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Answer: It does take a bit of a time to get used to the motion especially when you are trying to track fairly straight vertical or horizontal lines. The fact is, a trackball is just as accurate as a mouse and more so than a trackpad. Many early graphics designers preferred using trackballs over mice when working on computers.
Answer: Trackball. A trackball is an input device used to enter motion data into computers or other electronic devices. It serves the same purpose as a mouse, but is designed with a moveable ball on the top, which can be rolled in any direction.
Answer: In terms of ergonomics, both the trackball and trackpad let you manipulate the cursor using a combination of fingers. This greatly reduces the chances of developing RSI from overuse of a particular extremity. ... So in short, at least based on my assessment, a trackball is more ergonomic than a trackpad.
Answer: A computer mouse is a handheld hardware input device that controls a cursor in a GUI (graphical user interface) and can move and select text, icons, files, and folders on your computer. For desktop computers, the mouse is placed on a flat surface (e.g., mouse pad or desk) in front of your computer.
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Answer: So in short, at least based on my assessment, a trackball is more ergonomic than a trackpad. In terms of productivity, a study comparing the amount of time required to a complete a cursor related task using a trackpad and a trackball came out favorably for the trackball.
Answer: With a trackball you only use your fingers so your wrists, arms, shoulders and neck don't have to move. This gives you better control, more speed while using less energy. You won't get sore wrists or arms after a long night of gaming.