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    • Cutting-Edge Responsiveness - Each advanced computer trackball mouse features a highly-accurate optical sensor to give you fast, precise tracking and movement
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带 8 键功能的轨迹球鼠标


采用高性能游戏光学系统传感器和镜头设计


这款轨迹球鼠标基于人体工程学,有效减少用户手腕疲劳和肌肉疼痛


球由滚珠轴承固定, 但可以很容易地从设备中弹出, 通过将其穿过底部的孔, 可以轻松清洁


系统要求:Windows XP、Windows 7、Windows 8.1、Windows RT8.1、Windows 10 或更高版本、macOS 10.12 或更高版本


分辨率:500/1000/1500 计数(可切换)


尺寸和重量:尺寸:W4.5"(114.7mm) X L7.2"(181.9mm) X H2.3"(57.2mm),重量:9.2oz


连接方式:USB 接线


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BartC
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Good, but software could use some finesse
2020年8月23日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Good, but software could use some finesse
评论于 2020年8月23日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
This review is for the ELECOM M-HT1URBK wired version on Windows.

I don’t think there is any perfect track ball. Everyone’s hands are different in size and dexterity, to say nothing of right vs left handedness. This trackball is firmly in the right hand, medium sized hand camp. And, this Elecom M-HT1URBK is a mixed bag of very good and not so good.

**So first the hardware:

It is described as an 8 button track ball, but it really has 10 buttons or switches. The scroll wheel has three, Tilt Up, Tilt Down, and Push In, along with scroll function.

Elecom makes several trackballs, and they rightly are divided into “thumb operation”
and “forefinger operation.” This is the forefinger type which I prefer.

Compared to some other trackballs in the field I find it well built. The anti-skid pads on the bottom are just OK. They work if really clean, the slightest bit of dust and the trackball skids around easily. The soft palm rest is OK now, but time will tell if it gets sticky or degrades with hand oil as most others do.

As for the trackball itself, I find it a good size at 52mm. It rides on three ruby red nubs. Those nubs stand a bit higher in the Elecom than other manufacturers. For example my Kensington SlimBlade’s ruby nubs are almost flush with the ball housing. With Elecom’s being higher it takes a bit longer for the ball to gum-up and get sticky with debris. Other reviewers have commented on the not so smooth performance of the trackball itself. I don’t find that an issue.

I have a collection of just about every track ball made, going back to the early days of computer GUIs. The early ones were essentially, an upside down mouse. They used steel wheels to track movement and were really rough. Modern trackballs such as this Elecom use reflected light off the ball to track movement. However I find that every modern trackball has to be ‘treated’ out of the box. Here is my method:

Get some Engleside Old Fashioned Kitchen Wax & Cleaner. ASIN: B005WW1JF6. Give the ball a good washing with liquid dish detergent. Dry it completely and then use the Engleside to wax it up. Wax it twice, use a soft cotton rag, and be sure to buff to dry between applications. If you do this you will have no complaints about smooth movement. Do it as routine maintenance.

Elecom claims on their website they use Omron switches. I have not taken this trackball apart to verify that, but I can say some of the buttons have a very clear and easy click. But, not all the buttons click with the same force. For example the LMB really only clicks well in the forward most finger position. As you move back on the button the force changes to where it won’t click at all. This does tend to slow me down when working, as I have to find the sweet spot to click.

The thing is, that is just opposite of the so-called Button #5. The rear of the button is easier to click than the front, go figure.

And the other thing about that most used LMB is that it is positioned a bit under the scroll wheel, so I have had to disable the “Scroll In” button as I sometimes hit them both with my fat thumb.

Also, I find the scroll wheel to be too far to the rear of the housing. I have to bend my thumb a bit more than I would like.

Lastly the “R” or Right button needs to be widened near the top to cover the blank area at about one or two o’clock on the ball. If the “R” button were wider there, it would facilitate Right-Click Drag. In fact I have assigned “Right Click” also to “F2" to help with drag.

