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1. Kensington Auto Charger for iPod,
$39.99 $37.95 list()
2. Kensington 7 Port USB 2.0 DOME
$96.99 $79.99 list($127.95)
3. Kensington Expert Mouse Optical
$60.99 $50.82 list()
4. Kensington Laptop Desktop USB
$86.95
5. Kensington Contour Roller Notebook
$105.99 $94.99 list()
6. Kensington Expert Mouse Wireless
7. Kensington Auto Charger and Cassette
$62.99 $59.58 list()
8. Kensington PocketMouse Bluetooth
$57.99 list($59.99)
9. Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Bluetooth
$29.99 $27.49 list()
10. Kensington Simply Portable One
$60.99 $56.11 list()
11. Kensington Pilot Mouse - Bluetooth
$24.99 $22.06 list()
12. Kensington PocketHub USB 2.0 Compact
$19.99 $13.95 list()
13. Kensington Protective Case for
$56.99 $56.88 list()
14. Kensington Contour Pro 17" Notebook
$102.99 $97.48 list($144.95)
15. Kensington Turbo Mouse Pro USB
$50.99 list()
16. Kensington Contour Backpack Notebook
$54.99 $49.75 list()
17. Kensington Saddlebag Sport Backpack
$50.99 list($69.99)
18. Kensington Saddle Bag Pro Computer
$93.99 $89.04 list($127.95)
19. Kensington 4-Button Expert Mouse
$29.99 $22.99 list($44.95)
20. Kensington 64327 Trackball Orbit

1. Kensington Auto Charger for iPod, iPod Mini

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Asin: B0002UHUTM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 1669
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Features

  • Uses car cigarette lighter plug to charge the iPod or iPod Mini
  • Green and light green LED indicators signal plugged and charging states
  • Fully retractable power cord reduces tangles, saves space
  • Cord doubles as dock connector cable or FireWire cable for computer connection
  • For iPod or iPod Mini with dock connector

2. Kensington 7 Port USB 2.0 DOME HUB (33118)

our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0002FHENE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 2889
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Features

  • Weighted base and non-skid feet stay put
  • Seven USB ports to connect up to seven devices
  • USB 2.0 delivers up to 40 times the speed of USB 1.1
  • Free FlyLight included
  • Works with USB 2.0 and 1.1

3. Kensington Expert Mouse Optical Trackball USB for Windows or Mac- 64325
list price: $127.95
our price: $96.99
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Asin: B00009KH63
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 1080
Average Customer Review: 4.55 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Award-winning Scroll Ring around the trackball makes scrolling quick and easy.
  • A user says -One of the most eloquent designs of any input device on the market Largest ball of any of the mainstream, consumer trackballs Trackball has great momentum and virtually frictionless rotation.
  • Largest ball of any of the mainstream, consumer devices
  • Great momentum and virtually frictionless rotation
  • Detachable wrist rest cradles your hand in comfort, Windows or Mac compatible

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Got for son, I am ordering one
I have been a long-time Kensington Expert Mouse user. The original one with the big cue ball was flawless, in use. However, it would break down fairly quickly. Then, about 3 years ago, the mechanisms got cheapened. The feel was just not as good. I was forced to the Dark Side and got a Microsoft Optical Trackball. It was pretty good. When my son's Kensington Expert Mouse 4.0 gave out, I orded the 7.0. Wow! The feel of old, if not better! Or buttah! I am now getting our second one for the household.

2-0 out of 5 stars cost reduction reloaded!?
Had I read nicho1as's review and taken it seriously, I could have saved myself a trip back to Fry's returns line.
I am using the 'old' Kensington expert mouse (i.e. Kensington's classic opto-mechnical, four-button trackball, that is built like a tank) for over 6 years, the non-optical tracking system gets annoying once in a while when is starts losing tracking, and needs some cleaning to get back to working order. After also using traditional optical mouse and learning to appreciate it's merits over old ball mouse I though the optical trackball would be a real improvement over the opto-mechanical trackball circa 1997... - BIG mistake!

It could be, in theory, sure - but Kensignton have tried to save few bucks on their manufacturing costs, and, it's really easy to tell. Gone are the massive, smooth, steel bearings, instead you'll find cheap red miniature plastic balls that support the "diamond eye" trackball. The result is an unpleasant movement feel, perhaps folks using trackball for the first time aren't aware of it, but the older version trackball clearly had a superior feel, and higher quality plastics as well.

I can easily say that this optical trackball, taken out of the box, feels about the same as the mechanical trackball when it gets dirty after months of use, and the old trackball is not such a pain to clean.

