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$37.99 $34.56 list($49.95)
81. Kensington Slim Type Keyboard
$18.99 $8.99 list()
82. Kensington POCKETHUB MINI ( 33058
$33.99 $23.00 list($39.99)
83. Kensington 72116 Pocket Mouse
$34.99 $29.03 list($39.99)
84. Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Wireless
$72.02 list($129.95)
85. Kensington Monitor Crane For Monitors
$15.99 $8.27 list()
86. Kensington Guardian Premium 7
$26.99 $14.95 list($52.95)
87. Kensington Mouse In A Box - Wireless
$231.44
88. Kensington(R) Expandable Articulating
$20.99 $14.93 list()
89. Kensington Flylight Notebook USB
$39.99 list()
90. Kensington Saddlebag Ultra Notebook
$125.99 $26.85 list()
91. Kensington Microsaver Retractable
$19.99 $15.68 list($29.99)
92. Kensington 72121 Optical Mouse
$52.99 $49.88 list($89.95)
93. Kensington 64321 Wireless Studio
$30.99 $26.90 list()
94. Kensington SPINSTATION MONITOR
$9.52 list($12.95)
95. Kensington Wrist Pillow Keyboard
$24.99 $20.70 list()
96. Kensington Associate Laptop Case
$39.99 $29.95 list($79.95)
97. Kensington Desktop Supershelf
$6.99
98. Insight Adjustable Book &
$30.96 list($49.99)
99. Kensington K644220 Orbit ADB Trackball
$23.99 $19.43 list($69.95)
100. Kensington One Button Mouse-in-a-Box

81. Kensington Slim Type Keyboard for Mac ( 64366 )
list price: $49.95
our price: $37.99
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Asin: B0002K6XOA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 30803
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

A stylish Apple® computer deserves an equally stylish keyboard. The Kensington SlimType Keyboard for Apple Computers takes its inspiration from Apple?s distinctive sleek lines and contemporary design. That low-profile form is then packed with performance and convenience functions. Low-travel, scissor-switch technology delivers a crisp, responsive touch for faster typing. And multimedia hot keys provide intuitive, one-button control of audio and video playback.

Features and Benefits
  • Sleek contemporary profile complements clean Apple® styling
  • Scissor-switch technology delivers crisp, responsive touch typing
  • Laptop-style keys for faster typing with a lighter action
  • Intuitive hot keys for one-touch multimedia control
  • Convenient hot keys launch sleep and calculator modes
  • Easy USB connection
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Features

  • Sleek, slim keyboard complements Apple½ styling
  • Scissor-switch technology for crisp, responsive touch typing
  • Laptop-style keys with lighter action for faster typing
  • Hot keys for multi-media control, sleep and calculator modes

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars My Fingers Just Love this Baby
I have an iBook and after having gone through a keyboard at over a hundred bucks, I decided to buy an additional USB keyboard to use when I'm working at my desk. It saves wear and tear on the iBook, plus it puts the screen a little further away and that's good as it seems my eyes want reading glasses when the screan is in my face.

My gal pal Sara has an iMac with an Apple keyboard and the keys on the back rows are higher then the ones on the front. This would not be good for me, so I went looking and came up with this gem from Kensington. The keys are flat, feel about like the iBook keys and they are responsive as all get out. And there are these nifty controls at the top of the keyboard to control iTunes. Such a deal. I like the numeric keypad as well. I type sixty to seventy wpm without looking and my fingers have no problems with this baby and I even like the sound the keys make when you tap them down, makes me feel like I'm a cub reporter. Just call me Jimmy.

Jack Priest, Sailor Home from the Sea

4-0 out of 5 stars great action, but where's the USB?
I ordered this because I wanted a full media keyboard with the short key travel time of a laptop. The Kensington slim type certainly has that. No clunky keys, great action and sensitivity for fast easy typing. It's shorter than the average keyboard, keys a little more congested than Apple's extended keyboard, but has all of the functions and works well... except for the following:

The down sides:
1. It has no USB port for a mouse!!!!!I had to waste one of my computer ports and the mouse cord isn't quite long enough to reach comfortably. Will now have to invest in a wireless mouse. Can't believe that I made fun of Kensington's Pocket Mouse for laptops with its 6' long cord. Now I know that its real use should be for desktops using the Slim Type keyboard...
2. Requires CD or online software installation to operate. Had my keyboard been dead, I wouldn't have been able to use it at all.

