With a contoured shape and ambidextrous design, this high-performance trackball delivers long-lasting comfort for either hand. The patented Marble optical technology and fingertip operation give you fast, accurate control of the cursor. And convenient button controls provide instant access to key tasks, such as moving forward and backward when surfing the web.
- Sleek ambidextrous design that provides long-lasting comfort for either hand
- Fingertip control for fast, accurate cursor movement
- Patented Marble optical technology for exceptionally smooth tracking
- Large trackball that improves control while reducing hand and wrist motion
- Customizable buttons for easy access to key tasks
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What's in the Box?
- Logitech TrackMan Marble trackball
- USB-to-PS/2 adapter
- Logitech software CD for Mac and PC
- Quick start guide
- Connections: USB
- Height: 3.41 in/86.5 mm
- Width: 6.51 in/165.4 mm
- Depth: 1.67 in/42.3 mm
- Weight: 6.98 oz/198 g
- Mac OS X v10.3.9 or later
- Available USB or PS/2 port
- CD-ROM drive
- Windows Vista/XP
- Available USB or PS/2 port
- CD-ROM drive
- Mfr. Part Number: 910-000806
- UPC or EAN No.: 97855052483
- 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 (For details, please visit www.logitech.com/index.cfm/447/3101&cl=us,en.)
Ratings & Reviews
By any name, it's mightier than the mouse
Originally called the Logitech Marble Mouse Trackball, the TrackMan Marble Trackball is the superior alternative to the mouse. Un Originally called the Logitech Marble Mouse Trackball, the TrackMan Marble Trackball is the superior alternative to the mouse. Unlike a mouse, it sits in one place and your fingers use that big burgundy ball to move the pointer. Your thumb does the clicking and once you get accustomed to it, using a mouse will seen quaint and clunky.
Long before the optical mouse rose to fame, Logitech was already employing optical technology in the TrackMan Marble and its siblings. Pop out the ball and you'll find a small rectangular window. Behind that window are an infrared LED and the sensor. Together, they track the movement of the marble's leopard spots. It might not be as sexy as the red glow of a conventional optical mouse but it gets the job done with more precision and comfort. The TrackMan Marble is even ambidextrous, allowing lefties to use it as easily as righties. Oh, and those two tiny buttons near the big buttons? Those take the place of the scroll wheel, allowing you to cruise up and down the screen. …
- Written by JOSEPH E from Rialto
75 of 80 people found this useful
This thing is so nice you wont need to worry about moving the mouse the ball does all the work this is a great mouse!!!!!!!
- Written by Julie P from Makawao
72 of 80 people found this useful
I use to use this mouse at my old job designing graphic arts, and custom signs in 2005, and I thought this mouse was amazing then. I use to use this mouse at my old job designing graphic arts, and custom signs in 2005, and I thought this mouse was amazing then. Now I final found another Logitech trackman at the apple store online, for everywhere else kept sending me a refund, because no one seems to have this mouse in stock. No more moving my arm around in circles like I am scary. By far this is the best mouse out there right now, and it is so difficult to get it online or in stores anywhere. I think it is being discontinue. …
- Written by Garfield D from Bronx
53 of 55 people found this useful
Simple and Effective to Use
As far as trackballs go, there are better models out there. I myself prefer both the Kensington Expert Mouse and the Logitech M570 As far as trackballs go, there are better models out there. I myself prefer both the Kensington Expert Mouse and the Logitech M570. However, the TrackMan Marble has two things going for it: it's inexpensive (usually going for $29) and very, very simple to use.
It fits both the right and left hand. It has a large trackball and four buttons total. The two larger buttons are your clicking and contextual clicking buttons, and the two smaller buttons function as up and down scrollers. That's it. While the buttons are programmable (mainly for swapping between right and left hand users), the simplicity is the key here. This trackball will function well for years to come.
