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23. Kensington Expert Mouse Pro Wireless
$62.16 list()
24. Kensington 64354 Wireless Optical
$39.99 $32.95 list()
25. Kensington Bluetooth USB Adapter
$93.99 $91.14 list($99.99)
26. Kensington Expert Mouse Pro (PC/USB
$63.99 $51.60 list()
27. Kensington Twin Microsaver Cable
$65.99 $64.84 list()
28. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line
$29.99 $25.48 list($44.95)
29. Kensington Orbit USB/PS2 Combo
$72.99 $60.15 list()
30. Kensington 33057 Universal Car/Air
31. Kensington WiFi Finder Plus (33086)
$66.99 $60.87 list()
32. Kensington 33051 Universal Car/Air
$34.95 list($99.95)
33. Kensington TurboBall Trackball(PC/USB
$42.99 $37.15 list()
34. Kensington 33132 Pocket Presenter
$39.99 $38.44 list()
35. Kensington LAPTOP DESKTOP ( 60140
$121.99 $99.00 list()
36. Kensington Wireless Turbo Mouse
$20.99 $14.50 list()
37. Kensington PocketMouse Mini Ultra
$24.99 $23.74 list()
38. Kensington Pilot Mouse Optical
$24.69 list()
39. Kensington Flat Panel Monitor
$70.99 $55.95 list()
40. Kensington iPod FM Digital Transmitter/Car


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Asin: B0000A55F5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3376
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22. Kensington MICROSAVER RETRACTABLE - BLK ( 64053 )

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Asin: B0002H0CQI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 5120
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23. Kensington Expert Mouse Pro Wireless Comfort Trackball for Windows or Mac- 64245
by Kensington
list price: $164.95
our price: $101.99
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Asin: B00006B8NW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 6790
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Kensington Edge:10 buttons and wireless, too - to speed through repetitive tasks and get you where you want to go on the Web.
  • A user says - I love this mouse!
  • Bonus translucent wrist rest lifts your wrist to a more comfortable level
  • 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 USB Mac compatible

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Could not keep it working
Within a month of getting this. It stopped working. After dealing with Tech Support, they sent me a second one. It also stopped working after about a month. I tried to convince the woman in India (Kensington customer service) to replace it with a less expensive, wired trackball that worked, and they refused.
It was nice while it worked, but but died far too quickly.

I have used almost every trackball produced. My favorite until buying the Kensington 64245 was Logitech's Marble Trackball, which I still use on a secondary computer.

Both of the above trackballs are the best without any close competition. Kensington 64245 wins over the Marble Trackball because it is wireless, which means the cord is not being pulled out or tied up with other wires.

Logitech has developed a wireless version of the Marble Trackball but elected to make it optical, which defeats the purpose of a trackball.

I use trackballs because I hold the mouse rather than move it around on a desk. Logitech's wireless version ties it to the desk because it is optical and doesn't reacte well, if at all, to finger touch.

I have one question about the Kensington Expert Mouse Pro. What is the difference between the 64245 and 64329 models?

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent trackball
Like many reviewers, I had tried many different mice and found a tendency to hand and finger fatigue with prolonged use, as well the nuisance of falling off the mousepad periodically.

After having a Kensington trackball for use at workstations in our hospital, I became gradually used to the feel of this trackball which initially was irritating regarding pointing accurately. Once having become used to it, I have found it just as fast and accurate as a mouse, and relatively effortless especially when using it for hours at a time. The stationary aspect is a welcome relief, and you develop the eye-finger coordination very quickly. The software is excellent and allows virtually any type of programming of all the buttons plus two additional "double button" selections(pressing two buttons at a time). While you can program a button to scroll or autoscroll, this is generally unnecessary since there is an additional scroll ring which can be programmed in either direction, at several rates. The unit is equally easily used right or left handed. Another plus for me is that I can place it directly on my Wacom tablet, while optical cordless mice I have found to suffer from interference, I presume RF, from the tablet, so that an intervening mouse pad is required. Not so for the Kensington trackball. I have found no conflict with the Wacom and Kensington drivers.

I initially experienced periodic spontaneous reversion of the button programming to default positions, but this bug seems to have been corrected with the latest iteration of the driver.

This trackball does eat batteries(2 C cells) which must be replaced about every month with standard usage. In talking with tech support, they say that it is because of the high resolution, and that it indeed does power down when not used, but I wonder if the batteries wouldn't last longer if there were an off switch, or that electronically it would switch to a real hibernate mode when not used for a programmable period of time. It's not a big deal, but plan to add about $25/year for operating costs!

Not inexpensive, for sure, but, IMHO, well worth the investment in terms of ease of use and its features. For those who have not used a trackball, please be prepared to spend a little time getting used to its format, feeling clumsy a bit at first, and not rushing to judgment. Buying from a place with a 30 day exchange period would seem reasonable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Happy user of Kensington Trackballs including wireless
I have been using kensington trackballs for nearly as long as they have made them. Their ball bearing movement is superior in physical movements, especially easy tiny movements, to any other trackball or mouse I have ever used. The problems with the irractic motion on the screen often occurs when users try to install the trackballs, They don't remove the existing mouse software and this fights with the kensington software to produce irractic movements.