Returning it was as easy decision - I did not even have to connect it to the PC to make the decision. I guess I will be using the mechanical trackball for another six years unless Kensington decide to design a professional quality optical trackball before.

5-0 out of 5 stars Almost Perfect...
Nobody makes a better trackball than Kensington -- absolutely no one! It took them a while to get on the optical bandwagon so I had to get by with Microsoft & Logitech products until the wired optical trackball came out. The wired version is perfect except that I keep running out of cord or I'm always tipping something over. The wireless model goes through batteries every couple of days and it's response time is slower and jerkier than the wired one. Hopefully, with time they'll make a wireless one that responds like a Microsoft or Logitech while keeping that sweet Kensington "feel". When that happens I'll be the first in line to purchase one

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Upgrade!
I am so happy with this trackball! It is smooth, responsive, very accurate and feels so good in the hand. I had been hesitant to order this trackball because I currently have the Kensington Exprert Pro with the six internet buttons. That one is relatively new, and I had paid over $100 for it. It was hard for me to shell out more $$ for this latest version. But, the scroll ring seemed to me more user friendly than the six-button Kensington Pro.
I was right! The scroll ring is ultimately more user friendly than the six-button Kensington Pro; and the smaller footprint of the Kensington 7 Optical trackball fits my hand more comfortably.
I love this new trackball! It is very much worth the money. For those of you who are wondering if you want to pay to upgrade, I would tell you that I am very happy that I did. Good luck with your decision!
Sincerely, Larry G.
from Eugene, Oregon

5-0 out of 5 stars From an owner of 3-gen of trackball.. this is the BEST EVER
I own the original Kensington Expert Mouse (2-button), the TurboMouse wireless (with the internet quick launch buttons), and now the Expert Mouse 7.0.

I have to say.. the original was VERY good. The wireless Turbo was a dud given that the scroller was unusable. This one takes an ingenious design of putting the scroller in a VERY usable place. It really perfects the design. 4-buttons are nice since they are programmable, but the scroller is the key to it all. I can't imagine using a trackball without now (and honestly I had wondered if it was possible to have a scroller given a trackball design.. but Kensington has done it!).

I will admit however, that my original 2-button ExpertMouse is somewhat superior in terms of total control and feel of the ball. I had actually replaced my ball with a billiards 9-ball which adsd more weight, and an even better feeling of control. The newer Expert 7.0 is optical and thus probably better for anti-skipping, but is a bit light in feel. However the scroller makes it worth it.

Overall I have to say this is the ultimate trackball. I also own a Kensington TurboBall and I have to tell you that trackball downright stinks.

The Expert is expensive but definitely worth it. My original Expert has lasted me some 8 years now without a hitch. They are built to last.

Now I just wish I could afford to have 4 of them, for my laptop, desktop, and other work PC. ... Read more


4. Kensington Laptop Desktop USB 2.0 Universal Docking Station for Mac and PC Notebooks (60148)

our price: $60.99
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Asin: B0002LEMZG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 2507
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Features

  • Kensington Edge: Laptop Desktop USB saves time and money by converting laptops to desktops in seconds, without a docking station.
  • Built-in 4-port USB 2.0 hub provides one-time connection for computer accessories - works with USB Mac or PCs under 16".
  • Adjustable screen height, tilt and swivel for optimal viewing and ergonomic comfort - makes a laptop as comfortable as a desktop.
  • Curved back and padded insert ensure constant ventilation and secure fit, while enclosure offers protection from spills.
  • Built-in copyholder positions documents in line with the screen for easier viewing - easier than a docking station.

5. Kensington Contour Roller Notebook Carrying Case (62348)

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Asin: B000227PLS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 8735
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Body-hugging contour panel on carrying case and weight distribution system reduce shoulder fatigue by 35% when carrying.
  • Carrying case made of1680 Denier Ballistic nylon - protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
  • Telescoping curved handle provides lighter pulling weight due to a more upright carrying case position.
  • Padded rear compartment and convenient pocket for on-the-go access to air tickets, etc.
  • SnugFit(TM) sleeve suspends and wraps computer in snug protection

6. Kensington Expert Mouse Wireless Optical Trackball for Windows or Mac - 64329

our price: $105.99
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Asin: B0000YDGSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3973
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Kensington Edge: Award-winning Scroll Ring puts trackball scrolling at your fingertips.
  • Quick RF¿ Wireless connectivity provides wireless speeds as fast as a cabled mouse or trackball
  • DiamondEye¿ Optical tracking for unrivaled precision and accuracy
  • Detachable wrist rest comfortably cradles hand for increased productivity, sleek black and silver design matches latest PC styles
  • Largest ball of any of the mainstream, consumer trackballs; Windows or Mac compatible; USB/PS2

