GameBall is the world’s first trackball mouse developed specifically for the computer gamer. It's unique design, gaming specific features and high-end components distinguish it from all other trackballs on the market today.
GameBall's features include:
- Precise fingertip control
- Unique ambidextrous design
- Precision optical sensor with pinpoint accuracy
- Responsive and highly durable buttons
- Innovative touch scroll pad (horizontal and vertical)
- Carbon black with LED lighting
- 6 ergonomic buttons
- Built to last with gaming-grade components
- Windows 7 or later
- Mac OS X 10.8 or later
- Popular Linux distributions
- Chrome OS
- Android 5 or later
- Wired USB cable connection (70 in / 178 cm)
- Ergonomically ambidextrous
- High resolution optical sensor (PixArt)
- Native CPI/DPI Resolutions: 400, 800, 1200, 2000, 3000
- One year limited hardware warranty
- Plug and Play installation
- Ceramic bearings
- Dimensions: 162mm (6.4 inches), 119mm (4.7 inches), 52mm (2 inches)
- Ball size: 38.1mm (1.5 Inches)
- Weight: 230 grams (.5 pounds)
- Omron switches
- 1000hz polling rate
- Manufactured in the United Kingdom
Not just for gaming
- Fully capable everyday trackball mouse
- Reduced repetitive fatigue
- Fast and easy website navigation
- Precision tracking for 3D design and CAD work
- Less desk space needed than a traditional mouse
- Low stress on your arm and shoulder
- Horizontal scrolling for easy music and video editing
- Simple to clean and maintain
US Patent No. D932492
Thank you for producing the best trackball with the best technology!
My request is "replacement of the input method for the DPI change button".
In short, I would like you to replace the "1/3 speed switching" operation with "DPI switching".
As for the specific behavior...
1/3 speed switching" = press and hold the button
DPI switching" = one normal click on the button
The reason for this is that DPI switching, which has many options, takes a long time if the button is held down.
Thank you for your consideration.
I'm not a gamer at all, but I bought one to see how it would compare to my ancient Microsoft Trackball Explorers for comfort and ease of use as the TEs I have at home and at work are elderly and worn.
The GameBall seems very well made and I'm generally very pleased with it, the only thing is I find myself wishing the lower Left button were larger toward the front of the device (and not tapered) as that's what my thumb naturally wants to position over and use most often from years of using a TE. I find I'm catching the slim Middle button quite often. Of course I accept the GameBall is an ambidextrous design (unlike the TE) so some compromise is necessary to support "lefties" as well :)
Perhaps the next incarnation of the GameBall might reconsider the relative button sizes just a little?
I am a longtime trackball user and was skeptical of Gameball at first. I have been using it for a few months now, and I am pleased with its performance. Like others have said, it is incredibly smooth and well built. I don't care much about the RGB lighting but you can turn it off. There are ergonomic changes I would like to see (maybe in the Pro version), and it is a little too easy to bump the scroll pad. I am still happy I bought it and would recommend it.
I have a rather crowded deskspace that I use for a variety of activities (gaming, university classwork, etc) and I love the way GameBall lets me save space without sacrificing the precision and ergonomics of my previous gaming mouse. Plus, I actually like the button layout on GameBall better than any of the other gaming mice I've tried.
When it comes to gaming, I feel way more comfortable and have better accuracy with the trackball than I do using my wrist, and the precision button (which slows the cursor speed) is possibly my favorite feature.
It should also be mentioned that the customer service has been fantastic, and it is refreshing to have a real person giving updates and answering messages.
This trackball is awesome. Batter than I could have imagined.
My only issue is I have to clean it all the time, but this is true with all my other trackballs.
Thank you for the hard work and making the product I always wanted.