The "turbo mouse" or "expert mouse" kensington trackballs will work well with microsoft intellipoint 4.0 and greater software, and I use this when I need to leave a seperate additional mouse installed simultaneously, along with the trackball. (Even though MS says this will not work, I have had no troble getting the higher priced kensington models to work with the intellipoint software from MS, along with a usb mouse from anywhere.)

Kensington products have more features with their own software, but the kensington software and the ms software often can not be both installed at the same time. To install kensington software, remove all other mouse drivers and software and then install the kensington software, and pointer motion is flawless, along with all of the rich collection of special features in the turbo mouse (trackball).

If you must have both a mouse and the kensington trackball installed at the same time on a machine, use the microsoft intellipoint software (free from support on MS), and remove all other mouse software, the xp drivers usually work well if they have not been modified by some other software installation. If you want maximum features use the kensington software, but you must remove all other mouse software first, the kensington software is irrattic in pointer motion and click features when other mouse software is installed with kensington software. (On XP often usb pointers (mouse or trackballs) will work with kensington software installed, but no additional software installed.)

I markedly prefer trackballs of kensington expert mouse quality to any mouse because of the ease of use, the lack of movement on the desk, and I feel, superior pointer control. The trackball with a 1.25" heal of the hand support (I use a cut piece of the hand support for a portable machine)in front of the trackball, allows hours of effortless, and comfortable finger control of the motion. I can work for hours without tiring of my mouse hand and arem, something I have never achieved with any mouse or other trackball. I rest the weight of my arm on the hand rest and with the right cushion under the heal of the hand supporting the arm weight, this is effortlessly comfortable for many hours. This works longer than any othe mouse or trackball physical setup I have tried, and I have tried many different physical setups.

I also use max acceleration with medium pointer speed. If deacceleration is available, as with kensington software, but not Microsoft, I use it also for fine movements. This combination gives effortless control with small finger motions, for fine motion or great jumps on the screen. Any screen motion is easily achieved with small delicate, and effortless finger motion on the trackball with the medium speed, and higher accel and high deaccel setting.

Summary, The higer priced Kensington trackballs, (not the cheap ones, they have poor motion), work extremely well, and with the appropriate software for the users preferences, and the software installed properly because of the kensingtons software's intolerance for other software, usually results in long term comfort and high ease of use. (The cheap kensington trackballs are junk, don't bother.) Microsoft intellipoint works well with the higer priced Kensington trackballs, but Kensington software does not work well with other products.

That is my experience over about 15 to 20 years, and about 30 trackballs, almost all labeled expert mouse or turbo mouse. (Why kensington labels a trackball "expert mouse" and "turbo mouse" baffels me, but they do.) These are the models and configurations that work well for me. The wireless ones worked well also, and I prefer them to keep the desk congestion down. I prefer usb connections, only because it is more tolerate of plugging in with the power on, compared to the original mouse connection, where it is sometimes possible to damge the mouse circuits on the motherboard if the connection is made with the power on. Why take that risk, just use the USB ports, and one less problem.

Good luck.

4-0 out of 5 stars Now I want one at home!
I've never used a trackball before but I do design and my hand was starting to hurt. A lot. I read a lot of reviews about the original Kensington track balls full of high praise and although the other people who rated this wireless version weren't raving, I figured I'd give it a try. It was awkward to control/use the trackball at first, but after a few days, it was just as easy as a traditional mouse, except it didn't hurt b/c I wasn't holding it in a death grip.

I love the programable buttons (I set some to launch high-use programs, and one of the four around the mouse I use as my delete button - how rad is that? you can program them to do anything, like operate at a cut or paste command). Yes, it does get "stuck" once in a while, but if you roll the ball around real quick that usually fixes it. Otherwise pop the ball out then in again and it's fine. And I was wary about the placement of the scroller based on the other reviewer's complaint, but turns out it's not inconvienient at all. Maybe I just have long fingers.

To sum up, I love this mouse and I wish I had one at home. If you use your mouse for long periods of time, like for design, I recommend this trying this one. ... Read more

24. Kensington 64354 Wireless Optical Desktop- Mac

our price: $62.16
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Asin: B0000AFX1Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 4040
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Caveat emptor on this wireless device
Buyers please note:

You will not be able to use both the keyboard AND mouse at the same time with this wireless system. For example, should you need to hold down the SHIFT key and drag (selecting multiple objects, constrained selection, etc.), you will not be able to do so. The following comes from a Kensington Support Rep:

Dear Kensington Customer,

The mouse and the keyboard communicate with a single receiver. When perfoming such functions both the devices send signals to the receiver. The receiver cannot identify the signals and send it back to both devices at a time. To avoid conflicts it is advisable to use one wireless device at a time rather than both at the same time.


Kensington Technical Support.


I found this to be a significant enough design flaw that I asked Amazon to take the product back as a return. Again, you will not be able to use the COMMAND, SHIFT, or other modifier keys in combination with mouse movements.

If this is not a concern for you, then disregard.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect match for your Apple systems
At first glance you know you made the right choice in purchasing this keyboard/mouse combination.