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Unstable
When I first got my Wireless Turbo mouse, I found the transparent blue ball to be a little sticky, so I dropped the putty-colored ball from my old ADB turbomouse into this new one and found it to be smoother . OK. But then my first Wireless Turbo Mouse sucked batteries; I had to change them about once a week. Kensington replaced it, and now I've been using the replacement for about a year and I'm finding that the cursor jumps randomly all over the screen. New batteries helped a little but I can be working and suddenly the cursor will jump to the other side of the screen-or if I'm word-processing, the cursor will just start drifting uncontrollably down the line. It's disastrous in Photoshop. I'm going back to usb. And I'll probably buy a Kensington Turbo Mouse. ... Read more


7. Kensington Auto Charger and Cassette Adapter for iPod, iPod Mini

Asin: B0002UHUM4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 11947
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Features

  • Complete solution to listening to your iPod or iPod Mini in a car
  • Power adapter uses car cigarette lighter plug to charge the iPod or iPod Mini
  • Fully retractable cords reduce tangles, save space
  • Cord doubles as dock connector cable or FireWire cable for computer connection
  • Cassette adapter plugs into iPod headphone jack

8. Kensington PocketMouse Bluetooth (72104)

our price: $62.99
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Asin: B00022TN7C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 2591
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Interference-free operation with up to seven Bluetooth devices.
  • Connects without the hassle and clutter of cables or transmitters
  • DiamondEye(TM) optical technology works on virtually any surface
  • Thirty-foot range to control presentations from across the room
  • Compact size and carry bag for travel ease, compatible with any Bluetooth-enabled computer.

9. Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Bluetooth Mouse for Bluetooth-enabled Mac or PC (72414)
list price: $59.99
our price: $57.99
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Asin: B0007T27D2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5955
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

No Wires, No Receive--Complete Wireless Freedom
The Kensington Mini Pilot Bluetooth® Mouse gives you the ultimate in mobile freedom. It quickly and easily connects to your existing Bluetooth®-enabled laptop without wires or an added receiver. Just turn on the mouse's battery-saving power switch and go. With our advanced optical technology, you navigate accurately and easily virtually anywhere. Even up to sixty-five feet away so you can remotely control your presentations. Add programmable buttons, scroll wheel, ergonomic shape, integrated grips, and unrivaled ease of use and the Mini Pilot Bluetooth® sets a new standard for power and portability.

Features

  • Hassle-free connection easily works with any Bluetooth-enabled notebook computer
  • Eliminates wires and an added receiver for the ultimate in portable freedom
  • Superior range lets you control presentations from up to 65 feet away
  • DiamondEye™ optical technology tracks smoothly and accurately on virtually any surface
  • On-off switch helps you conserve battery power for when you really need it
  • Compact size is easy to carry and comfortable to use
... Read more

Features

  • Compact size mouse is easy to carry, comfortable to use
  • Eliminates wires AND an added receiver for the ultimate in portable mouse freedom
  • Hassle-free connectino easily works with any Bluetooth-enabled notebook computer
  • Superior range lets you control presentations from up to 65 feet away
  • DiamondEye optical technology tracks smoothly and accurately on virtually any surface

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Use and a Solid Little Mouse
This Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Bluetooth is the perfect addition to my laptop.Very easy to set-up and discover if you are using WinXP.I am amazed by how solid the build quality is on this device.This is my first Kensington product and I am very impressed.The mouse runs on two AA batteries and the built-in power saving functions make the batteries last a long time.Using this mouse with your laptop will allow you to eliminate the 'dongle' used by some other mice.Pick up this little mouse and enjoy the benefits of Bluetooth with a solid performer! ... Read more


10. Kensington Simply Portable One Carrying Case (62195)

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006B8NB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 543
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Outer case is made from 1680 denier ballistic nylon
  • Patented DropShield protection
  • Rugged and self-repairing industrial-strength size 8 zippers
  • Contoured shoulder strap for strong and secure comfort.
  • Dimensions: exterior 16.5" L x 14.0" H x 3.5" W; computer compartment 15.75" L X 12.5" H X 2.5" W

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST THING EVER makin fun of comic book guy from the simpson
This is so good. i looked at around 40 or so stores and stores online for a bag that my laptop would fit in i have a 15 inch widescreen and i thought i had to buy the bag that they were offering me for $50 when i bought this laptop. my laptop fits so good in this bag. if you have a laptop bigger then a 15 inch wide screen do not buy this if you have a smaller laptop this has a belt kind of thing that will protect it and you can put your charger in it. only buy this product if you have a 15 inch widescreen or smaller other wise it is to big for the case.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice one!!!
It is an amazing bag for the price. Everything is perfect but one would struggle to fit a book with the laptop. I was looking for a bag where I could even fit a book which is not the case. But I can not actually complain as it is very cheap.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good bag
I have a 15 in Toshiba and it fits snuggly in this case. There are a few problems: there's no room for the cord, so that goes in the front pouch (making it a little bulky)
Also the strap is not the best. The shoulder padding is bad and slips around a lot.
Kensington is cheap and well made, just be careful if you're clumsy.

