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Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)

Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)

Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
Kensington SlimBlade Trackball Mouse (K72327U)
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Features

  • Low-profile shape and silver metallic finish deliver ergonomic comfort and beautiful aesthetics
  • Requires less arm and wrist movement (for better comfort) and takes up less desk space than a traditional mouse
  • Laser tracking delivers precision cursor control
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Free downloadable KensingtonWorks software provides button customization
  • Compatible with Windows (including Windows 8) and macOS
  • 2 year (Only valid if purchased through Kensington Authorized Resellers)

Description

Want to improve your productivity, increase cursor control and save desktop space? Look no further than a trackball from Kensington-the world leader in trackball innovation. All Kensington Trackballs can be fully customized with Kensington TrackballWorks software to customize the functions of each of the buttons found on Kensington trackballs. The result is a more productive and truly personalized computing experience. Set your preferred functions or keyboard shortcuts for each trackball button or combination of buttons, adjust the pointer speed and acceleration and do so much more. Best of all, by allowing you to personalize your trackball experience, TrackballWorks makes your trackball work the way you do.


Product Dimensions 6 x 5 x 3.5 inches


Item Weight 11.2 ounces


Manufacturer Kensington


Language: English


ASIN B001MTE32Y


Item model number K72327EU


Batteries 1 AAA batteries required.


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 1,040 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #10 in Computer Trackballs #300 in Computer Mice


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 1, 2006


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Features

  • Low-profile shape and silver metallic finish deliver ergonomic comfort and beautiful aesthetics
  • Requires less arm and wrist movement (for better comfort) and takes up less desk space than a traditional mouse
  • Laser tracking delivers precision cursor control
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Free downloadable KensingtonWorks software provides button customization
  • Compatible with Windows (including Windows 8) and macOS
  • 2 year (Only valid if purchased through Kensington Authorized Resellers)

Description

Want to improve your productivity, increase cursor control and save desktop space? Look no further than a trackball from Kensington-the world leader in trackball innovation. All Kensington Trackballs can be fully customized with Kensington TrackballWorks software to customize the functions of each of the buttons found on Kensington trackballs. The result is a more productive and truly personalized computing experience. Set your preferred functions or keyboard shortcuts for each trackball button or combination of buttons, adjust the pointer speed and acceleration and do so much more. Best of all, by allowing you to personalize your trackball experience, TrackballWorks makes your trackball work the way you do.


Product Dimensions 6 x 5 x 3.5 inches


Item Weight 11.2 ounces


Manufacturer Kensington


Language: English


ASIN B001MTE32Y


Item model number K72327EU


Batteries 1 AAA batteries required.


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 1,040 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #10 in Computer Trackballs #300 in Computer Mice


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 1, 2006


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Low-profile shape and silver metallic finish deliver ergonomic comfort and beautiful aesthetics
  • Requires less arm and wrist movement (for better comfort) and takes up less desk space than a traditional mouse
  • Laser tracking delivers precision cursor control
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Free downloadable KensingtonWorks software provides button customization
  • Compatible with Windows (including Windows 8) and macOS
  • 2 year (Only valid if purchased through Kensington Authorized Resellers)

Description

Want to improve your productivity, increase cursor control and save desktop space? Look no further than a trackball from Kensington-the world leader in trackball innovation. All Kensington Trackballs can be fully customized with Kensington TrackballWorks software to customize the functions of each of the buttons found on Kensington trackballs. The result is a more productive and truly personalized computing experience. Set your preferred functions or keyboard shortcuts for each trackball button or combination of buttons, adjust the pointer speed and acceleration and do so much more. Best of all, by allowing you to personalize your trackball experience, TrackballWorks makes your trackball work the way you do.


Product Dimensions 6 x 5 x 3.5 inches


Item Weight 11.2 ounces


Manufacturer Kensington


Language: English


ASIN B001MTE32Y


Item model number K72327EU


Batteries 1 AAA batteries required.


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 1,040 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #10 in Computer Trackballs #300 in Computer Mice