It fits very well into the astethics of all Apple systems. The plug-n-play is great, and downloading the most up to date software is a breeze on the Kensington website. All hotkeys work flawlessly with Mac programs, opening/controlling iTunes and Safari/Mail, and you even have the option to program 3 keys to your liking.

The transmitter is also a battery charger and they give you 2 extra batteries so that you can switch them out with the mouse or keyboard when necessary, very nice option!

The only downside, use caution when removing the orange warning sticker off the keyboard, it leaves a residue behind.

I would recommend this product to anyone running an Apple system. Fits in well with my 12" PowerBook and 19" LCD monitor combination, and it allows the PB to sleep while running off the external montior, very cool to say the least.

As a side note, Kensington support is top notch as well. I have owned several of their products and if any of them have any problems they will replace it and allow you to keep the original, instead of requiring you to have "down-time" sending it back to them.

Also don't bother checking around, it ain't getting any cheaper then it is here! Great value, great product, great support, great looks.....what more do you need out of a purchase?! ... Read more

25. Kensington Bluetooth USB Adapter ( 33085 )

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Asin: B0001Q5SZ0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 4110
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  • Connects up to seven Bluetooth devices without cables.
  • Simple to use adapter adds secure, encrypted Bluetooth wireless capabilities
  • Connects to the Internet using a Bluetooth cell phone and shares files with Bluetooth-enabled computers
  • Links PDAs and cell phones to sync addresses and calendars via Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth adapter compatible with Windows or Mac with a USB port

26. Kensington Expert Mouse Pro (PC/USB Mac)
list price: $99.99
our price: $93.99
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Asin: B000052WM4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5981
Average Customer Review: 4.08 out of 5 stars
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The Kensington Expert Mouse Pro for PCs and USB-equipped Macs providesan abundance of single-click options for repetitive mouse tasks. Powerfulfeatures--including six DirectLaunch buttons, four programmable mouse buttons,and an integrated scroll wheel--make it a very versatile trackball. The sixDirectLaunch buttons give fingertip access to favorite Internet sites orapplications. Simply press and hold a DirectLaunch button to associate it withan Internet site. Once a button is programmed, one touch takes the user directlyto the desired Internet site or application. Four programmable mouse buttons,combined with the enclosed MouseWorks software, can handle repetitive tasks witha single click. An integrated scroll wheel lets you move quickly through longdocuments or Web pages.

Stainless steel bearings provide smooth, precise tracking and maximumdurability. Large mouse buttons and a symmetrical design make the Expert MousePro easy to use with either hand, regardless of hand size. The large ball givesmore precision with less effort.

Kensington is compatible with both PC and Macintosh computers. It requires a USBor PS/2 port for PCs and USB port for Macintoshes. The Kensington Expert MousePro comes with MouseWorks 5.5 mouse software.

Kensington provides a five-year parts and labor warranty on this mouse. ... Read more


  • DirectLaunch technology with 6 buttons
  • 4 programmable buttons
  • Stainless steel bearings for smooth, precise tracking and maximum durability
  • Integrated scroll wheel
  • Symmetrical design for either hand

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Carpal Tunnel be gone!
After 20 years as a heavy computer user my right arm, elbow and wrist just started to go. I immediately started paying attention to ergonomics. My three best purchases were a good chair; the MS split keyboard and the Kensington Expert Mouse Pro.

Although I see some complaints here about quality, mine has functioned flawlessly for over a year now (knock on wood). The ball pops out easily for cleaning with a soft cloth and a squirt of compressed air cleans the contacts. Two minutes to clean the thing.

I switched to trackball to start mouse-ing with my left hand. The transition was easy. The Kensington was easy to install, configure and use. The mouse has four easy-to-program action buttons and a scrolling button. I set mine to left-click; right-click, double-click and show running applications. Since your hand rests on top of the ball it's easier to click the buttons and a lot less stressful on your wrists. Pressing once for double click is a godsend. "Show running applications" allow me to hide the task bar and gain another 5% of screen real-estate.

There are also 6 buttons on top of the mouse that will activate any task you want. I'm using mine to pull up a couple of favorite web pages and applications. Since my MS-Natural keyboard has a dozen buttons I'm finding I mouse a lot less and my wrist and arm have healed. I've also learned to use the "windows" short cut keys, especially CTRL-a,x,c,v (select all, cut, copy, paste),

The Kensington menu also has click speed, scroll speed, rest reminder, pointers, and acceleration and movement options. I find the rest reminder very helpful. A custom message pops up at your pre-set time to remind you to get up and move around! I've got the movement set to snap to the default button on the page which is usually very handy. I'm not sure why some users are complaining about the scroll button. I agree with some users here that the scroll button takes some getting use to since the scroll button makes this a 5 button mouse! But, you can set one of the action buttons to auto scroll as an alternative. I set the scroll speed to "very slow" and that helped a lot (1.8 Athlon here).

The mouse does take up 8K in background processing, but in this day of 128K RAM that should not be a problem.

Overall, I am very happy with my purchase and my wrists are estactic!