I couldn't decide whether or not to give this 3 or 4 stars, but opted for 4 because of the great key action and smooth typing.

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82. Kensington POCKETHUB MINI ( 33058 )

our price: $18.99
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Asin: B00009RA6W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5494
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT!! Smallest AND most convenient
This is an awesome product. I can already see its possibilities. For curiousity's sake, I use this with my Dell Inspiron 1100 (a mediocre laptop nowadays)

Pros:
-Small & compact (this is actually the smallest USB hub ive seen) so it's great for ppl on the go
-Relatively inexpensive compared to other hubs

Cons:
-Takes a while to detect after startup

Overall, I am pleased with its performance. I have heard of other hubs overheating but I don't seem to have that problem with this one =) ... Read more


83. Kensington 72116 Pocket Mouse Pro
list price: $39.99
our price: $33.99
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Asin: B000065UWN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 11437
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Kensington PocketMouse Pro is the first optical mobile mouse with a retractable cord, allowing for easy stowing in your laptop bag, portfolio, or pocket. Simply pull the cord from its storage place inside the compact mouse and plug it into a Mac or PC via an open USB port.

Optical technology lets you work on virtually any surface. It's the perfect solution for mobile professionals who are dissatisfied with the built-in input devices on their laptops and want a versatile mouse that travels light. Other benefits include: no moving parts to clean; buttons allow handling repetitive task with a click; comfortable fit for right or left hand; and the unit comes with Kensington MouseWorks software. The mouse is backed by the Kensington satisfaction guarantee, toll-free technical support, a no-risk 90-day trial, and the Kensington one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Optical technology offers precise tracking; no cleaning required
  • USB connectivity on an adjustable length cord is perfect for travelers
  • Small size fits neatly into laptop or portfolio case
  • Works with PC and Macintosh computers

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars MouseWorks software rocks!
This is my 3rd Kensington mouse. Not that any have died, but they are all still in use. This one I carry around in my bag, and I have a MouseWorks four-button scroller on my desk at home. I also have a 2 button scroller optical at work. So, why is this software so great? In any given day, I use at least two of these products, without restarting and without resetting anything. The OS X native driver was nice, but the four-button mouse made for strange choices and nowhere to alter button functions. A quick download, and now I have custom settings on each of three mice! And, contrary to what others have written, the software is easy to configure, and ready for primetime. They don't waste time putting it on CD's, because the online version is always being upgraded, so why use an old version?

The single issue I have with the mouse is that the cord is thin. But it wouldn't be as small or retract so well if it were as bulky as the other cords. I've used PowerBooks since the first batch was introduced ten years or so back, and have rarely carried mice around because the cords always tangled, and they were just too irritating to use. With this scroll wheel and the MouseWorks software, I'm sold! I'll never leave it out of my case again.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works fine in XP - great for laptops
The key to get it to work in Windows XP is to plug it in. Do not download drivers. XP will recognize the Kensington mouse properly and it will simply work. I have used it exclusively with my laptop that runs Windows XP Home Edition without trouble.

The one downside is that it doesn't work very well on my fake wood laminate desk. The semi-shiny surface confuses this mouse. I either put a peice of paper under it. More often, though, I am using it with my laptop and mouse on my pants leg. It's funny how accurate a mouse can be on denim.

This mouse is great for me since I have to pack up my laptop every day at the end of work. Wrapping up the cord is very easy. I chose it instead of a wireless USB mouse since batteries could run out of juice and they make the mouse heavier. The build quality is good and the buttons and wheel are accurate.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sleek, compact, and likeable little mouse!
I bought this mouse about a year ago and LOVE it. The idea of the retractable cord is genius. I can slip this mouse into my laptop case very easily and just use it on the go. I can even slip it in my pocket with no worries that it might break. The scroll wheel in between the buttons also functions great. Scrolling up and down is really easy with this and it's not too sensitive to make it annoying.

There is a button on the left side of the mouse to open the door where you retract the cord into. You then pull the cord out one click and it slides in most easily. The last thing I like about this mouse is how well the optical sensor is to everything. You can even use this mouse on flawless white paper and you get perfect traction. This is a good investment and will last you a long time. Even when the Synopsis Touchpad on my laptop was down, just plug it in and it works great.

NOTE: I recommend this to anyone, but mostly to laptop owners. The reason being is that the cord is only approx. 3' in length, so it might be hard to reach the back of the desktop, but you can always plug it into "plug and play" or buy an extension.