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available January 1, 2006


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought this a month ago hoping to love it. I've loved my Kensington Expert Trackball Mouse for a very long time, barring that it quickly becomes dirty. I hoped that this trackball would be self cleaning due to the hole on the bottom under the ball. So far so good on that front. This trackball had a major flaw, though, that drove me to distraction. Every time I would press one of the buttons it had a little "catch" before engaging the microswitch in the usual clicky way. It was like there was a little flash of plastic that hadn't been cleaned up before assembly that was rubbing on the button (but that was not the problem.) I call this major, because, when you are working, being distracted by an annoyance is the last thing you want. Today I had enough of this and disassembled the trackball to determine what the problem was. Inside, I found that there is a tab to prevent the button flaps from being pulled back which makes sense because that would destroy the unit. What didn't make sense is that there was a spot of sticky matter on the tabs where they engaged the button flaps. What I was feeling was that sticky matter letting go before the button depressed to engage the underlying switch. I cleaned the goop off with a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol and reassembled the mouse and now the "catch" is gone and the switches feel just like you would expect them to. If the trackball had arrive in the condition it now is in, it would receive a 5/5 from me. I should not have to dis-assemble and fix a brand new device to make it work properly. I can not image a reason why they would want that bit of goo to be in that location in the assembly.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;As new, the buttons "stick", dis-assembly and cleaning fixes.;;Jason Doege;;;I've used Kensington trackballs for 30 years now, since the old ADB days. Kensington makes the heaviest ball, which is essential for spinning and moving the mouse quickly. Like many others, I've been a bit dismayed at the general decline in quality and smoothness over the years, but they're still the best I can find. My last two Expert trackballs were getting glitchy... one had a sticky scroll ring (even after cleaning and lubricating with graphite), and the other had electrical problems that made it 'drop' items sporadically. I decided to combine the two to get one last good one, and decided to try the SlimBlade to replace the one that was lost. Needless to say, I'm extremely picky about these things – I need to move fast and intuitively on my desktop, and if the trackball is glitchy at all it aggravates me continuously. I was pleasantly surprised to see the design of the SlimBlade – they've eliminated a lot of problems the old Expert model had and reduced the moving parts. Instead of captive jewel bearings, the bearings are now fixed. But the ball moves perfectly smoothly all the same – it still has good size and heft. The buttons are part of the surface, but still move easily and predictably. They've put a hole in the bottom so the dust falls through and doesn't collect – very nice! I was a bit thrown off at first regarding the 'ring' – I thought it must be some sort of touch-sensitive part (no, I don't read directions much). but instead, it detects when the two sensors are moving in the same direction and translates that to a scroll movement... very clever! And it eliminates one more moving piece that always seemed to gum up. It's took me 10 minutes to get used to, but I can already flick the ball horizontally and get the same or better speed I got with the Expert models (which were rarely fast or smooth). What's more, this action is nearly silent**, unlike the gritty rubbing noise of the Expert model. I record my screen and do voiceovers while I record, so having a quiet movement is a definite plus. All in all, I think this is a definite improvement over the Expert model... it immediately felt smoother, more predictable and more intuitive. I just hope it lasts (the Expert balls were pretty durable) ** by default, there's a synthetic clicking noise when you scroll. It's not annoying for daily use at all, but it definitely is for recording. In order to make it completely silent, you have to remove 7 screws from the bottom (one under each rubber foot and then three arranged in a triangle under the rubber ring). Once apart, the noisemaker is at the top of the circuit board... it's a short cylinder with a hole in the top. You can carefully pry off the top of the noisemaker and remove the disk inside. I just left the top off and put the rest back together... now it's silent and perfect for recording.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;An improvement over the Expert model;;Bigh;;;Oops...this WAS my review, but....Loved this mouse until it all of a sudden quit working. The return window has expired by a month. It is now a brick. I only had it for a couple of months. WTF??? I got on my computer this morning and the pointer didn't show up. I rebooted the computer. Still no pointer. I went onto the installed software to see if it was something in the settings and when I hit the software shortcut a square came up saying no mouse was plugged in. In WAS plugged in. I tried different ports...nada. The thing is as dead as a "doornail" and now it goes into the trash can. UPDATE 3/1 Lucky I didn't throw it in the trash can. Computer technician determined it's a Windows 10 update glitch. My Logitech trackman doesn't work in any USB port now either and the tech and I are both scratching our heads...since my other backup "bluetooth" mice both work. Seems the latest Windows 10 update doesn't like USB connected wired mice anymore. The tech worked for an hour and a half and reset the system to before the update and that didn't work either. Long story short....I just ordered a bluetooth Kensington Expert ball mouse and hopefully that will work. A thousand pardons about the SlimBlade wired trackball mouse. I love it (but I'll have to give it to someone whose computer likes it. Beware, if you use a wired mouse on Windows 10, an update could send you to look for a bluetooth. Is this an evil plot?;;Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Computer glitch;;4EverOnline

