point of view, and I LOVE Logitech for the M570. I literally own five of them because I can't work without them.I do prefer the cord because I had some weird issues with the m570s over time. After two years or so they seem to act weird and lose connections--I have no idea why. I got tired of it and tried this mouse.The ONLY thing is that the ball this mouse uses is HORRIBLE!!! It was smooth feeling but it didn't work optically or something...it was jittery and inaccurate. Like other users I simply popped it out and popped the Logitech's blue ball in and it works amazing. If you buy this mouse then buy a different ball. 4Fantastic Mouse - Using with Macbook Pro Retina I was in the market for a mouse to replace my Apple Magic Mouse with a wired mouse - it just seemed like the battery died at the most inopportune moment, and was a real pain since I keep my Macbook closed and use an external monitor. The Magic Mouse just wouldn't reconnect unless I opened the Macbook. I decided to buy wired components vs wireless.The mouse arrived quickly and was well packaged. Setup was a breeze, plug and play. I did have to download the Elecom mouse utility from their website to map the mouse buttons in a way that made sense to me - it took about 5 minutes total.Using a trackball is awesome - I wish I had done it sooner. It took a couple of hours to really get used to it, but now I feel like I've been using it forever, even though its only been a day. I use an ultra widescreen monitor, and with my old mouse getting the cursor from one end of the screen to the other was a real pain - I had to lift the mouse off the desk and reposition it.The size and the shape of the mouse is great - feels like it was custom made for my hand. I wear a size large glove, if that helps any. The buttons are very well positioned.One thing that confuses me is that this is a 5 button mouse, but I actually count 6 buttons. There's one that sits under my ring finger - it clicks, but doesn't appear to do anything.Other than that, everything is really straight forward, and I'm very happy with my purchase.Edit 03/27/2015:The button that didn't appear to do anything actually slows the mouse cursor movement when pressed. Some might find that useful, but I would like the ability to map that button.Edit 04/16/2015:Added image of the Elecom Mouse Assistant 4.Edit 10/20/2015Problem & Fix: Upgraded my OS to El Capitan, and 2 of the buttons stopped working. Elecom Mouse Assistant would also throw an error. I downloaded the latest version of the software from http://www.elecom.co.jp/support/download/peripheral/mouse/assistant/mac/I had to uninstall the Elecom software by clicking Applications >> Utilities >> ELECOM_uninstall - there's no dialogue while it's running, but a box will pop up telling you to restart your mac. Once restarted, open the previously downloaded dmg file (basic mouse functionality still works), and run the pkg installer. Another restart and you should be good to go. 5Simplistic and complex in one trackball. So people were telling me this was a trackball on par with the logitech m570, and they weren't kidding.I love this trackball immediately after opening the box, the shape of it is great, the dpi switch is an amazing addition to a trackball, and the extra buttons to the left of the left click are very responsive compared to the m570's and they feel more comfortable.I've seen people in reviews talk about how the third mouse button all the way to the right doesn't do anything but what it does is it clamps your dpi, or lowers it as long as it is clicked, it's for precise shots in shooting games, or precise movements for anything.I've used it a couple times to aim a Lux laser or two ;)The wheel feels really nice, and it supports pushing it in to the right or left to left or right scroll, unless you want to bind those functions to something else.There's also an option to add gestures to a button, where you hold a button and draw out a gesture really quick like let's say swiping to the left really fast, and you can set macros and other bindings to every gesture.You need to install the Elecom Mouse software to get all the features of the mouse, but as far as I can tell it doesn't even take up any resources.I absolutely recommend this mouse to anyone who loves trackballs, or is looking to get into using them. 5
Elecom optical trackball [USB] (5 button Black) M-XT1URBK

Elecom optical trackball [USB] (5 button Black) M-XT1URBK

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€153,00
Sale price
€153,00
Regular price
€252,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€99,00)