Kensington SlimBlade

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 15 recensioni su Kensington SlimBlade. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.4/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.2/5 per altri prodotti. La valutazioni circa affidabilità e dimensione sono globale positive. In aggiunta, usabilità e design ottengono ottime recensioni. Vi sono alcune recensioni negative circa il prezzo.

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Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed clienti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri prodotti, Kensington SlimBlade ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 83/100 = qualità Molto buono.

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Kensington Slimblade

 

A decent trackball let down by the drivers

A solid device that's easy to use once you get the hang of it

The inability to customise any of the buttons is a major drawback

keyboards, trackballs tend to fall into a love or hate divide in the PC peripheral market.

10/2009

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Disappointing - Not as Advertised

 

I'm sure the device will perform reasonably well, but I am disappointed that it has advertised features I won't be able to use. It would have been nice if they at least offered an older version of the software that still had those features enabled.

Kensington reputation

Very disappointing. If you are buying the SlimBlade because it has software to support the "media mode" and "document viewing mode", you'll be sorely disappointed. Just got off the line with Technical Support. It was only after 10 minutes on the phone...

11/2015

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Hard to quantify

 

It's difficult to rate mice because the 'feel' is so subjective. There are graphic designers who well not part with 15+ yo $12 analog mouse with the little rubber ball underneath because they like the way that particular device responses. I loved the...

Attractive, and well made (braided usb cable) counterpart of the K64325

Track ball too small ; no scroll ring ; awkward buttons

05/2015

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Hard to quantify

 

It's difficult to rate mice because the 'feel' is so subjective. There are graphic designers who well not part with 15+ yo $12 analog mouse with the little rubber ball underneath because they like the way that particular device responses. I loved the...

Attractive, and well made (braided usb cable) counterpart of the K64325

Track ball too small ; no scroll ring ; awkward buttons

05/2015

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Different from the Expert but still good

 

It works out of the box in Ubuntu Linux.

Seems to be an improved version of the Expert mouse. There is a hole in the bottom of the ball-cradle that allows dust and other unmentionables from blocking the laser. The buttons are stiff (slightly too stiff right now but I expect that to change)...

the shape of the mouse is a little odd, I use my Expert mouse with my hand resting along the right edge of the mouse. I left-click with the top right button and right-click with the bottom right button. This orientation is slightly awkward for me as...

11/2014

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Saves Hand

 

I switched to large trackball that Kensington started making back in the late '80's. No more cramping of my hand or forearm muscles. Minimal chance of carpel tunnel problems with the cushions provided by Kensington

Smooth action, comfortable for large hand, does not break easily

connector wire can kink

11/2014

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Saves Hand

 

I switched to large trackball that Kensington started making back in the late '80's. No more cramping of my hand or forearm muscles. Minimal chance of carpel tunnel problems with the cushions provided by Kensington

Smooth action, comfortable for large hand, does not break easily

connector wire can kink

11/2014

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

annoying rattle

 

Cool looking

Takes a while to get used to Y & once you get the hang of it, the single & double click buttons have a loud & annoying rattling sound that will drive you crazy

03/2014

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Great Trackball

 

I've been holding off on this trackball for a long time, due to the mixed reviews and expensive price. Recently I decided to pull the trigger and am glad I did. The trackball is a pleasure to use and I have found it to be very accurate with a little...

Comfortable, Large Ball, Accurate

Trackballs may not be for everyone, Scrolling with this trackball may not be for everyone, expensive

03/2014

Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Kensington SlimBlade

 

Kensington increased the size of the jeweled bearings that the ball rides on. This was a nagging problem with this model and the Slimblade trackball both of which I own. Kensington replaced the Slimblade some years ago with no questions asked as these...

Easy to use and setup. USB 2.0 for great performance

Click switches seem to wear prematurely. I think this is a common problem with all devices using these types of micro-switches

01/2014
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