5-0 out of 5 stars A very, very good case
I have a really big widescreen Toshiba Satellite P25 notebook. I was afraid that it could not fit at any case, except original one which costs 99$. But it fit in this case (I had just to remove the side clips). And after it I can put even books in the front compartment. It's exactly what I needed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great laptop case
I'm very impressed with this laptop case it has a good amount of storage and is built well. Made by Kensington its a good choice for a great price. ... Read more


11. Kensington Pilot Mouse - Bluetooth ( 72225 )

our price: $60.99
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Asin: B0002LEN32
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 2285
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Provides secure, interference-free mouse performance with Bluetooth enabled computers and up to 7 other Bluetooth wireless devices
  • Contoured form and flexible rubber grips combine to create the most comfortable mouse ever built
  • Mouse works out of the box with PC or Mac, in a wireless range of up to 30 ft for maximum freedom
  • DiamondEye (TM) optical technology provides unmatched acceleration control and ultra-high speed tracking

12. Kensington PocketHub USB 2.0 Compact 4-Port Hub (33054)

our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00009APBW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 2695
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • USB 2.0 connectivity for up to 40 times faster transfers than USB 1.1
  • Expands one port into four ports to support up to four USB devices
  • Perfect for travel: compact, slim, lightweight
  • Plug and play: ready to go, anytime and anywhere
  • Power adapter ensures full power to any peripheral

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely thin, reliable, and easy to use
This is an extraordinarily thin and slick USB2 hub. I checked out many others at circuit city, and this was by far the most attractive.

- 3.0"L X 0.5"H X 2.25"W
- adapter: 5V 2.5A 12.5W, even the 2-prong adapter is slim! It fits "sideways" into your power strip easily without taking up two outlets =) I haven't seen an adapter with this ingenious design/orientation before.

The hub can also work without the AC adapter, but I imagine it drains power from my laptop. But it's nice to have the option.

As with any small usb hub, there's a chance that you may have difficulty fitting devices that are slightly larger than average, e.g. USB IR receiver for your mouse or some USB thumb drives. It was a tight squeeze, but I managed to carefully fit my receiver for my Wireless Optical Notebook mouse (Targus PAWM10) without too much trouble. The mouse also came with an extension cable for the receiver which would circumvent the tight fit, but that's just one more thing to plug in than necessary.) It helps that the receiver swivels 90degrees.

I've read reviews of other hubs, indicating that they overheat. I haven't experienced it myself. The Kensington remains quite cool. It is possible that without the AC adapter, it may heat up. But I'll leave that for someone else to investigate.
Connection is truly plug & play. The book even warns you about the alert when conneting backward to USB1.1 device.

I often have my pda, camera, printer, and mouse conneted simultaneously. I can't say that all devices are truly running simultaneously, but for someone who does average-to-heavy computing I haven't had any problems yet. I use my IR port for my pda now, so have freed up the port for my usb drive.

It's a great buy and very elegant--a great price through amazon. It will look great among your other trendy gadgets and fits conveniently in your laptop case, pocket, etc. ... Read more


13. Kensington Protective Case for iPod Mini

our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00069DR50
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 4628
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Features

  • Sleek silicone case hugs the iPod Mini to provide stylish protection
  • Convenient openings provide easy access to controls and ports
  • Clear window protects the LCD screen
  • Stretchy construction ensures a tight fit without adding bulk
  • For all iPod Minis; five year warranty

14. Kensington Contour Pro 17" Notebook Carrying Case (62340)

our price: $56.99
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Asin: B0000DBMHR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 1703
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Body-hugging contour panel on carrying case and weight distribution system reduces shoulder fatigue by 35%
  • Carrying case made of1680 Denier Ballistic nylon - protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
  • Ergonomic handles stay together and evenly distribute weight across carrying case
  • Padded rear compartment, well-laid out front pockets, and exterior compartment for on-the-go access to air tickets, etc.
  • Shock-absorbing, contour shoulder strap resists carrying case slipping off shoulder