3-0 out of 5 stars Best alternative to mice, but still lacking
My old CTO swore by the original Expert Mouse(all white) and replaced them every couple of years as they tended to not last very long. When the new Expert Mouse Pro appeared with scroll bar and quick launch buttons, I requested one through my IT department. Here were my observations:

(1) The best alternative to regular mice, period. The biggest and smoothest trackball there is. Very easy to use and great on the wrists.

(2) Good looks.

(1) VERY pricey. For what it is, I have to imagine that Kensington is making a killing on these. The price is too much to bear for me to purchase it personally. Given that I spend more hours computing at work than at home, it's appropriate that I need it at work, but not at home.

(2) The scroll wheel is not placed in a convenient spot, thus I found myself not even using it.

(3) Quick launch buttons. Again, not very convenient to have to raise your entire hand off of the trackball to push the buttons.

(4) Not "solid" as the original. The original seemed better made and was heftier, thus would not move as often as the Pro version.

I am ALL for ergonomics, especially for those who make a living at computing. I own a ...Kinesis ergo keyboard which I find invaluable for everyday use. It's not great for games, but at least it helps me to break my gaming habit :) With the right combo of seating, monitor placement, keyboard, and mousing, you should be able to effectively avoid RSI. The Kensington product is great for that purpose, but the cost will be prohibitive for some, in some instances. The Expert Mouse with some modifications and lower price, should be the office worker's pointing device of choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE IT!!!!!!!
love mine... i have one for work that sees VERY HEAVY USE. i got it after a couple of our ITS guys recommended it since i do a lot of programming & desgin in addition to accounting... this product works equally well with both Mac & PC without any difference between the two. The buttons & scroll do not work on either system for me, but that is because i have a KVM to switch back & forth between my two systems & those do not play well when you mix Mac & PC programming... if i hook this up to one or the other system, it works awesome on both, however. My hand used to get stiff or go to sleep on me with an old mouse, but not with this.

4-0 out of 5 stars kensington expert mouse pro
This is probably the best mouse i've ever used.It needs frequent cleaning but it's not a big deal.Maybe I.m messy?Price is a little high but it's worth it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good product, but poor quality
I like this trackball; it saves a lot of arm and wrist action compared to a mouse, and uses less desk real estate.

However, the quality is just abysmal. My first one failed after a few months, and Kensington replaced it under warranty (shipping me a new one immediately, not waiting until I returned mine). My current one is getting ready to be returned, as the main button is starting to stick. The product looks and feels cheap, which is appalling given its price. ... Read more

27. Kensington Twin Microsaver Cable Lock for Notebooks/Laptops for most PC Brands and Mac - 64025

our price: $63.99
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Asin: B00006HXT9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 15161
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  • Kensington Edge:Innovative computer lock design that secures two devices at once with twin locks and long, 7 ft security cable
  • Steel cable with Kevlar brand fiber for powerful protection that´s 40% stronger
  • Rubber bumper protects equipment surface from scratches or dents from computer lock
  • Wide range of compatibility--laptops, monitors, and any device with a Kensington security slot - the industry standard in computer security
  • Adds a second locking head to daisy chain equipment together to industry leading MicroSaver® lock

28. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line 70 Watt AC Mac Notebook and iPod Power Adapter - 33193

our price: $65.99
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Asin: B0006PS2YK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 4871
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Product Description

Make Apple Notebooks Feel at Home in Any Office

With the Kensington iPod/Notebook AC Power Adapter, any office becomes a home office for an Apple iBook, PowerBook, or iPod. The super-sleek supply is up to 40% smaller and lighter than other chargers so it virtually disappears on the desk or in the briefcase. Yet, with its included tips and socket adapter, the iPod/Notebook AC Power Adapter is as easy to use as the original Apple power supply.

... Read more


  • Up to 40% smaller and lighter than other power chargers for easy portability.
  • 70 Watts easily powers and charges Apple iPods, PowerBooks, iBooks
  • As easy to use as the original Apple power supply
  • Includes tips for use with Apple notebooks and iPods with docking connector
  • Incredibly lightweight power supply - less than 10 oz.

29. Kensington Orbit USB/PS2 Combo Mouse/Trackball for Windows or USB Mac - 64226
list price: $44.95
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00000K4LF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3277
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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The trackball for today and tomorrow is yours with Orbit. Plug it into your PC PS/2 port and you've got Orbit control and comfort for today's computers. Plug it into the USB port on your PC or Macintosh, and you've got Orbit control and comfort for computers using the technology of the future. Get the comfort of a mouse and the benefits of a trackball in one award-winning package from Kensington.

Supporting the natural angle of your hand to help reduce fatigue from extended trackball use, Orbit looks and feels like a mouse and is as easy to use as one. But it's a trackball, so you have less hand and arm movement, more comfort and control. ... Read more


  • Mouse/Trackball combo brings together the comfort of a mouse, and benefits of a trackball.
  • Hand-hugging design for natural finger motion, comfortable for right or left-handed users.
  • Natural wrist support eases fatigue
  • Precise trackball cursor control and stationary like trackball, so uses less desk space. Medium-sized ball and two mouse buttons. Mouse/trackball combo has PS/2 and USB connectivity (for PCs and USB Macs)
  • Free downloadable software

Reviews (22)

2-0 out of 5 stars Uncomfortable design
My Microsoft Intellimouse Trackball quit on me after long usage so I bought this one today at Circuit City. It wasn't an easy choice given all the confusing models on the shelves! I prefer the trackball design over the older "moving" mouse which was a real chore for me to use. Initially, the ball moved the curser quite quickly and freely around the screen. However, after about 10 minutes, I noticed myself frequently hitting the left button when I clearly didn't intend to.
Also, my wrist became tense and would cramp up from using it. I think it was due to the wide frontal design. I put my old Intellimouse in its place and found I didn't have the pain nor discomfort. Unfortunately, I can't recommend this mouse based on my own experience with it. I think I'll get another Intellimouse which I would recommend.

