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Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 Renewed Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5  
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Connectivity TechnologyWireless
Recommended Uses For ProductLaptop
Compatible DevicesLaptop, Personal Computer
Movement Detection TechnologyTrackball

Description of Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 Renewed

NOTE:The connector/wireless receiver is found inside the back side of the mouse. Wireless operating distance: Approx 10m4. Sensor Resolution: 540. Trackball comfort: Sculpted shape supports your hand and stays in one place—move the cursor without moving your arm. Work and play anywhere: Get smooth, precise cursor control wherever you use your trackball—your desk, couch, even your bed. Logitech Unifying receiver: Connect up to six Unifying compatible devices with one tiny wireless.Long battery life: Go for up to 18 months without changing the included AA battery* (*Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions) receiver that stays in your laptop.For Windows or Mac OS: Robust 2.4 GHz wireless connection lets you control your laptop, desktop computer or home theater PC wirelessly from up to 30 ft. away** (** Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and e.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

A good product, I advise you to try it.

An interesting device. First impressions were negative. After many years of using gaming mice from Logi (already the fifth mouse), it was extremely unusual to master the control of the ball. But every day, it turned out better and the gaming G700s lying next to it went to the shelf. Games are not even discussed, this niche is not for this device. But for everyday work and leisurely scanning the Internet, - just right. The negative reviews on the net about dust on the contacts of holding the…

  • Logitech says a lot. Company Guarantee. Ease of use under certain conditions. Unusual design.
  • Price. No inert wheel, fast scrolling, as on other Logitech models, such as G700s Dust under control ball.

I have been using this mouse since 2022. Ideal. For work in any IDE editor, office, etc. The hand does not get tired, it is very convenient to use, every 2-3 days to clean only the ball, so that it is clean and that's it, change the battery and rejoice. There were never any problems, except for a button that flew out, due to old age, which I had to order on alik, but changed both in 10 minutes with a normal soldering iron and hair dryer. For so many years, and 7 have already passed, this is my

  • Ergonomic.
  • The button broke, I ordered 4 pieces in China at once, because in the 2022 could not find a penny detail. The result is 120r on alik and voila, the mouse is back in the ranks, for another 7 years.

Revainrating 3 out of 5

It has some flaws but the product is usable.

Expected higher quality from Logitech. Especially from the trackball. Like a regular mouse for clicking on the shortcuts on the desktop, it will pull. Voiced keys - a big fan.

  • Customizable keys and the ball itself, ergonomics are not bad, but rather for a small hand.
  • The accuracy of the trackball is lame - strong jerks, it is very inconvenient to even select text because of this. Does not connect to Unifying, although it is stated that it can - you will have to be content with the old SetPoint (learned from Logi technical support)

Everything would be fine, but they decided to extend the remote work - and the task arose to equip the workplace at home. In order to somehow diversify the work, I decided to try vertical mice and trackballs as a replacement for the traditional mouse. By analogy with the older model (it was a pity for the money), I printed a stand on a 3D printer that turns the trackball 45 degrees - the hand now rests on it in the manner of a vertical mouse. It became really convenient. By the way, I found…

  • A well-established model with a classic minimalistic design. It frees up space on the table, as it does not require a rug and space for a run.
  • - Frankly weak positioning compared to the mouse (especially gaming). For the office - great, unload the hand, but it works for me in tandem with the mouse occasionally used for CAD programs and toys. - You really need to clean the ball itself often. I clean about once every 11-hour work shift. - Somehow mysteriously it works, then the click wheel does not work. It is solved by launching the complete software, but at the age of 21 it is strange to install a separate software for a trackball with five buttons. - After 10 months of active everyday use, the left mouse button switch on my device began to fail. Less active users don't experience this issue (three devices in a watch group)

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Overall it's not bad, but I expected more.

I started using a trackball and now I can’t imagine how you can use a regular mouse. I remember that with a classic mouse, there are always red chafing at the bottom of the palm, and over the years, the hand began to hurt. With the trackball, it all went away in a week. Now I'm going to buy the next trackball model from Logitech, because there is not much choice. Expensive and I think that again two years is enough. Logitech actually has a monopoly on this type of mouse. But I do not want to…

  • The hand does not strain, a minimum of movements. Wireless!
  • 1. After 2 years, the left button began to fail, double clicks occur. 2. It is necessary to clean the seat of the ball once a week or two. The protrusions on which it is located collect dirt and the ball begins to rotate unevenly (indicated in the photo) 3. If dirt gets into the hole with the optical element, you will have to suffer to clean it, and even some lint will affect the movement of the pointer.\ 4. The price is high for a mouse that has been working for 2 years (moreover, I used to have some kind of logitech mouse, the left button also turned off there)

In general, getting used to is quite fast (possibly due to the fact that I actively use the Steam gamepad with trackball emulation) The ball slides easily and almost effortlessly. There are no problems with navigation between 2 screens - the sensor has adjustable sensitivity and the ball has inertia if something happens. They write that the device is not bad for the prevention of RSI - I don’t have it, but at least the problem with rubbing the bones on the wrist, which pursued on ordinary mice,

  • Good ergonomics. Compared to conventional mice, the hand rests completely on it and gets tired less. Claimed battery life. Quite stable and non-slip. There is no dependence on the surface - that's why it is a trackball. Works without problems with Linux.
  • No inertial scrolling (can be solved by binding the modifier key to the scrolling ball) Periodically cleaning is required. Slightly sweaty hand. You can get hell in 2022 - in large networks only MX Ergo, although this model has not been discontinued. Barely found a seller on ebay with an adequate price.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The price/quality ratio is great, I will buy again.