15. Kensington Turbo Mouse Pro USB Trackball with 6 Direct Web Buttons USB for Windows or Mac - 64214
list price: $144.95
our price: $102.99
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Asin: B00006B8NS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 2768
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:This mouse trackball delivers when you have a need for speed through multiple turbo features.
  • A user called it The Cadillac of trackballs...The heavy ball with progressive speed control is so good and so easy to use, you'll wonder why the mouse was ever invented.
  • 10 buttons - Six DirectLaunch buttons instantly take you to your favorite Web sites and applications and Four customizable mouse buttons streamline the tasks of your choice.
  • Large ball for precision pointing and easy control combine with steel bearings for smooth cursor movement and durability.
  • Rubberized scroll wheel speeds through long documents and Web pages, Windows or Mac compatible

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Kensington Turbo Mouse Pro USB - ROCKS!!!
I have been using Kensington Trackballs for over 15 years. Kensington steps up to the plate, they stand behind on their products. Customer Service is Outstanding. If the product does have a defect, they will replace it just by an email or phone call.

For first time users, my advise is to read the online manuals and just relax your when you place your hand upon the trackball. This is the best tool, besides your computer you will ever use! You won't need to be running your hand all over the desk lifting it up etc like the old mouse movements you were doing. The trackball stays in place. It practically does the work for you.

Enjoy the additional six buttons, they are great short cut tools as well. Your wrist will thank you for the change.
Have fun!

3-0 out of 5 stars I want to love it, but it's a little quirky.
I use one of the older Kensington trackballs at work and absolutely love the thing. I felt confident in buying this one despite some of the reviews knocking the lighter trackball and its effect on the movement of the cursor. I'm writing this review just a few minutes after installing the new mouse, and I have to agree with the critics. The trackball is lighter, and although the up-down movement is good, the side-to-side is quite spotty. I'm going to work with the Turbo Mouse Pro and see if it loosens up a bit for me and the movement becomes more fluid.
Otherwise, it's pretty nice. The scroll wheel works well, the buttons are a nice feature, and it's even kind of cool looking. I really want to believe in this product, so I hope it improves as I "work it in". I'll get back to you later on this.
UPDATE: I've been using this product for a few weeks now, and the movement is not as smooth as I would have hoped. It moves up and down okay, but gets hung up on the side-to-side motion unless I press down pretty hard or wiggle the ball back and forth. I'll use it for awhile longer, but I don't think this is going to change. If you can deal with this quirk, this is a pretty good product. If not, consider this a "ZERO STARS" item and don't buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Old standard, new improvements
This is Kensington's old Turbomouse, updated for the Web era. I use it on my OS X Mac, and I'm pleased to report it works just as well as the three other Kensington trackballs I've used over the last 12 years. They never break - they just go obsolete when Apple changes their connector.

This one is fully USB for modern computers, and shares the same easy configuration and good software as its predecessors. The heavy ball with progressive speed control is so good and so easy to use, you'll wonder why the mouse was ever invented. And with a proper wristrest, this thing is the carpal tunnel savior - it's so kind on the wrists; you have barely to flick your fingers to do all your mousing. And if you're a gamer, especially Quake or Unreal, you'll love how this improves your aiming accuracy!

What's new? Well, this trackball has 4 easy-clicky buttons, and you can set what each does - all the same (single-click), or different. I have mine set to singleclick (lower left), control-click (lower-right), double-click (top left), and I don't use the top right one, because my fingers don't naturally fall there.

There's also a rubberized scroll wheel, which is cool mostly for reading text. It's positioned right to roll it with your middle finger.

There are 6 'web buttons' across the top - you can set 'em to load various URLs, open apps, or pretty much do whatever you like - but I don't use 'em. Don't need 'em.

The unit is fully ambidextrous and has great ergonomics. It is heavy and sits on non-skid feet, but it does need a flat surface to rest on. There is also a wireless version available - but why?? I don't see the point - it's not like you ever move your trackball anyway. It sits there, so you might as well plug it in and save on the RF transceiver, which I hear is prone to interference from microwave ovens anyway.

Replacement balls are available; I've seen red, blue, silver, grey, and transparent ones full of glitter or plastic fish. The unit is fairly easy to clean, but it was easier when you could take off the backplate screws and get inside. Junk just tends to build up on the ball's contact wheels and they need to be scraped every so often. And you won't want to use this trackball while you're eating pizza with your mouse hand - it'll become slippery and start skipping.

