Testing the +Logitech
alongside Anker vertical mouse (https://plus.google.com/+ArtemRussakovskii/posts/QmspAg5XVnL
). Both have pluses and minuses, and are very different in usage, obviously.
I've never used a trackball before, and it sure will take some getting used to, but I can already see a lot of resemblance to a laptop touchpad and the Adesso HTPC keyboard I had for a few years (so actually, I guess yeah, I did use the trackball before, I lied).
The problem is how hard it is to perform precise movements with the trackball. I don't know if I'd ever be able to be efficient at it.
I keep switching between my regular mouse and these two, and so far, there's no clear winner. Things are much slower and less intuitive with these two, which is expected, but the main problem is I'm not sure my wrist pain is shrinking at all, if not getting worse because of more strain on the wrist in general. More pressure needed to press the buttons on the vertical mouse and move the cursor more accurately and the trackball is another story entirely - thumb strain and overall awkwardness of figuring out where to put my wrist to reach all the pieces comfortably.
Where's the telepathic mouse already?