One drawback, if you pull on the cord of this mouse, the computer (or maybe it's just mine!) thinks you unplugged it and plugged it back in, so it takes a few seconds to initialize again. All in all, great, and for sure recommended!

2-0 out of 5 stars Good idea, poor execution.
I purchased two of these when they first came out. The retractable cord was great, but I have found two problems with these mice. On one of the mice the retractor mechanism broke. Now, my other one is fine, and I will probably chalk it up to my fater being a bit too rough on it. The other problem is much more annoying, and is present on BOTH of my mice. The problem is with the scroll wheel. The wheel has a tendency to "stick" between knotches causing the screen to jump up and down erratically. It is very difficult to use the wheel without this problem popping up. I have never had this problem with "quality" scroll mice, only cheap ones. I think Kensington cut corners on it's design. On the other hand, their WIRELESS Pocketmouse resolved both of my issues and is a FANTASTIC mouse.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good idea, poorly executed.
I purchased two of these when they first came out. The retractable cord was great, but I have found two problems with these mice. On one of the mice the retractor mechanism broke. Now, my other one is fine, and I will probably chalk it up to my fater being a bit too rough on it. The other problem is much more annoying, and is present on BOTH of my mice. The problem is with the scroll wheel. The wheel has a tendency to "stick" between knotches causing the screen to jump up and down erratically. It is very difficult to use the wheel without this problem popping up. I have never had this problem with "quality" scroll mice, only cheap ones. I think Kensington cut corners on it's design. On the other hand, their WIRELESS Pocketmouse resolved both of my issues and is a FANTASTIC mouse. ... Read more


84. Kensington Pilotmouse Mini Wireless Mouse for USB Mac or PC (72314)
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B0007T27DC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 22975
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Product Description

The Ultimate Package of Portability and Capability
The Kensington Mini Pilot 27MHz Optical Wireless Mouse is your perfect travel companion. This wireless and optical wonder unleashes you from cables and mouse pads, freeing you to work and roam anywhere you want. Just plug in the Mini Pilot and go. When you're done, the USB micro receiver clips to the bottom of the mouse so it's always at hand. The mouse automatically shuts off whenever the receiver is stowed, saving your batteries for when you really need them. Add programmable buttons, a scroll wheel, and integrated rubber grips, and the Mini Pilot is as easy to use as it is to carry.

Features

  • USB micro receiver clips to the base of the mouse so it's there when you need it
  • When stowed, the receiver automatically shuts off the power, conserving battery
  • Wireless connection eliminates the hassles and tangles of cords
  • Compact size is easy to carry and comfortable to use
  • DiamondEye™ optical technology tracks smoothly on virtually any surface
  • On-off switch helps you conserve battery power for when you really need it
  • Two programmable buttons and scroll wheel streamline tasks with single-click convenience
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Features

  • On-off switch, 2 programmable buttons, scroll wheel
  • Smart design -- the USB micro receiver clips to the base of the mouse so it's there when you need it.
  • When stowed, the receiver automatically shut off the power, conserving battery life
  • Compact size mouse is easy to carry, comfortable to use
  • DiamondEye optical mouse technology tracks smoothly on virtually any surface

85. Kensington Monitor Crane For Monitors Up To 50LBs
list price: $129.95
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Asin: B00004Z6XN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 38524
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86. Kensington Guardian Premium 7 Surge Protector (62662)

our price: $15.99
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Asin: B0000AFX26
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5183
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87. Kensington Mouse In A Box - Wireless Optical (72125)
list price: $52.95
our price: $26.99
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Asin: B00008NV1C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 21382
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optical Technology - Work on nearly any surface with accuracy and ease
  • Comfortable Shape - Designed for right-handed users
  • MouseWorks® Software - Award-winning software allows you to program all 5 buttons
  • 5 year warranty and toll-free tech support

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent value for an optical, wireless mouse.
I am very pleased with my purchase of this mouse. Though it was priced lower than many other mice with equivalent features, (wireless, optical tracking, four buttons and a scroll wheel), I believe it gives a lot for your money. Bear in mind, this mouse is designed for right hand use, not for left hands. The only other caveat or crtiticism I can come up with is that the two side buttons are located such that it is difficult to click them simultaneously with your thumb. But all the rest is good news: accurate, optical tracking; good wireless performance; a nice, medium weight that feels good; a size and contour appropriate for most adults' right hands; and Kensington's fantastic MouseWorks software that is intuitive, well-designed, effective, and exceptionally versatile and user-programmable.