If you want a trackball with a bit more functionality, such as more programmable buttons, a scrolling ring, etc, look into the Kensington Expert Mouse. If you want something that's a bit more comfortable but catered to right hand users, consider the Logitech M570. …
- Written by Joseph M from Woodland Hills
5 of 5 people found this useful
When did buying a new mouse get so complicated?
I want a new mouse. It's been awhile since I bought one. So this is the SECOND new mouse I've bought from the Apple Store that w I want a new mouse. It's been awhile since I bought one. So this is the SECOND new mouse I've bought from the Apple Store that works only partially. This one scrolls only when it feels like it. I can't side scroll with it - like in Launch Pad, I just sit there staring at page one and can't get any further. My old Kensington may be pretty arthritic but at least it does everything. I'm beginning to think if I want a new mouse I'll have to get 2 or 3 of them to do the job that one used to do.
I'm super annoyed. And I threw out the packing for this cheap (yet overpriced) dog, so I can't even send it back - who'd have thought an old TRACKBALL mouse wouldn't work? It's in the trash now.
I use Mavericks - maybe this mouse is just another thing that doesn't work on that OS. …
- Written by Julie M from Sturgis
0 of 2 people found this useful
Great if you have cats and dust
Previous trackballs were so hard to clean (lots of dust, kitty dander, kitty hairs in office), I was always chasing springs and st Previous trackballs were so hard to clean (lots of dust, kitty dander, kitty hairs in office), I was always chasing springs and struggling to open them. But this marble trackball has been SO easy - just lift up the ball and clear out the accumulated crud (especially if it acts wonky). Usually the problem is a wad of crud easily lifted out, takes a lot to affect them. I've used them for many years, always keep a stock in case a usually feline-related incident is the last straw. It survives frequent dangling down from the desk with trackball rolling somewhere else on floor for a long time before dying, though. Hope they always offer it and always upgrade drivers as needed. They last a lot longer than my poor keyboards. Self-stick velcro can help protect against busy paws for trackballs or keyboards (or anything) in a fixed position. …
- Written by Cathy F from Richmond
3 of 3 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
can I use CLOGITECH TRACKMAN MARBLE TRACKBALL with IPAD?
- Asked by Joyce A. M from Hallandale
- Jun 2, 2011
will it work with mountain lion?
- Asked by Alexandria C from Cerrillos
- Aug 19, 2012
I'm using it with Mountain Lion. It works just fine. I used the disc that came with the mouse orig I'm using it with Mountain Lion. It works just fine. I used the disc that came with the mouse originally to load the software, rather than downloading. No problem at all. …
- Answered by Orla C
- Aug 23, 2012
This is probably a silly question, but can one of the customizable buttons be configured as a right click button?
- Asked by David R from Chapel Hill
- Jan 13, 2010
If you download and install the latest Logitech Control Center software from www.logitech.com, you c If you download and install the latest Logitech Control Center software from www.logitech.com, you can assign the right-click to any button, including the mini buttons.
Without installing the Logitech software, the non-primary button becomes the "right click". …
- Answered by Joseph E from Rialto
- Feb 21, 2010
Is this product compatible with Snow Leopard?
- Asked by Maurice M from Haverhill
- Nov 24, 2009
It'll work with Snow Leopard's native drivers. Logitech has updated the Logitech Control Center sof It'll work with Snow Leopard's native drivers. Logitech has updated the Logitech Control Center software for Snow Leopard so you can customize the buttons. …
- Answered by Joseph E from Rialto
- Jan 13, 2010
What are the physical measurements of this mouse? Length, width and height would be very helpful. I have a very small space in which to fit a mouse.
- Asked by Autumn S from Honolulu
- Nov 17, 2009
approx 7 inches long, 3 inches tall, 3 inches wide. it takes up very little room on your desktop bec approx 7 inches long, 3 inches tall, 3 inches wide. it takes up very little room on your desktop because it doesn't move like a mouse. the trackball stays put and you spin the ball. …
- Answered by William S from Newark
- Jan 9, 2010