4-0 out of 5 stars It works great for the price
It is not the best mouse but you get used to it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Orbit is a good choice
I've been using the Model 64221 Orbit for over five years on a daily basis until the button failed. Clicking it once results in a double click about half the time. Cleaning it was never a big deal for me (takes less than a minute, once per month). Now I'm deciding between the old orbit and the new optical orbit. I think I'll stick with the old design based on my experience with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Trackballs are great - this one, however, is NOT
Bleck, bleck, bleck! Don't let this trackball sour you from the concept. Trackballs themselves are MUCH better and MUCH easier on your hands, wrists, and arms then regular mice, but this one is a real stinker.

First off, it's FAR too heavy. The ball is mechanical, NOT optical, so it makes for slow, plodding, difficult motions. It's a chore to push your cursor across the screen and it really causes a lot of fatigue in your hands and fingers.

Secondly, it's just not as comfortable as other, similar designed trackballs like the MUCH easier and OPTICAL Marble Mouse by Logitech. This one is just too wide in the base for me and the buttons were too far stretched apart. There wasn't any natural "drapping" of the hand on this design.

Thirdly, it's WAY overpriced. For ten dollars less you can get an optical trackball which will give you a lot more percision with a lot less effort.

For those who like this style, I highly recommend you opt for the Logitech Marble Mouse. At about $20, it's a much better value. I used one for about five years and noticed a GREAT reduction in wrist pain.

For those wanting more options (such as scroll wheels and such), I would suggest the very well designed Logitech Cordless Optical Trackman. It's what I upgraded to after using the Marble Mouse for so many years. It does require a slight change in position of hand, but it stays away from those horridly uncomfortable thumb-wheel designs you see; you still use your fingers to roll the main ball around.

Do yourself a favor and get a trackball. Just make sure it's an optical one instead of a mechanical one. You'll really be thankful you did and you'll notice improvement and relief from wrist/hand/arm pain.

4-0 out of 5 stars easy to use
This trackball was a gift and I enjoyed it very much, exept that you have to clean it often and the (rollers?) don't last very long. Within a year I had to replace the mouse. ... Read more

30. Kensington 33057 Universal Car/Air Power Adapter for Apple

our price: $72.99
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Asin: B000098UZE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 2989
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  • Works in both cars and airplanes
  • Cigarette plug, in-flight connector
  • Compatible with Mac PowerBooks or iBooks
  • Over 90% efficiency
  • Supports up to 72 watts continuously

31. Kensington WiFi Finder Plus (33086)

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Asin: B0002XHFPS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5811
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  • Kensington Edge:WiFi Finder eliminates wasted time and effort booting up laptop or PDA to find hot spots.
  • Convenient one-button wifi detector searches and indicates signal strength if 802.11b or 802.11 b/g network is within range, with separate indicator for active Bluetooth enabled device or network
  • Finds wifi while filtering out other 2.4 Ghz signals from cordless phones, cell phones and microwave ovens
  • Compact wifi finder unit with built-in flashlight fits in hand and attaches easily to laptop carrying case or to keychain
  •   5 LEDs display hotspot wifi network signal strength to correspond with most laptop signal strength meters

32. Kensington 33051 Universal Car/Air Power Adapter

our price: $66.99
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Asin: B00008L3HL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3266
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  • Power and charge your notebook in a car or on a plane
  • Includes 7 notebook tips to fit all major manufacturers
  • Compact, lightweight design eliminates the need for extra batteries
  • Internal circuit protection prevents overheating
  • 20% lighter than most comparable adapters

33. Kensington TurboBall Trackball(PC/USB Mac)
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B00004YMY4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 12522
Average Customer Review: 2.82 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (11)

2-0 out of 5 stars Scroll wheel position stinks
I had a Kensington TurboRing and LOVED it. The TurboBall is their current warranty replacement as the TurboRing is no longer available.

Using a trackball with the fingers is, for me, much more comfortable than using one operated with the thumb. I get a pain similar to old Atari joystick thumb cramps when using thumb-movement trackballs. The finger movement on the TurboBall is quite smooth and very precise.

The scroll wheel on the TurboBall is in a USELESS location. There's no way to use the wheel without moving the entire hand off the unit or contorting one's thumb into an extremely uncomfortable angle. This makes the wheel all but UNUSABLE for any frequent use.