In general, more than satisfied. The impression is spoiled only by the fact that the wheel is rather tight and loud when pressed. But this is overshadowed by ease of use. On a standard mouse, I hope you do not have to switch back.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The purchase brought only positive emotions.

The benefits outweigh the disadvantages. Who spends a lot of time at the computer and who is worried about the aching brush by the end of the working day, I definitely recommend it. Got pros: The brush does not get tired, does not strain, does not hurt even with very long use. The ability to use on any surface, since in fact the trackball does not need a surface. Fans of piloting a PC on the bed will be very suitable. Very ergonomic. The most comfortable ergonomics among computer mice. Has some

Revainrating 4 out of 5

A good product, more pros than cons.

The high price does not mean the special quality of the parts. Inside are standard components as in ordinary mice. The trackball is ideal for a sofa, a bed. I don't know of alternatives yet. I do not regret the purchase. Pros: Range, stability (there was no loss of communication), duration of work Has some cons: After 3 months, the OMRON d2fc-f mikrik at the left button died. The button started working twice. I didn’t take it to the guarantee, because they would give the same thing for another…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best I ever used, recommend it to everybody.

There are already 2 of these - home and work. Plus I bought it as a gift. Excellent trackball, there is a reassignment of key actions near LMB. Its pros: Good shape and angle, the ball rotates quite smoothly. The charge holds about a year, they did not lie with this Cons below: Very rarely likes to fall off for a split second, most likely due to the location of the whistle. Bugs with scrolling in the browser (Chrome, to be specific). Smooth scrolling is disabled, but for some reason sometimes…

Revainrating 3 out of 5

The product can be used, I expected a little more.

Has pros: Really convenient to work in a limited space! Might be easier on the wrist, time will tell. Its cons: Absolutely overpriced! The quality of the rattling buttons and the grinding wheel (even without swinging the horizontal scroll! ) is at the level of a noname mouse for 100.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Just super, the product is made wonderfully, very satisfied.

Configuration for convenient scrolling with a large wheel when holding the "back" key, for linux: /xorg. Conf. D/50-vmmouse. Conf Section "InputClass" Identifier "vmmouse" MatchIsPointer "on" MatchTag "vmmouse" Driver "vmmouse" EndSection Section "InputClass" Identifier "Logitech M570" MatchProduct "Logitech M570" MatchIsPointer "on" MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" Driver "evdev" Option "SendCoreEvents" "true" Option "EmulateWheel" "true" Option "EmulateWheelButton" "8" Option…

  • Great wireless trackpad. I've been using it for more than two months - I haven't changed the batteries. Previously used marble - wires interfered. Great solution for laptop owners.
  • In addition to a fairly high cost - has not yet found.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

It was a reasonable purchase, I will order more.

I took it to replace the mouse, because which ones I didn’t try, the “tunnel effect” still manifested itself, whoever encountered it knows that it hurts. I got used to it for about a week, the main breakdown was the first couple of days, I wanted to throw it out the window because it was unusual for my thumb. But he remembered his aching hand and continued. Then I got involved and I don’t want to work on a regular one, although I can. This mouse has worked for three years in the work-home mode,

  • 1. No need to move the table. If you urgently need to print something without sitting down at the table, then it is much more convenient. I have a mouse and a trackball connected to one receiver (the computer is working, and only I use the trackball well). And the mouse needs to be moved, but it’s more difficult to do it while standing - the load is partially distributed on the hands, and the hand is not so comfortable. About games - it's easy. In any shooter, RPG, strategy, it doesn't matter. In the first place, I used both the mouse and the trackball in parallel, now the mouse is used, but only if you just need to make a couple of clicks. 2. Wireless interface. It seems to be a trackball. Still, the lack of a wire solves it. From one good battery, it lives for about a year in active use (Duracells are mostly not advertising, they just sit down for a really long time and the native one was Chinese Duracell, there were inscriptions in Chinese). 3. Unifying. Or whatever it's called. Allows you to connect multiple devices to one receiver. Really saves ports. On a laptop with 3-4 ports - a necessity, if you also need to pick up the keyboard in addition to the mouse (the native is dead). 4. Native software allows you to see the battery charge. The benefits of the software end there. 5. Life on one battery. I don’t know how they did it, but the old Logitech tailless mouse on two AAs lived for a week at most with shutdowns for when it was not needed. This included remains if I just leave it at work and a little less than a year on one battery.
  • 1. Lack of inertial scrolling. After the Logitech M500 was unpleasantly surprised. The problem was solved by installing the free program X-Mouse button control - it intercepts mouse clicks and passes it off as another action, it helps a lot in many programs, for individual programs you can set up your own profiles or simply set a general one. 2. The ball gets dirty. And strongly. Wash your hands, wash the ball, since it can be pulled out without problems, the ball supports should also be cleaned at least from dirt. Dirty ball - inertia and smoothness of control are lost. But unlike mice with a ball, the movement is preserved here. 3. Native software. When his native program is installed and finds the trackball, then not the middle button is placed on the middle button, but (tadam! ) - the application switcher. Those. pontovy analogue of Alt-Tab. I need the middle button, Carl! 4. Price. At the end of 2022, it cost an average of 3200-3500, I bought it from old stocks for 2900, after that the price was also raised there. Why, Carl? In fact, it's just the same 5-button laser wireless mouse. Yes, the same Logitech is now in December 17th from 2022.

