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- Simple & Reliable & Strong – Supports Windows
- 24-Month Battery Life
- Comfortable Shape & Mobile Size
The trackball is a contentious kind of peripheral. Most people point to the mouse or the trackpad as superior ways to move a cursor across the screen, but for a small subset of nerds, myself included, there is nothing as gratifying or exact as a trackball. A flick of your thumb and the cursor screams across huge swaths of the screen. It’s absolute power, and there are few companies brave enough to put that power at the fingertips of average person. But Logitech’s thumb-oriented M570 is the stuff of legends, and the company’s finally rolled out an upgrade that might just be perfect.
The $50 Logitech Ergo M575 is a whole lot like the M570 that Logitech has been selling since 2010. There’s a sparkly ball you control with your thumb, two buttons to the ball’s right, and then left- and right-click buttons with a scroll wheel set between them. If you’ve used the M570 or the earlier wired Track Man Wheel, you’ll instantly be familiar with the setup. Logitech seems to have settled on a design that works and thankfully doesn’t deviate too much from it.
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