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I prefer a trackball over a mouse, and wanted to know if anyone could recommend a good one with a scrollwheel that is mac compatible.
More than 2-3 buttons would be handy since I sometimes (although rarely) game on my PC.
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logitec trackman wireless
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Tracker balls are all I have used for years. I also use a Logictech but it is not wireless.
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I just picked up the logitech on ebay. There was a "microsoft explorer" that I found on Microsoft's website, but it's OOP, and used ones run nearly $200 or more. I would've preferred it but not for that price.
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Great let us know how it works.
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This was my favorite trackball ever!

Did a ton of photoshop work with that little workhorse!

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That is a spiffy little trackball; I suppose they don't make them anymore. What is it?
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They don't make it anymore, but you can still get one on Amazon if you are willing to pay the price.

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Track.../dp/B00000JBUI

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