In short, this is the only mousing equipment I'd ever consider using - the Cadillac of trackballs - and I highly recommend you buy it right now! ... Read more


16. Kensington Contour Backpack Notebook Carrying Case (62238)

our price: $50.99
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Asin: B0000AZK27
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3236
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Carrying Case has contour adjustable lumbar support panel reduces fatigue by shifting weight onto the hips.
  • Carrying case made of1680 Denier Ballistic nylon - protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
  • SnugFit compartment suspends and wraps laptop for drop protection
  • Flap-free access to quickly reach computer and contents. Convenient front pocket organizes key items at your fingertips.
  • Carrying case includes expandable bottle holster and headphone port for MP3 player

17. Kensington Saddlebag Sport Backpack for Notebooks up to 15" (62232)

our price: $54.99
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Asin: B0000AHO8N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5978
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars comfortable but zippers need work
I bought this bag because i needed to haul my laptop out of the country with me. I found it to be very comfortable and i loved the million pockets to put every little thing i could think of in. However the zippers don't move smoothly, one is already completely broken and a few more are a struggle to get open and shut. Other than that the bag is well built, nicely cushioned, and well balanced.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this backpack
This is a terrific backpack. I walk a mile or so to and from work, and I recently bought a Dell 600m midsize notebook, so I decided it was time to get a computer backpack.

This is a terrific bag -- it's extremely comfortable and well-balanced, with excellent build quality. The computer compartment is really well padded, and I'm pretty sure I could drop this bag or even toss it across the room and not damage my notebook. My notebook is only a 14", but the compartment appears to be able to hold one much larger.

It has a ton of pockets, and organization freaks will find a place for most anything. It has a decent-sized main compartment with little pockets for notebook accessories, and it has a separate file/paperwork compartment. This makes it really easy to pull out whatever it is you need without sorting through a mess of things that are jumbled together, even if you're as disorganized as I am.

In addition, it has a phone pocket on the strap (for easy access), some side pockets, a top pocket, and a back compartment with a whole bunch of little pockets inside it. Like I said, there's a place for most everything. I'll also be using this as a carry-on bag when I travel, and I've already found some good spots for toiletries and things like that to live.

The only reason I can think of not to buy this bag is if you need a full-sized travel pack or a really tiny mini-pack. For a normal-sized backpack, and for one that can double as a bookbag for college students, you can't do any better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Bag
I like the fact that the bag is well padded and there are adequate pockets on the inside to put your notebook accessories. It has a nice rubberized bottom and the upper-end of the back straps are a continuation of the bag itself, not just some strap sewed on to. It also looks like a normal backpack so it's an inconspicous way to carry around your precious notebook.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pretty snazzy
I recently got a new laptop for use at university and wanted a good way to carry it around. A lot of my friends in our computer science department and other people too, including my girlfriend, had these ugly big laptop bags that had about 20 inches of ultra ballistic padding in them. I decided that was not what I wanted to drag around campus with me, so I started looking at backpacks with built in notebook holders. I checked out Best Buy and was disgusted at the prices, so I checked here. I found this nice one from Kensington and saw that it was via Circuit City, so I went to the store today to check it out. This thing is pretty awesome - I reall ylike the MP3 player pocket with the line out spot, and also it has a nice ammound of padding and is really comfy. I'm ordering it tonight, really looking forward to it showing up!

5-0 out of 5 stars One Cool Laptop Backpack
I was visiting some important customers and noticed that all of the guys had these cool backpacks, unlike the bulky boxy laptop bags we were issued. These backpacks have everything you need, including convenient zip side pockets to hold your MP3 player, a zip-down compartment to store your PDA, keys, and a padded laptop compartment. An added benefit is the cell phone pocket that is integrated with the strap so that if you were walking along and you can easily reach your cell phone. I noticed this when one guy reached down under the table to get his ringing phone. It also looks jazzy, with some reflector trimming on the side pockets. ... Read more


18. Kensington Saddle Bag Pro Computer Carrying Case (62210)
list price: $69.99
our price: $50.99
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Asin: B00006HXBG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 2331
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Amazon.com Product Description

Weighing less than four pounds and stretching to as wide as eight inches to carry everything you need, Kensington's Liberator convertible laptop bag (model 62210) offers everything you need to travel with your computer in comfort and style. This flexible bag is named for the fact that you can carry it in four distinct manners: as a backpack, as a briefcase, over your shoulder, or even as wheeled luggage.

Kensington's innovative Junk-It drawer at the base of the bag grants easy access to accessories like power cords, pens, floppy disks, RJ-11 cables...things that often get in the way when stowed in the primary compartments. The bag's SnugFit computer compartment stretches to provide a secure embrace for your valuable laptop.

Icing on the proverbial cake, the Liberator (also referred to as the SaddleBag Pro) is backed by the Kensington Lifetime Warranty should it ever malfunction in the course of use.