1-0 out of 5 stars ARGHHH!!! REALLY A BAD MOUSE!
My old wheel mouse is much much better and precise than this kensington optical mouse. Contact customer support to solve it, tried the right drivers, but the mouse still without precise.
Please dont buy it. Choice a Logitech or Microsoft one, because the diammond tech is not good at all. Kessington, try to do more research in optical technology and release a good product. ... Read more


88. Kensington(R) Expandable Articulating Keyboard Platform

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Asin: B0000AQOAH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Microware Ltd.
Sales Rank: 52078
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89. Kensington Flylight Notebook USB 2.0 Light (33120)

our price: $20.99
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Asin: B00022VBAE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 9393
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90. Kensington Saddlebag Ultra Notebook Computer Carrying Case and Backpack - 62362

our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0007MYC2I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 38470
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Product Description

SADDLEBAG ULTRA BLK NB BP ... Read more

Features

  • Carrying case converts easily to backpack for multiple, comfortable carrying options.
  • Zippered reach-through opening provides easy access to case interior without unbuckling flap
  • Comfortable backpack straps stow away when not in use
  • Padded interior protets computer from bumps and jolts when traveling
  • Main carrying case compartment opens wide for easy, at-a-glance viewing of folders

91. Kensington Microsaver Retractable Portable Notebook Lock & Cable/Security Device for Mac or PC - 64149

our price: $125.99
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Asin: B0000UXXRW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 15273
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Amazon.com Product Description

Help secure your laptop with this retractable notebook cable lock from Kensington. The sturdy, retractable cable utilizes its case to create a loop around any convenient and secure fixture. Specifically designed for the mobile professional, the MicroSaver Retractable combines premium notebook security with an easy-to-use design. A patented T-bar lock helps to safely secure your notebook, while the slim yet strong cable fits neatly into a compact, easy-to-carry case.

The 4-foot cable provides freedom of placement and fits any notebook with a security slot or slot adapter. The secure connector won't interfere with other ports on your laptop and weighs only 7.2 ounces. Kensington also provides a one-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Lock, case (part of lock), key, documentation ... Read more

Features

  • Kensington Edge:Retractable, portable 4' security cable lock combines notebook security with an easy-to-use design.
  • Strong, slim 4-foot cable stows in easy-to-carry case
  • Patented T-bar lock provides most secure connection to Kensington Security slot (found in 99% of laptops)
  • Easy to use computer lock with no screws, messy glue, or brackets to install
  • Only retractable security cable designed for the mobile user

92. Kensington 72121 Optical Mouse Elite USB/PS2
list price: $29.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000063EJW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 10690
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A user says - VERY good mouse for the money!
  • DiamondEye¿ Optical Technology delivers the most advanced cursor control tehcnology on the market - unmatched acceleration control - great precision and accuracy.
  • Five programmable buttons for repetitive tasks coupled with award-winning MouseWorks® software let you save time and clicks for ultimate productivity.
  • Comfortable, symmetrical design for use with either hand - and cool glow effects to make mousing fun - USB/PS2 connectivity works with all PCs and USB Macs.

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars ah....no more cleaning mouseballs!
I originally just wanted an optical mouse for work so that I didn't have to deal with cleaning my mouse's ball all the time...it was becoming quite tedious what with our sharing of workstations and everyone thinking their workstation is a picnic table...so i set out to find a cheap replacement for the problematic ballsy mouse I had.

My search ended with the Kensington Optical Elite...I expected an el Cheapo mouse that was at the very least an inexpensive optical mouse. And I wouldn't have to clean my mouse's ball anymore. What I got was actually much much more.

Kensington's MouseWorks software is awesome...and it came bundled with the not quite as ballsy mouse...and the second pair of buttons on the sides? Well...let me tell you, once you get accustomed to having them there, they really speed up productivity. I usually have them set for copy and paste, but they are application specific and I have them tuned for just about everything I do now.

The mouse itself felt kind of chincy at first, but after using it for a couple days, it really is very comfortable to use, and I have now replaced my home mouse with this one as well. VERY good mouse for the money. OfficeDepot has a great price on these thru Amazon, you can't go wrong.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good value, average performance
Background

I bought this mouse for $19.99 to replace a Logitech MX500 that got lost while I was moving to another state. In the past I've used both Logitech and Microsoft mice and this is the first Kensington input device that I have ever purchased.

