One hopes that a company doesn't dream up a $700 steel-and-rubber keyboard with red backlighting (for night vision, natch) and waterproof trackball just to hope that someone, somewhere will buy it. Otherwise Stealth is cursing a drunken general tonight. [Stealth]
The very literally named Track Ball Mouse Numerical Keypad Hub manages to Frankenstein an array of accessories into a trackball-style mouse. It also continues the long tradition of lefty-hating trackball mice.
The 3DConnexion Spacepillot Pro, specifically. It takes 3DConnex's previous SpaceNavigator knob and adds just about everything else a CAD pro, Pixar artist or Second Life sex addict could ever need.
For those of you that hear "Fingertip Mini Mini" and think "vibrator" I'm with you. However, this device doles out pleasure by offering mobile users a compact means of interface control.
That rumored BlackBerry Bold with a touchscreen was just a whisper before, but now we've got a shot of the packaging to prove its existence. Let's see what we know about this new hybrid.
A trackball? In 2009? Indeed, Kensington is going retro with a new design that they claim is the first to "allow users to navigate and manipulate digital content through the ball itself."
Ignoring the retro styling of this EZ Commander remote, it's got one remarkable feature that makes the whole five-buck-design worthwhile: a trackball. Even though trackballs went out of style for most computer users (some die hards still swear by them) they make plenty of sense to use with a remote, so you can mouse…
Laptops usually come adorned with either a trackpad or a IBM-style nub for cursor navigation, but what's a guy that loves trackballs to do? Unless they want to bring a full-sized 1995 trackball mouse with him like Travis witnessed last year at CEDIA, their only option is this Traveler 350 USB trackball. It clips onto…
Remember that trackball PS2 controller that looked like it had an exploding testicle? It's available for pre-order at a reduced price. For only $26.99 you'll be able to have trackball-like aim on your PS2, letting you play the hundreds of FPS and action games that the rest of the world already tried years ago.
The Golden Tee home game is similar to that of the Jeopardy home game, except you generally want to be drunk to play Golden Tee. This $60 Golden Tee game features a replica trackball so you can work on your game before going to the bar to get schooled by
me competitors. The game even includes the Golden Tee Ambassador…
I'm telling you, trackballs are all the rage. This keyboard is ridiculously expensive at $1,200, but it is stainless steel, has a MacBook style keyboard and best of all—a freaking sweet integrated trackball! Yes! Twelve hundos is well worth it if I can get a trackball integrated into a stainless steel keyboard.
What the hell? That thing is straight out of 1995. Seeing it paired up with a Powerbook is pretty unique, but however you prefer to work, I guess. Anybody out there still use a trackball like this?