What's in the Box
Laptop bag, user's manual, warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • New Sleek Top-Loading Design with SafePORT Air Cushion Protects Your Laptop
  • Meets most major airlines carry-on guidelines
  • Includes convenient Airline Strap located above rear sleeve pocket to attach to roller cases
  • Compatible with 14 inch and 15 inch Toshiba laptop computers
  • Lifetime Warranty

19. Kensington 4-Button Expert Mouse USB/PS2 Trackball
list price: $127.95
our price: $93.99
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Asin: B00006B8NT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 7821
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • USB and PS2 support for PC users and USB Macs for easiest connectivity
  • Large ball with stainless steel bearings give smooth, precise tracking and maximum durability
  • Symmetrical, comfortable design features a classic color tone that complements most PCs
  • Customizable buttons provide single-click options to repetitive tasks
  • The Kensington® satisfaction guarantee - 5 year warranty, toll-free technical support, 90-day no risk trial

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Mouse for All Hands
I just purchased the Kensington 4-Button Expert Mouse USB/PS2 Trackball. I have to admit that I have used this same mouse at work for several years and have found it very easy to use. I was having some discomfort when using my previous mouse, but the Expert Mouse is very comfortable to use. The programable buttons allow me to set up the buttons to fit my small hands.

The Mouseworks Software is simple to install and use. I plan on trying some features other than basic click and double click.

The Expert Mouse that I had at work was extremely reliable, and I anticipate that this one will be too. Thanks to receiving a cash gift for my retirement, I am able to finally have a mouse at home that I can use for an extended period of computer use without a lot of discomfort.

This was my first order from Amazon.com and I am completely satisfied. The package came more quickly that I had anticipated. It was great to be able to use my new Expert Mouse to access the Internet and to write this review. Thanks you, ... Read more


20. Kensington 64327 Trackball Orbit Optical
list price: $44.95
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006W2QD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 1757
Average Customer Review: 3.82 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A user says - Although it is among the least expensive of Kensington's line and a bargain among other trackballs too, I am more than satisfied with its performance. Pretty cool-looking, too.
  • Comfortable for left or right-handed users
  • Compact design that remains stationary, requiring less desk space
  • USB and PS/2 connectivity for greater compatibility, Windows or Mac compatible

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Smooth, accurate, elegant
I've used Kensington Turbo Mouse trackballs at work for years with a great deal of satisfaction. I especially like the solid feeling and control of the billiardball-sized trackball in my hand. But I recently bought a laptop, and wanted an input device that is more portable than the Turbo Mouse. I tried a co-worker's Kensington Orbit and hated it. The bearings seemed cheap and unresponsive and the trackball felt clunky in my hand. So it was with some trepidation that I decided to try Kensington's Orbit Optical trackball. It is everything that I had hoped and more.

Appearence: It is smooth silvery plastic with an elegant sculpted shape. A matte black, slightly rubberized texured area runs down the middle. Beneath, and easily visible from the sculpted sides, is a translucent plastic that allows the varying-brightness of the red optical light to shine through -- lighting up the desk surface like a Close Encounter mothership coming in for a landing. The trackball itself is a grey-black marblized plastic ball about an inch and half in diameter.

Comfort: It feels great in your hand. Can be used left or right handed. The black texure and shape of the casing orient your hand so you always find the sweet spot immediately. The two generously sized buttons are always where you expect and have a positive click for both feel and sound. Even using the Orbit Optical all day, your hand, wrist and arm are neither tired nor strained.

Accuracy: The trackball feels every bit as accurate as the best full-size mechanical turbo trackballs that I've used. I make my living as a professional computer artist. I have no time or patience for inferior products. The Orbit Optical does the job in spades. The accelerating cursor flies when you want to cover some serious real estate across the screen, and yet will slow down to pixel-by-pixel accuracy when you need to bear down on fine detail. Kensington's simple-to-use Mouseworks software allows you to infinitely tailor the speed and sensitivity of the device to your individual needs and preferences. Mouseworks also lets you program each button for custom clicks, drags -- even launching programs and visiting websites. Works with PCs and Macs (including OS X).

Portability: It's relatively light and small but without feeling delicate or fragile. Tucks into my backpack without a bulge. I considered some cordless models, but ultimately decided that the USB cord takes up little space, weighs next to nothing and is more bulletproof reliable than cordless. I keep most of it permanently wrapped up -- allow about 18 inches to unfurl to sit the trackball next to my PowerBook.

Price: Although it is among the least expensive of Kensington's line and a bargain among other trackballs too, I am more than satisfied with its performance. Pretty cool-looking, too.

Overall: If you're tired of pushing around a mouse, or find carpal tunnel calling, you'll likely be very pleased latching onto one of these babies. Kensington hasn't done a great job marketing these gems and their copywriting doesn't do the Orbit Optical justice.