What I liked:

- Very good price: rebates aside, you can't find another 5-button optical mouse at this same price
- Light and comfortable to use: The black rubber-like material is especially nice.
- Good tracking: I've had no problems with skipping or jittering
- Very good drivers: the included software allows you to easily customize the button functionality

Some problems:

- Button placement: Like the other reviewers, I found it difficult ot reach the far side button which is placed such that it is against the middle of my pinkie.
- Scroll wheel: The scroll wheel is fairly resistant and it "clicks" more than I like.

Conclusions:

The Optical Elite is a good mouse if you are looking for an upgrade of an existing non-optical or non-5-button mouse. It's a great value and you won't be disappointed. However, the saying "you get what you pay for" applies here and it is simply not as good as comparable 5-button mice from Logitech or Microsoft. In particular, I think Logitech's MX series feels more comfortable to the hand and I have heard that they are far better for gamers due to their superior tracking (I've noticed no difference in everyday usage). Keep in mind, however, that comparable Logitech or Microsoft mice cost $10-30 more and are with the exception of the MX310 for right-handed people only. Therefore, take these considerations into account when purchasing.

3-0 out of 5 stars Kensington Mice overview and specifics
Both Logitech and Kensington mice used. Comparable quality. Incomparable software support.

This particular model earns a 3 only because of specific button placement issues. Overall a fair mouse, but not the best to buy whether shopping Kensington or any brand. I recommend their wireless optical mice, and their trackballs (****). For mouse with tails, check out a few Logitech (*****), again be just as picky, or many Targus mice (**** & 1/2), especially for USB (friggin' awesome)

Kensington overview:

*** Pluses: Great Hardware as a rule, with extremely few exceptions. Usually very esthetic and ergonomic. Good quality Devices. This particular mouse is not as great as others. I picked up their Wireless Optical Mouse (model #K72219) and it is awesome.

** Minuses: Problems with software (driver) support, mostly attributed to Microsoft and not Kensington. Windows XP Pro SP1 on my HP was missing essential drivers that are extremely common. Still working out that situation :( (remember, though...software support has to be attributed to all parties involved, not just the hardware manufacturer...this is an OS maker's failure. XP seems to be missing dozens of often used, even essential drivers. Small frustrations easily overcome with a little help from a friend.

Customer support (***stars): Respectful and mostly sincere, prompt, but limited. Answers are directed toward the clueless and towards small errors (though this does resolve 80%+ of issues and should always be the first step to troubleshooting, it is comparable to asking me to do a hardware reset of my cable modem 5 times in a row...after 3 f**k it and try actually solving the problem;)

Software support (***): Software not included with my product, though easily downloaded from the site. Software is very direct with many useful options and good design. Detection of hardware was an issue at first.

Hardware (****.5stars): Awesome designs, quality hardware peripherals. Probably some of the best on the market, save a few Targus mice and probably 3 or 4 Logitech mice.

Overall features (****): Symmetric [ambidexterity], very ergonomic (other models), wheels (usually) smooth, good quality optics and decent plug-and-play detection.

My recommendation, don't buy this particular model. Shop around for other Kensington and Targus mice, never ruling out Logitech for their good support and good quality. Buy optical usb, if wireless be prepared, but do not expect, minor "wrinkles" in installation. PS/2 mice usually work fine, too. Wireless tends to work fine, don't be scared, just have a backup (old PS/2). Window shop in store or at conventions to actually feel the mice. Read reviews. Make sure software support is available. Good luck and I hope your hands are happy :)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent mouse, but bad button placement
Just got the mouse and set it up yesterday. Everything works as expected. The wheel has a good amount of tactile feedback (neither too little, giving a loose scroll wheel, nor too much, making it hard to turn).

My biggest complaint is the position of the side buttons. Both are raised up, so you have to keep your thumb raised to use that button, and the far-side button is hard to reach from a standard hand position. The buttons are symmetric, so left-handers won't have more problems than right-handers, but the far-side button will be awkward for either hand.

The software that comes with the mouse (which you don't need to use; the mouse works as a standard mouse without it) seems to work fairly well, allowing fairly complete customization of what the functions do (you can even set up different settings for different applications, which is nice for gaming). Nothing too flashy, but it doesn't need to be.