There is a switch near the base that allows one to switch the pointer resolution between 500/1000/1500. An LED will blink once for the first position, twice for the second position, and three times for the third position. That helps to verify the switch position.

**On to the software:

Go to the manufacturer’s website and download the latest software. The M-HT1URBK is not currently listed under “Products>Trackball mouse.” Just search for it and it will come up. This review is for the Mouse Assistant for Windows v5.2.00.000 which is current as of this writing.

BTW Elecom, it is not a “trackball mouse” it is a trackball pointer, but that is a rant for another time.

And, there is a downloadable 23 page PDF manual in English, and some other languages. The install routine is well behaved and requires a reboot. There is no “About” button or check for update button in the software, so it is hard to know if one is running the latest version.

The software did recognize the attached trackball and put up the correct picture on the “Allocate button function” tab. There are 46 plus Off assignable functions for each of the ten buttons. And if one fails to assign the two most necessary functions (i.e. for Windows-right and left click) the software puts up a warning box (see pix) and will force one to assign Left Click to a button. As good as that is, inexplicably it ignores the just as important Right Click.

However, software labels for the buttons don’t match what are on the trackball. E.g. the trackball button Fn1 is labeled “Button 6:” in the software. If the user clicks on the list box for Button 6, the corresponding button on the trackball picture lights up. But, it does not work in reverse. One should be able to click on the button in the picture and have corresponding assignments come up.

Also the scroll wheel tilt is labeled in the software “Tilt left:” and “Tilt right:” but it really should be labeled “Tilt up:” and “Tilt down:” Left and Right is an assignable function, not what one does with a finger.

There are other labels that don’t match. If the software can sense the specific model of trackball, it should be able to use the correct labels. As it is, it is just an awkward UI.

One can create custom profiles; save and name them. The software defaults to putting an icon in the notification area so it is easy to switch between profiles.

There is a feature called “flying scroll” [with apologies to Jay Ward, not Rocky the Flying Squirrel] It is essentially an auto scroll function, and will take some playing with to match your reading speed, but useful, nevertheless.

There is a new for this version “Presentation mode” in the current software which the manual hasn’t caught up with yet. I played with it a bit, and it will take some work to see what it does. I’m sure an updated manual would help this.

The last tab is for gesture functions. Just be careful of conflicts with Win10 gestures.

So all in all there is a learning curve to the feel and the customization for any one individual’s use, but I’m glad I have it and look forward to when it will become more intuitive.
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Kaari Watkins
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 One of the better trackballs I've tried.
2023年1月25日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Handy
1.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 The ball drag issue cannot be fixed and is a deal killer for this mouse and I'll tell you why.
2021年3月4日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
样式: 有线轨迹球鼠标已确认购买
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1.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 The ball drag issue cannot be fixed and is a deal killer for this mouse and I'll tell you why.
评论于 2021年3月4日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
Update: 4-18-21
So I finally figured out why no matter what ball bearings you put in this mouse, it will never fix the drag issue from this mouse. It does not matter if you use the "ruby" bearings or "after market" bearings. The issue is not the type of bearings, it's the size of the bearings. And the second reason you will never fix the drag issue on this mouse is because of the type of ball they used. It has a very sticky surface. I'm not sure what type of coating they put on this mouse, but it has a very weird sticky feel. It almost feels like rubber.

Between the larger bearings = more surface contact, and the strange coating they put on the ball, it simply ruins this mouse. I finally sent it back and purchased the Kensington Slim Blade Trackball. It has a bigger heavier ball, but it has smaller bearings. The ball is smooth, and rolls like butter with no hesitation from stop to go.

Personally, if I could make the perfect mouse, I would use the Kensington ball and bearing set up with the button set up from Elecom and a better palm support. Now that would be a freaking awesome mouse. To be honest, I really miss the Elecom button layout. The Slim Blade doesn't even come close to the switch placement or switch quality. I'm not sure why after all these years, These companies cannot figure out that if they just listened to their customers, they could make a boat load of money if they would just make a good trackball. I would pay double for a mouse with that kind of build and quality.