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason Doege - Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016
As new, the buttons "stick", dis-assembly and cleaning fixes.
I bought this a month ago hoping to love it. I've loved my Kensington Expert Trackball Mouse for a very long time, barring that it quickly becomes dirty. I hoped that this trackball would be self cleaning due to the hole on the bottom under the ball. So far so good on that front. This trackball had a major flaw, though, that drove me to distraction. Every time I would press one of the buttons it had a little "catch" before engaging the microswitch in the usual clicky way. It was like there was a little flash of plastic that hadn't been cleaned up before assembly that was rubbing on the button (but that was not the problem.) I call this major, because, when you are working, being distracted by an annoyance is the last thing you want. Today I had enough of this and disassembled the trackball to determine what the problem was. Inside, I found that there is a tab to prevent the button flaps from being pulled back which makes sense because that would destroy the unit. What didn't make sense is that there was a spot of sticky matter on the tabs where they engaged the button flaps. What I was feeling was that sticky matter letting go before the button depressed to engage the underlying switch. I cleaned the goop off with a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol and reassembled the mouse and now the "catch" is gone and the switches feel just like you would expect them to. If the trackball had arrive in the condition it now is in, it would receive a 5/5 from me. I should not have to dis-assemble and fix a brand new device to make it work properly. I can not image a reason why they would want that bit of goo to be in that location in the assembly.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bigh - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018
An improvement over the Expert model
I've used Kensington trackballs for 30 years now, since the old ADB days. Kensington makes the heaviest ball, which is essential for spinning and moving the mouse quickly. Like many others, I've been a bit dismayed at the general decline in quality and smoothness over the years, but they're still the best I can find. My last two Expert trackballs were getting glitchy... one had a sticky scroll ring (even after cleaning and lubricating with graphite), and the other had electrical problems that made it 'drop' items sporadically. I decided to combine the two to get one last good one, and decided to try the SlimBlade to replace the one that was lost. Needless to say, I'm extremely picky about these things – I need to move fast and intuitively on my desktop, and if the trackball is glitchy at all it aggravates me continuously. I was pleasantly surprised to see the design of the SlimBlade – they've eliminated a lot of problems the old Expert model had and reduced the moving parts. Instead of captive jewel bearings, the bearings are now fixed. But the ball moves perfectly smoothly all the same – it still has good size and heft. The buttons are part of the surface, but still move easily and predictably. They've put a hole in the bottom so the dust falls through and doesn't collect – very nice! I was a bit thrown off at first regarding the 'ring' – I thought it must be some sort of touch-sensitive part (no, I don't read directions much). but instead, it detects when the two sensors are moving in the same direction and translates that to a scroll movement... very clever! And it eliminates one more moving piece that always seemed to gum up. It's took me 10 minutes to get used to, but I can already flick the ball horizontally and get the same or better speed I got with the Expert models (which were rarely fast or smooth). What's more, this action is nearly silent**, unlike the gritty rubbing noise of the Expert model. I record my screen and do voiceovers while I record, so having a quiet movement is a definite plus. All in all, I think this is a definite improvement over the Expert model... it immediately felt smoother, more predictable and more intuitive. I just hope it lasts (the Expert balls were pretty durable) ** by default, there's a synthetic clicking noise when you scroll. It's not annoying for daily use at all, but it definitely is for recording. In order to make it completely silent, you have to remove 7 screws from the bottom (one under each rubber foot and then three arranged in a triangle under the rubber ring). Once apart, the noisemaker is at the top of the circuit board... it's a short cylinder with a hole in the top. You can carefully pry off the top of the noisemaker and remove the disk inside. I just left the top off and put the rest back together... now it's silent and perfect for recording.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By 4EverOnline - Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2018
Computer glitch
Oops...this WAS my review, but....Loved this mouse until it all of a sudden quit working. The return window has expired by a month. It is now a brick. I only had it for a couple of months. WTF??? I got on my computer this morning and the pointer didn't show up. I rebooted the computer. Still no pointer. I went onto the installed software to see if it was something in the settings and when I hit the software shortcut a square came up saying no mouse was plugged in. In WAS plugged in. I tried different ports...nada. The thing is as dead as a "doornail" and now it goes into the trash can. UPDATE 3/1 Lucky I didn't throw it in the trash can. Computer technician determined it's a Windows 10 update glitch. My Logitech trackman doesn't work in any USB port now either and the tech and I are both scratching our heads...since my other backup "bluetooth" mice both work. Seems the latest Windows 10 update doesn't like USB connected wired mice anymore. The tech worked for an hour and a half and reset the system to before the update and that didn't work either. Long story short....I just ordered a bluetooth Kensington Expert ball mouse and hopefully that will work. A thousand pardons about the SlimBlade wired trackball mouse. I love it (but I'll have to give it to someone whose computer likes it. Beware, if you use a wired mouse on Windows 10, an update could send you to look for a bluetooth. Is this an evil plot?

