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juego de pelota es el primer mouse trackball del mundo desarrollado específicamente para el jugador de computadora. Su diseño único, características específicas para juegos y componentes de alta gama lo distinguen de todos los demás trackballs del mercado actual.
GameBall's las características incluyen:
- Control preciso con la punta de los dedos
- Diseño ambidiestro único
- Sensor óptico de precisión con precisión milimétrica
- Botones receptivos y altamente duraderos
- Panel de desplazamiento táctil innovador (horizontal y vertical)
- Negro carbón con iluminación LED
- 6 botones ergonómicos
- Construido para durar con componentes de grado de juego
- Windows 7 o posterior
- Mac OS X 10.8 o posterior
- Distribuciones populares de Linux
- Sistema operativo Chrome
- Android 5 o posterior
- Conexión de cable USB con cable (70 in / 178 cm)
- Ergonómicamente ambidiestro
- Sensor óptico de alta resolución (PixArt)
- Resoluciones nativas CPI/DPI: 400, 800, 1200, 2000, 3000
- Garantía limitada de hardware de un año
- Instalación Plug and Play
- Cojinetes cerámicos
- Dimensiones: 162 mm (6,4 pulgadas), 119 mm (4,7 pulgadas), 52 mm (2 pulgadas)
- Bola negra: tamaño 38,1 mm (1,5 pulgadas)
- Peso: 230 gramos (0,5 libras)
- interruptores omron
- Tasa de sondeo de 1000 Hz
- Fabricado en el Reino Unido
No solo para jugar
- Ratón con bola de seguimiento para todos los días totalmente capaz
- Reducción de la fatiga repetitiva
- Navegación rápida y fácil del sitio web
- Seguimiento de precisión para diseño 3D y trabajo CAD
- Se necesita menos espacio en el escritorio que un mouse tradicional
- Bajo estrés en su brazo y hombro
- Desplazamiento horizontal para editar fácilmente música y videos
- Fácil de limpiar y mantener
Patente de EE. UU. No. D932492
They just reached out to me to ask how I liked my GameBall as I'd received it 24 days ago.. It did take me about 3 days to build my muscle memory but it's so easy to use and comfortable I didn't realize it was so long as that, I love my new Gameball and won't trade it for anything.
It's taken a while to get used to but after a week I think I was as quick with the Gameball as I was with a regular mouse for office work: spreadsheets, some drawing, Word etc. My only minor criticism is that the unit could be heavier or have more grippy pads underneath as there is a tendency for it to slide even on a mouse mat type surface. Activating the side buttons requires a lateral resistance force and this is not solely provided by the mass of the unit, it relies on the weight of your hand to achieve this. Either this or the side buttons could require a lighter touch to activate as they feel a bit switch-like compared to a normal mouse. Otherwise it's a revelation in terms of relieving wrist/forearm pain in comparison to a regular mouse.
I'm a programmer and rely on a lot of mouse use to get my job done. After using a regular mouse for several years I developed RMI; wrist pain and soreness, that made it difficult for me to work. For a while I used the logitech trackman and worked well. However I missed having the middle button.
After some research I was recommended this trackball and I absolutely love it. Not only can I use a middle button now, but I now have access to a forward/back button (which I didn't realize how much I missed) AND the ability to easily swap to use the mouse with my left or right hand with a press of a button! And most importantly, my RMI (wrist and hand pain) is virtually gone after consistent use for a couple weeks in each hand.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when you first get this mouse:
When I first used this mouse, it took some time for my hand to get used to it. My arm and fingers felt sore like after having exercised them, but this was because I was used to using a completely different trackball before and my fingers were getting used to the button and scroll placement. In my opinion this is perfectly normal. Now after using consistently for a few months, everything about this mouse feels natural and comfortable.
When I got the Gameball, I personally recommend using the firmware to swap the back and left buttons as this felt a lot more comfortable for me. And it looks like with the new firmware you can also swap the right and forward buttons which is pretty cool. For the mouse speed, actually the lowest speed the firmware supports was perfect for my programming needs; the faster speeds made it really difficult to precision in on lines of code.
It also took a while for me to acclimate to using the vertical scroll using my ring finger. I play guitar and have finger calluses so it was a little tough to use, but I ended up programming the middle button to use as an auto scroll since that was what I was most comfortable with using a software called XMouse. Doing this was a big advantage for me over the vertical scroll on the Gameball especially for scrolling through large files in my workplace's codebase. As a programmer, having the horizontal scroll is REALLY COOL. Too bad vscode has buggy support with it...
Overall this is one of the most ergonomic and versatile mouse you'll ever use. I 100% recommend this mouse to anyone and was the best money I ever spent on a product.
Love it, just wish they had software to customize it.
My best trackball!!!!