But sadly, I will put up with the button layout on the Slim Blade as the ball movement is perfect, even though the button layout is lacking.

Please don't make my mistake and think you can fix this issue. I tried 3 different bearing sets and still could not get it to stop sticking. The palm rest issue could be dealt with as I talk about below. The Silicone spray was a stop gap measure and would only last about a week.

Also, Elecom's customer support is ZILCH, NADDA, NEVER. They don't respond to any issues. And for that reason, I will never buy another Elecom Mouse period.

So if you want to read my first updated review, be my guest.

There are three major issues with this mouse. And I have tried to contact Elecom but it's been two months now and it's been crickets. So what are these three issues? Keep reading.

Issue #1
You probably already know about the issue with the ruby red bearings right? I did, and purchased my first new set right out of the box so they would be here when I got the mouse. But the white bearings were super tight. So I purchased the silver grey ones thinking they would be better. But sadly, I would still get "first start" drag issues. I would clean the ball with just plain water and it would get worse for around a day before it would start to loosen up. Very frustrating. I tried warm soap and water and that made it even worse. This was the third separate set of bearings doing this and I was starting to lose hope.

But after some serious brain storming I remembered I had a can of WD Silicone Spray. At this point I figured, what can I possibly loose? So I took the ball out and sprayed the end of a Qtip, and thoroughly rubbed each bearing and let it dry. This would fix the issue for about a week and then I would have to do it all over again.

As it turns out as stated in my update, the bearings are too big and the ball is too sticky. It is a match made down below. And sadly, there isn't another ball anywhere that you can replace it with. Elecom in their infinite wisdom, used a very odd size for their ball and nobody makes one to replace it with.

Issue # 2
So the next issue I started having was a stinging pain in my pinky. Never had this before, and for two days I could not figure out what was going on till I noticed that my hand was not setting on the mouse properly. Why? Because the mouse is not designed to hold your palm at the same level as the ball (see pics), and without even noticing I found that my pinky was trying to support my whole hand. I almost thought this was the end here. I even started looking for other trackballs to replace it with but finding very little. But then I had an idea. Is there something I could use or make, that would give me the support I need. That got me digging around on Amazon till I found the almost perfect solution. And if your looking for and easy fix, this isn't it (it's not hard either). But it did sort of fix Issue # 2 and Issue # 3 at the same time. And it's called Dualplex Neoprene Sponge Foam Rubber Roll Adhesive, 15 X 60 Inches X 1/16" Thick.

The issue I had with the Neoprene foam is that it would wear too fast. I would get stress cracks where my hand rested on the mouse. To make it work, I needed some sort of coating on the foam to keep it from wearing out.

So what is issue # 3? Glad you asked.
Sadly Elecom used a foam pad with some sort of very thin coating on top. And this black coating, after only 4 months was starting to break down. I could see the writing on the wall, and knew that this was going to be a deal breaker for me, as I have read other reviews talking about this and had privately hoped that it was because of a PH balance issue with those buyers. Sadly, that is not true.

So I took the Neoprene and built a gradual support pad for my palm and then covered the whole pad with a full Neoprene cover to seal it up. It almost worked flawlessly. This is almost the perfect stuff for this. It's easy to work with and very flexible. The adhesive works perfect for this. It will allow you to stretch a bit and fix while working with it. And then when you have it right, just keep pressure on all the folds for around 1/2 hour and it never moved or pulled and it's been over two days now and it still looks perfect. In fact, it's actually more comfortable now as it keeps my hand from sliding around on the pad like before. But as stated above, needs some sort of coating to make it last.

As you can see in the pictures. There was a space of almost 1/2" between the mouse and my palm at a resting angle. This gap was what my pinky was trying to support without me even realizing it. By filling the gap, I not only fixed the pain in my pinky, but fixed the issue with the coating breaking down and ruining this otherwise awesome mouse. Well, sort of.

Sadly, I doubt Elecom will ever take the time to read this review, but if it saves one person from making the same costly mistakes I made, it was worth writing this review.
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