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason Doege - Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2016
As new, the buttons "stick", dis-assembly and cleaning fixes.
I bought this a month ago hoping to love it. I've loved my Kensington Expert Trackball Mouse for a very long time, barring that it quickly becomes dirty. I hoped that this trackball would be self cleaning due to the hole on the bottom under the ball. So far so good on that front. This trackball had a major flaw, though, that drove me to distraction. Every time I would press one of the buttons it had a little "catch" before engaging the microswitch in the usual clicky way. It was like there was a little flash of plastic that hadn't been cleaned up before assembly that was rubbing on the button (but that was not the problem.) I call this major, because, when you are working, being distracted by an annoyance is the last thing you want. Today I had enough of this and disassembled the trackball to determine what the problem was. Inside, I found that there is a tab to prevent the button flaps from being pulled back which makes sense because that would destroy the unit. What didn't make sense is that there was a spot of sticky matter on the tabs where they engaged the button flaps. What I was feeling was that sticky matter letting go before the button depressed to engage the underlying switch. I cleaned the goop off with a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol and reassembled the mouse and now the "catch" is gone and the switches feel just like you would expect them to. If the trackball had arrive in the condition it now is in, it would receive a 5/5 from me. I should not have to dis-assemble and fix a brand new device to make it work properly. I can not image a reason why they would want that bit of goo to be in that location in the assembly.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bigh - Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2018
An improvement over the Expert model
I've used Kensington trackballs for 30 years now, since the old ADB days. Kensington makes the heaviest ball, which is essential for spinning and moving the mouse quickly. Like many others, I've been a bit dismayed at the general decline in quality and smoothness over the years, but they're still the best I can find. My last two Expert trackballs were getting glitchy... one had a sticky scroll ring (even after cleaning and lubricating with graphite), and the other had electrical problems that made it 'drop' items sporadically. I decided to combine the two to get one last good one, and decided to try the SlimBlade to replace the one that was lost. Needless to say, I'm extremely picky about these things – I need to move fast and intuitively on my desktop, and if the trackball is glitchy at all it aggravates me continuously. I was pleasantly surprised to see the design of the SlimBlade – they've eliminated a lot of problems the old Expert model had and reduced the moving parts. Instead of captive jewel bearings, the bearings are now fixed. But the ball moves perfectly smoothly all the same – it still has good size and heft. The buttons are part of the surface, but still move easily and predictably. They've put a hole in the bottom so the dust falls through and doesn't collect – very nice! I was a bit thrown off at first regarding the 'ring' – I thought it must be some sort of touch-sensitive part (no, I don't read directions much). but instead, it detects when the two sensors are moving in the same direction and translates that to a scroll movement... very clever! And it eliminates one more moving piece that always seemed to gum up. It's took me 10 minutes to get used to, but I can already flick the ball horizontally and get the same or better speed I got with the Expert models (which were rarely fast or smooth). What's more, this action is nearly silent**, unlike the gritty rubbing noise of the Expert model. I record my screen and do voiceovers while I record, so having a quiet movement is a definite plus. All in all, I think this is a definite improvement over the Expert model... it immediately felt smoother, more predictable and more intuitive. I just hope it lasts (the Expert balls were pretty durable) ** by default, there's a synthetic clicking noise when you scroll. It's not annoying for daily use at all, but it definitely is for recording. In order to make it completely silent, you have to remove 7 screws from the bottom (one under each rubber foot and then three arranged in a triangle under the rubber ring). Once apart, the noisemaker is at the top of the circuit board... it's a short cylinder with a hole in the top. You can carefully pry off the top of the noisemaker and remove the disk inside. I just left the top off and put the rest back together... now it's silent and perfect for recording.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By 4EverOnline - Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2018
Computer glitch
Oops...this WAS my review, but....Loved this mouse until it all of a sudden quit working. The return window has expired by a month. It is now a brick. I only had it for a couple of months. WTF??? I got on my computer this morning and the pointer didn't show up. I rebooted the computer. Still no pointer. I went onto the installed software to see if it was something in the settings and when I hit the software shortcut a square came up saying no mouse was plugged in. In WAS plugged in. I tried different ports...nada. The thing is as dead as a "doornail" and now it goes into the trash can. UPDATE 3/1 Lucky I didn't throw it in the trash can. Computer technician determined it's a Windows 10 update glitch. My Logitech trackman doesn't work in any USB port now either and the tech and I are both scratching our heads...since my other backup "bluetooth" mice both work. Seems the latest Windows 10 update doesn't like USB connected wired mice anymore. The tech worked for an hour and a half and reset the system to before the update and that didn't work either. Long story short....I just ordered a bluetooth Kensington Expert ball mouse and hopefully that will work. A thousand pardons about the SlimBlade wired trackball mouse. I love it (but I'll have to give it to someone whose computer likes it. Beware, if you use a wired mouse on Windows 10, an update could send you to look for a bluetooth. Is this an evil plot?