All in all, this is a very solid optical mouse for the budget-concious, but it is, unfortunately, effectively limitted to four buttons.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Kensington's best...
I went looking for another Kensington mouse since I needed another multi-button mouse for my work computer, and since I currently own a "Thinking Mouse" (an old pre-scrollwheel 4 button Mac ADB Kensington mouse) and a "MouseWorks" (pre-optical 4 + scroll wheel USB mouse), I had high hopes that I would like the Optical Elite as much as I like my other Kensington mice. I would still buy this mouse for the Kensington software if nothing else, but I find the thumb button and the other side button very annoying and much harder to use even after several months of use than their previous mice which had all four button on the top of the mouse. Overall its a pretty good mouse and the precision is great, but buttons 3 and 4 are hard to use. ... Read more


93. Kensington 64321 Wireless Studio Mouse USB
list price: $89.95
our price: $52.99
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Asin: B00006W2QC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3693
Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Rechargeable Batteries - Finally go wireless without worrying about expensive replacement batteries
  • DiamondEye™ Optical Technology - Allows you to work on nearly any surface with accuracy and ease
  • Unique Scroll Sensor - Improved scrolling allows you to speed up or down the page by pressing and holding the sensor
  • MouseWorks® Software - Award-winning software for programming buttons and simplifying everyday tasks

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding!
I don't really understand all the bad reviews here on this mouse. It puzzles me because I have had 0 problems with mine. It's asthetically pleasing & functionally brilliant. I have both the wired and wireless versions of this mouse and love them both. The only reason I give this 4 stars is because it is not great as a portable due to the power adapter for the base. For desktop use, or for laptops in their main area of use (i.e. office or home, but not for travel) it is perfect.

I love the satisfying click it gives and the amazingly comprehensive programming (via mac system preferences pane). You can make this mouse do anything, design configurations for specific programs (I particularly find the button under the scroll pad to be useful for double click function and left+right buttons for "find"). You can set different speeds for slow or fast movement (!) and scrolling speed.

The scroll pad is NOT a touch pad, as mentioned by other reviewers, but it does not require you to press hard (come on folks, I am a scrawny 130lbs and it doesn't require "effort"). It scrolls as you drag your finger down and if you press either end it continuously scrolls. Very cool.

I also have had no problem (as others have mentioned) with installing software, getting it to work perfectly, optical tracking, clicking, etc. Again, I am completely puzzled because I love this mouse!

2-0 out of 5 stars Great customer srvice, poor product
I bought one a few years back and had to have it replaced after 6 months.

The replacement I received needed to be replaced 8 months later.

Today the replacement is needing a replacement.

The only fun thing is calling Tech Support and hearing someone named "Steven" speaking English with a Indian accent. They are however very professional and quick to fix the problem.

The problems were mainly bad battery time, loss of tracking ability, inability to work off a USB hub, and a handful of other hardware issues.

Knowing what I know I'd give it a pass!

3-0 out of 5 stars Works Good, but doesn't feel good
This product looks good and works well, but what is hidden in the image is the block backend of the mouse. Because it of this the mouse is too small for large hands and is uncomfortable for small ones.

The scroll pad is ok, but if you like the feel of a wheel, this mouse isn't for your. One nice feature with the scroll pad is the ability to leave your finger in the up or down area, and just let your page scroll.

Over all, the price is to high for only a three button mouse.

1-0 out of 5 stars Review of Kensington StudioMouse Wireless Optical
This mouse feels cheap. unfortunately, CompUSA did not have a unit out for display. Probably done on purpose, because people would probably pass on this mouse if they were to have the chance to play with it. The right and left buttons seem loose to the point that they rattle somewhat. The tracking fails more quickly than my iMac LCD factory mouse. With the iMac mouse, the mouse does not need to be flat on the surface for the tracking to still work - with the Kensington, if the mouse is even slightly off the surface on one edge, there's a good chance the tracking will stop. The power does not stay charged as long as it should. I have a wireless mouse at work that can go months on standard AA batteries. Finally and most irritating, the tracking for the touch "scroll wheel" is not sensitive enough, which means that you really need to bear into the touch panel to scroll, especially if scrolling up.

2-0 out of 5 stars Ergonomic? Whats that?
I got this mouse for free from a hardware vendor I buy tons of stuff from. The price they want for it here is insane considering what you get. So I'm glad I got it for free.