That and the roller mechanism used here is essentially the same thing as the TurboRing. Which means frequent cleaning and possible loss of the little red bearings. The bearing races do appear more sturdy than those used on the TurboRing (which is what broke on mine). But the rollers are still the same and probably just as likely to gum up. Mine tended to gum up once a week with daily (8+ hours) of use.

It's really a shame, the best feature of the TurboRing, and what sold me on it, was the ScrollRing. Kensington has seriously missed the mark with design of the TurboBall. It'd have been OK if the scroll wheel wasn't in such a horrible location.

Oh, but only if they'd put a ScrollRing around the ball of their Expert series trackball! I'd buy it in a heartbeat. It too suffers from a poorly placed scroll wheel.

Kensington warranty support is excellent but getting this as a replacement for my TurboRing just doesn't cut it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just flat out awesome
Yeah, it needs to be cleaned every so often. Not a big deal, since it requires less cleaning than my optical Logitech Trackman (yes, I said less than an optical). I've had this one about a year, the 2 button (Orbit) version for about 5 years (and still use it with the original rollers), and the Logitech for about a year. The Logitech was a horrid mistake.

Very comfortable fit, but not quite as nice as the 2 button version, but still fine, and better than the more ergonomic looking Logitech. The scroll wheel is useless unless I am reading long documents, in which case, I let go of the whole thing except for a finger on the wheel. But it doesn't really matter, because the drivers allow you to set the buttons so you can hit a button (or 2 at the same time) and use the main wheel to scroll.

On to the drivers. They are what make this trackball awesome. You can set the buttons to function with a default set with a whole bunch of options (including bizzare keystrokes), and then set them for specific programs. I use many programs on a daily basis, and this allows me to keep basic functions like zoom in/out in the same place, no matter what program I am in or what the keystroke is. It also allows "chording" where you hit 2 buttons at once, and they act as an extra button, for those less than common functions.

If they made this with an optical ball, it would be perfect.

4-0 out of 5 stars For me, the benefits outweigh the problems
I generally prefer trackballs over a mouse, and for me this one has the best combination of features and ease of use. Most of the other trackballs I've tried have felt awkward or put stress on different digits. Some reviewers have complained about the position of the hand when using this device, but for me that is a strong point. You are supposed to rest the edge of your hand on the desktop, and let your hand curl naturally around the high centered design.

I do agree with the other reviewers about the need for frequent cleaning. Several suggestions - try using a Q-Tip swab dipped in rubbing alcohol for cleaning the rubber rollers and the various inside parts. Also, an old toothbrush works wonders to loosen and scrub away deposits on various parts, inlcuding the small red beads that help hold the ball in place (which I have never needed to remove to clean). The ball does need to be cleaned frequently, or the buildup of skin oils on it will begin to gum up the rollers. Ironically, the problem with the rollers is that they get too smooth when they are dirty, and are unable to obtain traction against the ball, which is why they the pointer doesn't move on the screen.

The rubber rollers do eventually deteriorate, as others have noted. That is my only real complaint about this product, as when the rollers have degraded enough they can no longer make good contact with the ball, and it becomes very difficult to move the pointer. It is possible to replace them, but it can be a tricky and frustrating job, and it is almost simpler just to buy a new one.

I have owned several of these trackballs, and even with heavy useage I expect to get 1-2 years of good use out of them. After that, the rollers are worn, and it is either replace the rollers or buy a new one. I like the trackball enough that I have done both of these, rather than switch back to a mouse or a different trackball.

4-0 out of 5 stars The question is - do you like trackballs?
My husband hates this trackball and is hooking up a mouse in addition to it for his own use. I swear by it and won't use the mouse if I can put hand to a trackball. This has a very comfortable hand feel, the buttons are with one exception well placed, and overall I'd say it's excellent. I took away a star because the scroll button is in a wierd spot (but with a trackball, who needs a scroll button?) and because the optical sensor gets dirty rather quickly (fortunately, the sensor is very simple to reach and cleans much more easily than a mouse). This was a fantastic value - I highly recommend it.

2-0 out of 5 stars A possibility for lefties...but pass if not a leftie
I'm not left handed but I alternate which hand I use regularly to keep from wearing one out. So a trackball that was shaped to fit either hand was required. This trackball serves that purpose, but as an earlier review stated, this is a mechanical trackball that relies on the ball turning two small rollers inside the device. The previous reviewer mentioned this is a problem when ones fingers are slippery, but I've found the more significant failure is the two rollers inside the device which contact the ball. The rollers (one for vertical and one for horizontal, which taken together allow the ball to track all angles) are very small. So small that every time you pick dust off them, you probably scrape away another few molecules of rubber, until eventually you have two tattered rollers inside the device. This wouldn't have been a problem if they'd been larger (or, they could have lasted much longer had they been larger). If you get this trackball, be prepared for frequent cleaning and eventual wear-out (mine has lasted a year...I'm going to try an optical trackball next, but am still finding it very difficult to find trackballs designed for ambidextrous use. Logitech sometimes has ambidextrous optical trackballs, but variety is slim. This Kensington TurboBall may be an acceptable choice for you. I particularly like the bulk of it, suitable for larger hands. The center scroll wheel works on some programs, but not all, depending on your system.