5-0 out of 5 stars 3'rd Different Kensington Trackball
This is my 3'rd trackball and it is very good - fast, smooth, very silent and easy to point. I like this better than the K64226 because of its quietness. I bought this to use with my laptop and the trackball is much quicker and easier to work with than the pressure pad.

K64226 Orbit (2nd) trackball -My wife & I both like this one.She was a mouse user but finds the the ball much better for the same reasons that other user-reviewers have touted.Particularly, no more sliding, lifting, banging the mouse around on the table or pad.

K64210 Turbo Mouse with 4 buttons - my first trackball - is also very good.The larger ball does provide better pointing, however slowing down the pointer speed will improve pointer accuracy.

Feel /Touch-wise, both Orbit trackballs are about the same - fitting the hand comfortably (mine are not large). The center rubber-like strip does provide a wee-bit more traction for the hand to rest on. Which Orbit to choose? Basically which look do you prefer? These 2 orbit trackballs would be the ones to go with if you are looking for a mouse replacement or for on-the-go laptop use. Both work well, works like a mouse using the pc's given mouse controls and zips me thru my excel, word and graphics applications - cut, paste, edit, crop, enhance, etc.

For the turbo mouse, if you like having 4 buttons to control menu functions (via the free Kensington download software) that is fine too. I have tried earlier versions, but left and right button functions are more than adequate.

I have tried the L-tek t-balls. They are much smaller to carry but the control via the thumb is not very good vs. index & middle finger movement. Other slimmer models with the ball in the center are too narrow. One still has to curl one's fingers to trigger the buttons. With all of the Kensington's, you just rest your hand on top of the trackballs and your fingers will naturally fall onto the trigger buttons. No gripping, just clicking.

Get a Kensington. Dare I say that you will have a "ball":)

Note : I am right-handed but use my left hand to use the track-ball - the ring finger triggers the left click button while the thumb bangs the right click button. Frees up the right hand to input numbers via the 10-touch keypad, scroll or quickly bang on the enter key. Muscle fatigue in one arm and wrist is reduced since the right and left hands share the workload.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad...
I've been a trackball user for over 5 years now. The last one I had was Kensington's one with the big clear blue ball. It lasted a good 4 years before the lil rubber rollers gave out. So I decided to replace it with an optical trackball. I chose this one because it had the same layout and left/right click capabilities as my previous one. I am pretty pleased with it. I am amazed at how little I have to work to move the ball... I never realized how much effort I needed to move the old non-optical one. There are only a few design issues I wish I could fix.

1) My old one you could turn the whole thing upside down and the ball wouldn't fall out. On this model the ball has no locking-in device. I use this with my laptop and have to search for the ball at the bottom of my bag every single time.

2) The lil indent the optical lense is sitting in is a prime place for dust and crap to settle, disrupting the performance. They should cover it up and make it flush with the rest of the interior.

3) I wish the buttons were moved a lil more towards the front. It's the fine for clicking with your thumb... but a lil too far back to click on the otherside with your pinky or ring finger.

4-0 out of 5 stars No more RSI with this trackball
I've been using the Kensington Orbit Optical for several months, and find it very comfortable and responsive. Had to clean the inside only once since I bought it. This trackball has right/left symmetry, making it ambidextrous: I can use it with either right or left hand. I switch occasionally, to avoid repetitive stress injury (carpal tunnel syndrome in this case).

If it had a scroll wheel, the Orbit Optical would get five stars.

2-0 out of 5 stars A letdown for a loyal Kensington customer
I have been using an Expert mouse for 7 years (and a Turbo Mouse on my Mac before that), but finally the left click button has expired. I decided to give this trackball a try since it was an optical.

It is well made, and has a nice heft. However, I am disappointed for several reasons. First is the ergonomics. The ball is significantly smaller than the Expert Mouse's, which is makes precise control more difficult. But more significantly, the relationship between the trackball and the buttons is poorly done. When I positioned my hand for optimal trackball control, I found it difficult to double-click quickly and would have to move my hand again. The buttons need to be more towards the user's wrists.

But the biggest complaint is the stalling, reported in a previous review. I don't think it's dirt--I think it's the pattern on the trackball. There is a cool pattern of silver and black swirls, except at one spot. This spot is black, patternless area about 1/2 inch (1.5 cm) in diameter, and I think the optical sensor has difficulty in picking up movement in that area. Every time it stalls, I look at the ball and note that this area is over the sensor. Microsoft optical trackballs are completely covered with a dense pattern.

Yes, it is only 1/3 the cost of the Expert Mouse. But all these complaints aren't a reflection of its lower price, but rather, design flaws. ... Read more


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