* advantages and disadvantages were clarified by comparison with the Logitech Cordless TrackMan Wheel (I have been using it for more than 5 years with a desktop computer) and the TrackMan Wheel (I have used it with a laptop) * controversial point - additional "back and forth" buttons: despite the convenience when using a web browser and other programs that involve such transitions, these additional buttons have reduced the area of ​​​​the main * shortcomings - rather nit-picking. For fans of…

  • + trackball advantages (work really on any surface, positioning accuracy) + advantages of the Unifying receiver - compactness and the ability to use one receiver together with a K270 wireless keyboard without taking up an extra USB port + is defined as USB HID and works with all operating systems that support the standard. Tested on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 98, Ubuntu 12.04 and 122022, Android 4.0, Haiku R1alpha3, no wonder it works everywhere + there is a switch to save battery power, unlike the Cordless TrackMan Wheel
  • + trackball advantages (work really on any surface, positioning accuracy) + advantages of the Unifying receiver -commpactness and the ability to use one receiver together with a K270 wireless keyboard without taking up an extra USB port + is defined as USB HID and works with all operating systems that support the standard. Tested on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 98, Ubuntu 12.04 and 122022, Android 4.0, Haiku R1alpha3, no wonder it works everywhere + there is a switch to save battery power, unlike theCordless TrackMan Wheel

I work a lot on a PC and my wrist got very tired. Decided to switch to trackball. Everything was OK. Yes, you have to clean the ball (which I forgot about on ordinary mice). After half a year, the left mouse button began to fail. That works as two clicks, then it does not work, then it does not work out a double click. Drag-n-Drop or selection of areas became impossible. in the middle of the way, the button was "wrung out" I have already started looking for a replacement and was thinking…

  • Ergonomics, the wrist does not get tired. Long battery life Work with one Unifying both keyboard and mouse
  • the ball picks up dirt well After half a year, the left mouse button stops working, I had to climb inside.

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Its not a good product, its a pity that I spent money on it.

The model has a factory problem with left click, after which the trackball can be thrown into the trash - -Thread/td-p/1050449 Logitech, apparently, is not going to do anything with it yet, which is puzzling, given the price of the product. People write that they are buying anothercompy of the same model for replacement, but they face the same problem. It’s a shameful situation because the model itself is very successful and pleasant to use.

  • Appearance, design, useful "Forward - Back" buttons for web surfing
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Loads can be reduced, but not removed. You remove it from the brush - you load your finger. One person even wrote (like on Habré) that he brought it to surgery, playing a trackball in a quake (?). But these are extremes. It is possible that vertical mice can also diversify the load, but I don’t know how they can be used with accuracy and ease of positioning. There is a certain desire to try. I myself didn’t even try to play the trackball, I already have three game mice left. I also didn’t…

  • Doesn't require much getting used to. It turned out to be more convenient in highlighting text. Allows you to reduce the load on the brush. Conveniently lying on the couch to control the output of the image from the computer to the TV (when watching online video).
  • Poor scroll wheel. It infuriates that there are no left-right rockers, which are even on the almost 10-year-old mx400. I'm already silent about the scratching sounds when scrolling .

Revainrating 5 out of 5

One of the best deals, glad I bought this.

The trackball takes some getting used to. Since there was already experience of using it, there were no problems with this. Much more comfortable than a regular mouse. No desire to return at all. The "Up" and "Down" buttons have never been used on any mouse. And the M570 is no exception. Got pros: Fits perfectly in the hand, design, build quality and material Cons below: The scroll wheel is a little. a little blurry scrolling feeling, but that's a nitpick. The price could be less. Once in…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A really necessary purchase, glad I found this product.

I bought a trackball to work with a laptop in a confined space. I was very pleased, the trackball is easy to use and suitable for most tasks, except, perhaps, for a number of games. I like that you can precisely position the cursor with minimal thumb effort. Also, unlike with a mouse, we actually get infinite space to move the cursor around. Where the mouse needs to be taken off the surface and returned to the beginning, we just keep scrolling the ball.

  • Ergonomics, design, build quality, battery life. Cursor positioning accuracy. Less desktop space required than with a mouse. The same work on any surface (more precisely, complete independence from the type of surface). You can link multiple Logitech devices to the same receiver.
  • The model is only suitable for right-handed users. The ball needs to be cleaned quite often.