In summary, if you are a dry skinned, ambidextrous, exceptionally clean person with large hands, this is a suitable choice. If on the other hand if you are a slippery, dust-prone right-handed person, you have better options elsewhere. ... Read more

34. Kensington 33132 Pocket Presenter Wireless 50FT Wrls Range No Laser

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Manufacturer: Kensington
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35. Kensington LAPTOP DESKTOP ( 60140 )

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36. Kensington Wireless Turbo Mouse Pro for Mac

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Asin: B00006B8NV
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Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 4189
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

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.

4-0 out of 5 stars TrackBall Comes Of Age
The Turbo Mouse Pro Wireless is similar to the older Turbo Mouse, but has some new features to bring it up-to-date.
The wireless version works, for me, as well as a wired version, but with more flexibility. You need to keep the main trackball unit within a reasonable distance of the wireless receiver (within six feet, according to the manufacturer.) If you merely want to eliminate the wire, this is great. If you want to sit across the room, the Turbo Mouse Pro Wireless may not be the answer.
Setup is fairly straight-forward. Connect the wireless receiver to a free USB port on your Mac. Make sure the channel-select switch is set to the same position on both the receiver and the Turbo Mouse. (There is a two-position channel selector, in case of radio interference.)
The trackball uses AA batteries. If you are going to leave your Turbo Mouse unused for more than a few days, you should probably remove the batteries. Also, check periodically to see the batteries are sufficiently charged.
Kensington has also been working on the MouseWorks software. You will probably need to download an update from the Kensington web site. The version I received with mine was still beta. I have since downloaded a few different updates and it works fine with Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther).
There are a total of ten buttons and a scroll-wheel. The four buttons surrounding the ball itself are for mouse click and dragging options and can be customized to suit your needs.
There are also six programmable buttons lining the top portion of the Turbo Mouse Pro. These buttons can be programmed to launch any application or jump to a favorite web page.
If you have never used a track ball before, this can take some getting used to. However, once you become accustomed to the feel and operation, you won't want to go back to a traditional mouse.
Pros: Flexible, easy to use, programmable. Scroll wheel is a nice bonus. Wireless. Smooth and precise tracking.
Cons: Large and awkward at first. OS X version of MouseWorks software still lacks some of the features of the original Mac OS 8 & 9 versions. No low-battery indicator. ... Read more

37. Kensington PocketMouse Mini Ultra Compact for PCs or Mac - 72212

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Sales Rank: 3809
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Kensington Edge:Ultra-compact mouse designed for easy packing, storage, and use on the road.
  • DiamondEye(TM) optical technology tracks precisely on virtually any surface
  • Two buttons and a scroll wheel are much more convenient and comfortable than a touchpad or pointer.
  • Retractable cord eliminates tangled wires
  • USB connection works with PCs and Macs

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3-0 out of 5 stars Nice mouse, if you're a traveller.
I bought this mouse in Canada, right before I flew out of the country. My laptop's touchoad and it's buttons are a little off the mark, and I wanted to be able to use my laptop in the plane back to The Netherlands.

At first glance, the mouse is ideal; It's optical, boosts a scrollwheel, and has a retractable cable. Also, it's extremely small, which makes it very easy to store in one's laptop carrying case.

However, the small size is also the mouse's disadvantage. I took the mouse to work today, and by now my hand is starting to hurt. I'm afraid that if I'd use this one day-in, day-out, I'll soon be left with RSI.

To sum things up: If you have a need for a non-cordless (i.e. in planes), small USB mouse that you will not use for very long periods of time, this is your mouse. For daily use though, I'd recommend getting a bigger version. ... Read more

38. Kensington Pilot Mouse Optical Pro for Windows or Mac for Right-handed users - 72128

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Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Optimum comfort in unique shape designed for right-handed mouse users.
  • Programmable buttons and MouseWorks. software (not required for basic use) reduce repetitive tasks to a single click
  • DiamondEye(TM) optical mouse technology for high-speed tracking and precise control
  • One-touch convenience and fine control with four mouse buttons and scroll wheel, flexible rubber fin grips Mouse is guaranteed to work right out of the box with PC and Mac

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5-0 out of 5 stars David's done whacked Goliath again!
For almost 25 years now the relatively tiny Kensington company, headquartered amongst the Big Boys in Silicon Valley, has been making the best trackballs --- input devices where the base of the device stays put and you move a ball with your finger/thumb to move the cursor around --- in the business.
But compared to behemoths like the big Swiss outfit Logitech and the galaxy-gobbling entity known as Microsoft, Kensington's had a hard time letting folks know its mice, wired and wireless, are as good as any being made these days.
Well, folks, let this 25-year veteran power-user of computer peripherals make it real plain and simple: Kensington's current crop of mice are as good --- AND as reasonably priced --- as any you're likely to find.
I bought this Pilotmouse Optical Pro to replace my much-loved Logitech MX500 (which had cost me nearly double in 2002 what the Kensington did in March of this year), primarily because its shape was so simliar to the MX500's that I knew it would be a comfy fit for my XXL mitts.
Well, friends, not only is the Kensington as comfy as the MX500, it equaled or surpassed the (admittedly superb) Logitech product in speed, accuracy, flexibility AND looks. This mouse can keep up with the MX500 in every game scenario you can think of --- Counterstrike, Call of Duty, Age of Empires, the Sims, I mean EVERY game scenario. And what's more, after epic all-night MMORPG sessions, my hand and wrist felt fresh as daisies.
I've read the other reviews here, and frankly I don't know what caused the negative experiences with this fine mouse that they encountered. All I have to say about that is this: For under $30 you will NEVER find a better-performing mouse than this one. Period.
Buy one, right now!