This is possibly the ugliest mouse you can buy in the price range. As for ergonomics, take a look at it. This mouse has the design of a flipflop missing straps and two buttons added. The upside is that the design is completely flat so it might be the best choice in cordless mice for a left hander. If you prefer using your right, get one that is made to fit your hand. The right click button is awkward and the scrolling pad in leu of wheel is plain goofy.

The charging base has two really bright LED's on it that I put tape over because the constant flicker of green light in the corner of my eye was just annoying. Plus the frequency they use to transmit the signal gets picked up by the speakers I have on my work computer. So every time I move the thing I can hear a mosquito like sound comming out of my speakers. Maybe the boss didnt buy me the greatest speakers in the world with adequate shielding but I'm just calling it as I see it.

If you're looking for a cordless mouse, I highly recommend the Logitech MX 700. My 2nd pick would be the new Microsoft "blue" with tilting scroll wheel. The DPI, which is the accuracy of mouse tracking in the Logitec is the highest of any cordless (even most corded) mouse made today. ... Read more


94. Kensington SPINSTATION MONITOR STAND ( 60047 )

our price: $30.99
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Asin: B00009L1XL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 10831
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95. Kensington Wrist Pillow Keyboard Pad Black
list price: $12.95
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Asin: B00004Z5N5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
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96. Kensington Associate Laptop Case

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Asin: B00008MOPH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5433
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97. Kensington Desktop Supershelf Ii Keyboard and Mouse Drawer with Monitor Stand
list price: $79.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004Z6VL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 8494
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98. Insight Adjustable Book & Copy Holder

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Asin: B00006B8MU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 7170
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Firm grip copy clip holds up to 50 multi-size pages
  • Supports both portrait and landscape formats
  • Sturdy enough for a large book
  • Adjustable height and angle
  • 1-year warranty

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4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for papers, not for books
This holder keeps papers upright and in position, but it doesn't handle books particularly well, as the clip cannot grip surfaces as thick as most books and the base isn't as wide as most books when they're opened. I have this AND a book stand so I keep myself covered on both ends. ... Read more


99. Kensington K644220 Orbit ADB Trackball (Mac)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000K4KZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 23559
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easy fingertip control offers natural, precise movement and orientation
  • Symmetrical shape for left- and right-handed users and all hand sizes
  • Natural wrist support eases fatigue
  • Customizable buttons give single-click solutions to repetitive tasks
  • Free downloadable software

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5-0 out of 5 stars Well-made, great software, just try before you buy!
Kensington's products are, in my experience, well worth the money---they are EXTREMELY well-made and tech support is top-notch. I find the Orbit very comfortable and the included software allows a lot of control and customization (I've used this trackball on both Windows and Mac OS). As far as physical quality of the product, only Logitech's input devices come close.

As with any input device, it's best to try this one on for size before you buy. I find it very comfortable and a good way to minimize joint-related problems in my right wrist and hand, but the only way to figure out whether it's comfortable for you is to try it out in person, preferably in a store where you can compare it side-by-side with other ones.

3-0 out of 5 stars Cool looking; nothing special
If you've ever used a trackball before, this is nothing different. The only thing about it that struck me as unique was the blue ball, and the erginomic design. All in all, it's not worth it's price. ... Read more


100. Kensington One Button Mouse-in-a-Box for USB PC/Mac - 64475
list price: $69.95
our price: $23.99
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Asin: B000052WM6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 11502
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Plug and play mouse that works with both old and new Macs (USB and ADB connectivity)Symmetrical mouse design ensures comfort for both right- and left-handed users
  • One-click mouse button
  • Symmetrically enhanced for left and right handed use
  • No software required to operate mouse. Unmatched reliability with five-year warranty and toll-free technical support
  • Connects with both USB and ADB ports

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2-0 out of 5 stars Warning this mouse contains lead
This was replacement from the company because I old one didn't work well at all.

On the back of the packaging there's a sticker added to the back of the instruction manual which says something about lead in the mouse cord and that California recognizes this as a health hazard and to wash your hands after touching the mouse cord etc...

it's a great mouse but their previous MIB didn't have this problem. I would give it a five but because of this lead issue I won't.

Lastly, it doesn't fit a regular Macintosh Keyboard because the adapter is too long. It can only be used on a Mac pro keyboard. crazy

anyone know where i can get an old MIB? ... Read more


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