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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


Technical Specifications

  • Compatibility:
    • 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)
  • Black ball: size 38.1mm (1.5 Inches)
  • Weight: 230 grams (.5 pounds)
  • Omron switches
  • 1000hz polling rate
  • Manufactured in the United Kingdom
  • CE and FCC certified
  • Local language manual included


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


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US Patent No. D932492

Customer Reviews

Based on 120 reviews
Griffin Ham

It’s a ball that games.

David Domanko
Shipping shouldn’t be this difficult

I have yet to receive my gameball, it is stuck at customs for some reason and apparently according to your site that’s not your problem. I have never had an issue with international shipping passing customs on any item I have ordered before so this is extremely disappointing

Hello David,

I just sent you an email on this. We will get this resolved for you. I am sorry this is stuck in Customs. I submitted a ticket to my carrier to see what the problem is. If this is lost for any reason we will ship you a new one.

Apologies for the hassle.
I am glad we got this worked out for you. Please let me know if you have any issues and thanks for supporting us.

Sorry for the delays with Customs.

isaac du
Smooth ball but mushy right click

As for the title, the only thing that bothers me is the top buttons.

Ukko K.
A one of a kind trackball

Switching from a Elecom huge with a mushy and unresponsive scroll wheel and a 125hz polling rate to this is a somewhat freeing feeling. I didn't look up much about this trackball before purchase, other than the polling rate, but once the scroll wheel on my old one became unbearable I bit the bullet and tried this out, mainly for it being (the only?) fingertip trackball with a 1000hz polling rate.

I have enjoyed the month I've spent with my gameball more than the year I spent with my huge. I was weary of the comfort with it being a ambidextrous design, but honestly with my wide hands, it feels way more comfortable than the Elecom. It gets my hand in a more ergonomic state and with a bonus that if I wanted to, I could use it with my left hand as well.

But compared to the huge, the buttons feel quite weighty and somewhat harder to press. Left click and forward button feel fine to me, but the bigger right click and back button feel a tiny bit too hard to press. Maybe it's the size of the buttons or the placement of the switch compared to where I'm pressing (I haven't looked inside yet).

Getting used to the trackpad style scrolling didn't take much time, but the position is a bit weird coming from a mouse with the scroll on the thumb. I constantly kept "right clicking" on the scroll in game and accidentally scrolled instead, but I believe this habit will die out once I've used it long enough. Also the separation of middle mouse button form the scroll is fantastic and I hope everyone who makes computer mice takes inspiration from that idea.

Final compliment, the movement of the ball is very smooth compared to the competition. Looking forward to seeing what the pro model ends up being like!

Isaiah Holder

The gameball isn't bad, I really enjoyed it, but the lack of precision got to me so I just swapped back to a mouse. I know I can use precision mode, but even using that got annoying.