1-0 out of 5 stars What a letdown =(
I bought this mouse just a week ago, but I couldn't stand it, I took it back and got another mouse. I will never be buying a Kensington mouse again.

To start things off, the scroll button is extremely awkwardly placed, and when you try and use it it's difficult to rotate. After an hour of use my middle finger started to ache from using it. On both sides are ridged rubber pads, which at first I found nice, but they quickly caused my fingers to sweat and became slippery.

The mouse came with a program to configure the 4th and 5th button. The program offered some neat functionality, such as the option to have a pop up menu where you could run programs from with just a touch, but with these features came other problems. The program featured a mouse acceleration program that couldn't be turned off. By default this was configured to make your mouse move more pixels per inch (or whichever measurement you prefer) based on how quickly you move your mouse. I typically move quickly to an area at first, this caused me to overshoot wherever I wanted to click most of the time, but to make things worse as I tried to get back to that spot, moving slowly, the cursor would go incredibly slow at such a different rate as experienced before that I just couldn't get used to it.

And if that's not enough, when I plugged in my replacement mouse, and attempted to uninstall the program instead of removing the mouse driver it removed my keyboard driver... using only my mouse I had to copy and paste the characters necessary to spell out from a notepad file, download the mouse program, despite no longer having a kensington mouse, before I was able to use my keyboard again.

Having never used any of Kensington's other mouses before, I can't be sure they all are this horrible, but it's just not a chance I'm willing to take anymore.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nowhere near as good as my Logitech optical/wireless mouse
I keep my logitech mouse at work, however the model I bought is about 3 years old now. I've been using it faithfully since I bought it. But when I went to buy a new mouse for home, I found that the Logitech was no longer being made. The new mouse is longer, lower, and lighter. So while I'm very happy with the Logitech, I got the kensington because it most resembled the mouse I have.

The kensington is okay. It sets up easily enough, and the software that comes with it is marginally useful.

The real gripe I have with this mouse is that the control of the wheel is not very good. Scrolling with it is jerky at best. With the logitech, it is very smooth. So I actually find myself using the scroll bars and not using the scroll wheel at all. For being a scroll mouse, that's pretty sad.

However, I bought the mouse for home for one reason: To play Unreal Tournament 2004. My "home" computer is a laptop, and playing FPS games is absolutely impossible on a trackpad. So, for the game, the mouse is more than adequate. Its tracking is smoothe, the movement on my mousepad is fine, and it is even fairly comfortable. It has enough buttons, and is well supported by the game.

I just would not recommend it for anything other than casual use or gaming. The wheel is a real hindrance, and the quality just feels poor in comparison to my Logitech. ... Read more

39. Kensington Flat Panel Monitor Stand - Black

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Asin: B00008ELL5
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Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 7639
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  • Complements the sleek, comtemporary design of flat panel displays
  • Strong enough to support flat panel up to 35 lbs and 21 inches
  • Height and twin side shelves adjust to customize workspace
  • Organize desktop and eliminate wasted space with keyboard storage and shelves
  • Non-slip rubber feet and durability keep stand strong and sturdy

40. Kensington iPod FM Digital Transmitter/Car Charger (33185)

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Asin: B0007XXHNW
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Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 36948
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

All-in-one Digital FM Transmitter/Auto Charger plays and charges iPods using the car's FM radio and DC power source. It features convenient push button operation with digital display and patented Aerielle wireless technology for superior audio fidelity. ... Read more


  • Kensington Edge:All-in-one digital FM transmitter and car charger plays iPod through car's FM radio
  • Simultaneously charges iPod using the car´s DC power source (cigarette outlet).
  • Transmits iPod tunes through any available FM radio frequency.
  • Simple up/down button speeds frequency selection and three programmable buttons lock in station presets.
  • Patented Aerielle wireless technology enhances noise reduction and stereo separation.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Works PERFECT.That's all you need to know. Buy it! C'mon!
I love my ipod and had been intrigued by the FM transmitter/ chargers on the market, but the reviews were ALWAYS bad. So, I convinced myself that a seperate charger and cludgy cassette adapter was my only way to use it in my car (especially in my LARGE metro area).

Well, I gambled on this since I wanted a charger of my own rather than to keep stealing my wifes, and the gamble paid off!

Plugged it in at a stoplight, scrolled through my radio til I found a setting with nothing, scrolled through the device to match that frequency, plugged in the ipod and it was just like I was listening to the CD version of a song I'd been listening to before I got stopped at the light.

This IS THE REAL DEAL. (My wife is going to be SO jealous)

1-0 out of 5 stars Muffled low-end, breaking up high-end
I tried several unused channels and several plugs in the car and this was the best I could get out of it.Unusable in my opinion. ... Read more

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