This stable trackball stays in one place and its sculpted shape supports your hand to let you work all day with ease, instead of chasing a mouse around your desk. The tiny Logitech Unifying wireless receiver is small enough to stay in your notebook, and you can use your trackball for up to 18 months between battery changes.* You get precise cursor control wherever you want to use your trackball—hard tables, comfy sofas, and lumpy beds are all no problem for your M570. The integrated scroll wheel and easy-to-reach Back/Forward buttons make surfing on a notebok or navigating a home-theater computer a breeze.
- Trackball comfort
- Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your notebook
- Easily add a compatible keyboard, number pad, or mouse without the hassle of multiple USB receivers
- Go for up to 18 months without changing batteries*
- Convenient battery indicator
- Precise cursor control in practically any location
- Integrated scroll wheel and easy-to-reach Back/Forward buttons
Did you notice?The wireless receiver is so small it can stay plugged into a USB port even when you move around.
Apple Recommends ForSuperbly comfortable control of the desktop on your Mac.
What's in the Box?
- Logitech Wireless Trackball M570
- Logitech unifying receiver
- One AA battery (pre-installed)
- User documentation
- Connections: USB, Wireless
- Batteries: AA
- Height: 8.56 in./21.74 cm
- Width: 2.69 in./6.83 cm
- Weight: 12.57 oz./356.34 g
- Length: 8.00 in./20.32 cm
- Mac OS X v10.5 or later
- Available USB port
- Internet connection for software download
- Windows XP/Vista/7
- Available USB port
- Internet connection for software download
- Mfr. Part Number: 910-001799
- UPC or EAN No.: 97855070098
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Three-year limited hardware warranty
- Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
Ratings & Reviews
NOT FOR MAC OS
While this trackball might work with your Mac, be assured that the software Logitech offers to Windows users (Setpoint) for custom While this trackball might work with your Mac, be assured that the software Logitech offers to Windows users (Setpoint) for customizing how the trackball will work, is non existent for Mac OS. Logitech is aware that this is true, but does not pre-warn potential Mac users either in its product description or on its Support page. Shame on Logitech. It has the right to ignore Mac users and not offer software which is Mac compatible, but it does not have the right to entice buyers and then say, as the Logitech support person said, "sorry, there is no Setpoint for this product for Mac". …
- Written by Audrey S from New York
98 of 123 people found this useful
Nice for heavy web users / Learning curve
Would buy it again.
I am on the computer all the time - web browsing and online software, spreadsheets, photoshop, etc. The do Would buy it again.
I am on the computer all the time - web browsing and online software, spreadsheets, photoshop, etc. The down side of that is my hand and arm take a beating. I bought this Logitech Wireless M570 mouse because a friend had it and said it reduced the strain on his arm. If I put in a lot of hours I start to feel like I am getting carpal tunnel syndrome. Since staying off the computer is not much of an option for me (it would be the equivalent of a carpenter breaking his hand or a dancer breaking a leg), I made the switch.
There is a learning curve to this mouse since you need to adjust to how it works. That adjustment happened in a day or few due to my heavy usage, with the first few hours being the most noticeable. Some people will not like the change, but I needed to do something or my arm would get worse. I think it's worth it and would make the same decision a year later to buy this mouse. My arm feels better for it.
With all this said, don't expect a complete miracle, a mouse can only do so much if your arm hurts like mine did and the worse it gets the harder it will be to reserve. …
- Written by Scott R from Denver
25 of 30 people found this useful
Great Mouse Alternative
I really like using this trackball. Its a little different and takes some getting used to for some people. But its nice to not hav I really like using this trackball. Its a little different and takes some getting used to for some people. But its nice to not have to lift the trackball as you get to the edge of the mousepad. So its great for tight quarters. Also I'm pretty sure its easier on my wrist and its try comfortable too! …
- Written by Andrew S from Etobicoke
23 of 26 people found this useful
bluetooth version option would be nice to try
This is a mouse for all occasions -- whether working upside down, lying down, or where no surface for conventional mice is prese This is a mouse for all occasions -- whether working upside down, lying down, or where no surface for conventional mice is present. This mouse will perform. The thumb control allows for stress-free accuracy. Wonder how a blue-tooth version would perform? There are times when a spare usb port is not available for the tiny logitech receiver. …
- Written by Daniel K from Toronto
2 of 2 people found this useful
By far my favorite mouse
I love this trackball. I actually bought an extra just in case they stop making them, or this one breaks and I need a replacement I love this trackball. I actually bought an extra just in case they stop making them, or this one breaks and I need a replacement right away.
If you've never used a trackball you really need to get used to it, but it's definitely worth it. Use it for a week or two and you'll be hooked.
I do NOT recommend installing the Logitech software though. Try SteerMouse or USB Overdrive (haven't tested USB overdrive) instead. The logitech software is awful and buggy. The 3rd party software has been working very well. …
- Written by Jonathan L from Somerville
1 of 1 people found this useful
The Best Trackball Option
As some other reviews have noted, Logitech does not have the best track record with support for Mac OS X. But fortunately, this tr As some other reviews have noted, Logitech does not have the best track record with support for Mac OS X. But fortunately, this trackball mouse works perfectly out of the box. Clicking the scroll wheel fuctions properly as the third/middle button, while the smaller two buttons on the side work as back/forward functionality.
I think this is the best trackball option for OS X. Thumb-controlled trackballs are not as common as finger-controlled ones, however, I find the former both more comfortable, and it allows for some additional functionality not found on, say, the TrackMan Marble, namely the scroll wheel. While other finger-controlled trackballs get around this by including a scroll ring, I do not find that as easy to use or as comfortable as the scroll wheel.
This trackball mouse is for right handed people only. However, it's very comfortable and I've not gotten any fatigue gripping it for even hours at a time. It's not going to allow you to perform the many gestures of OS X, but it's still a fine product to use for everyday computing. …
- Written by Joseph M from Woodland Hills
7 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Does it works on AutoCAD?
- Asked by James P from Jatujak
- Sep 28, 2013
Yes, I use this mouse with AutoCAD, works great.
- Answered by Melissa T from Portland
- Oct 23, 2013
I currently own this wonderful trackball. However, I will moving back to apple. Will I have a problem in using it on the new device?
- Asked by Rebecca K from Sahuarita
- Oct 16, 2011
You shouldn't have any difficulties. I have used Logitech trackballs for years with my Mac computers You shouldn't have any difficulties. I have used Logitech trackballs for years with my Mac computers without a problem. …
- Answered by Kristi P from Denver
- Feb 23, 2012