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Logitech M570 Trackman Wireless Trackball Mouse, 2.4GHz with Unifying USB-Receiver, Scroll Wheel, Programmable Buttons, 18-Month Battery Life, PC /…

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Logitech M570 Trackman Wireless Trackball Mouse, 2.4GHz with Unifying USB-Receiver, Scroll Wheel, Programmable Buttons, 18-Month Battery Life, PC /…
Logitech M570 Trackman Wireless Trackball Mouse, 2.4GHz with Unifying USB-Receiver, Scroll Wheel, Programmable Buttons, 18-Month Battery Life, PC /…

£24.99

Description

  • Stop chasing a mouse around : Your trackball stays in one place and puts control under your thumb, so you don’t have to move your arm to move your cursor. And its ergonomic shape supports your hand for comfortable control all day long
  • Wireless Unifying Receiver : This trackball includes the Logitech Unifying receiver. The tiny wireless USB receiver stays in your laptop, so there’s no need to unplug it when you move around. Plus, you can easily add a compatible keyboard, number pad or mouse – without the hassle of multiple USB receivers
  • Long Battery Life : You can go for up to 18 months without changing batteries. Plus the convenient battery indicator helps to ensure that you’ll never be caught off guard
  • Versatile : You get precise cursor control wherever you want to use your trackball mouse. Hard tables, comfy sofas and lumpy beds are all no problem for the Logitech M570
  • Easy to Use : The integrated scroll wheel and easy-to-reach Back/Forward buttons make control simple, whether you’re Web surfing on a laptop or navigating a home-theatre Windows PC
  • Upgrade to MX Ergo Trackball for greater comfort : adjustable hinge, more natural hand position, USB/Bluetooth, soft rubber grips, horizontal scrolling
  • Stop chasing a mouse around : Your trackball stays in one place and puts control under your thumb, so you don’t have to move your arm to move your cursor. And its ergonomic shape supports your hand for comfortable control all day long
  • Note : In case of Wireless mouse, the USB receiver will be provided inside or along with the mouse
  • Wireless Unifying Receiver : This trackball includes the Logitech Unifying receiver. The tiny wireless USB receiver stays in your laptop, so there’s no need to unplug it when you move around. Plus, you can easily add a compatible keyboard, number pad or mouse – without the hassle of multiple USB receivers
  • Long Battery Life : You can go for up to 18 months without changing batteries. Plus the convenient battery indicator helps to ensure that you’ll never be caught off guard

Additional information

Specification: Logitech M570 Trackman Wireless Trackball Mouse, 2.4GHz with Unifying USB-Receiver, Scroll Wheel, Programmable Buttons, 18-Month Battery Life, PC /…

Platform
Operating System

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General
Brand

‎Logitech

Specification
Voltage

‎1.5 Volts

Batteries

‎1 AA batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎910-001882

Manufacturer

Series

‎M570 Wireless Trackball

Color

Form Factor

‎Right

Processor Count

‎1

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR3 SDRAM

Wireless Type

‎802.11a

Product Dimensions

‎9.5 x 4.5 x 14.5 cm, 200 Grams

Hardware Platform

‎PC

Supported Software

‎Ja

Battery description

‎AA

Average Battery Life in hours

‎100 Hours

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎4.9 Watt Hours

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries packed with equipment

Lithium Battery Voltage

‎100 Volts

Lithium Battery Weight

‎0.85 Grams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

‎1

Item Weight

‎200 g

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Logitech M570 Trackman Wireless Trackball Mouse, 2.4GHz with Unifying USB-Receiver, Scroll Wheel, Programmable Buttons, 18-Month Battery Life, PC /…

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  1. Jenny Lewis

    I’ve used the old Logitech M570 trackball for years and although I was not happy with its long term operating life, I could find no superior alternative until they came up with the MX Ergo. There was one review which said the ball action was jerky from the still position and when I started using the MX I thought that seemed to be true, but ongoing use seems to have smoothed out whatever was causing the stutter and now it has a silky smooth action. The hinge base seems very solidly built with a magnetic attachment but honestly once it is in the 20° position there seems no need to ever put it back flat again. If I had known that this angle made the unit so much more comfortable to use, I’d have rigged the old M570s to have some sort of wedge base under them! I rarely use any of the minor buttons but the scroll wheel and the main buttons seem robust although only time will tell as they were the main cause of failure on the older model. Overall I am very enthusiastic about the unit in…

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  2. Stephen D

    First off I do/did really like it and actually bought a 2nd for work & home but there has been 4 vulnerabilities just found with Logitech’s Unifying USB receivers that this mouse needs to connect to. They only plan to fix 2 of them next month and NOT FIX the remaining 2 vulnerabilities. .

    These vulnerabilities will allow keystroke injection attacks, record keystrokes, and take control of compromised systems. The only “slight positive” is they require attackers to have physical access. But in a work environment with many people passing through (colleagues, cleaners, delivery men…etc), I would not take the chance to use this device anymore.

    It is probably more a concern for their wireless keyboards (which I also have 2 of) but still not worth the chance of using the mouse in a work environment till the 4 issues are all fixed.

    Search for the bug references for more info: CVE-2019-13054 (they will fix next month), CVE-2019-13055 (they will fix next month), CVE-2019-13052 (they wont fix)…

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  3. Chris C

    Great until the left button starts turning single clicks into double clicks (for me about 2 years, for many others event less). There are instructions available to “re-tension” the spring underneath the button but we shouldn’t have to do that for a relatively new product. The issue has been known for ages so why Logitech is not sorting it out is a mystery. Avoid this mouse.

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  4. Igor Zeds

    I have to mirror other people’s reviews; this is a good improvement over the M570 (so far! – only a week of around 10 hours a day use) minus the price.

    Logitech’s earlier wired thumb-ball lasted me over 4 years until I stupidly gave it away and purchased an M570 thinking it an upgrade. 6 x M570’s in ~6 years, a 100% failure rate, and they all failed for the same reason; button problems! All 6 suffered double left-clicking issues from 6-18 months after purchase which was disappointing, and a couple also suffered from the “back”/”forward” buttons seizing too.

    If the switches last more than a few years, at least, then I’d recommend the MX Ergo over the M570 hands down. I like the change of angle, the buttons feel much nicer and are customisable, and there’s also more buttons – with many possible functions!

    Edit: 05/12/17
    So far things are ok. The first small issue I’m having at the moment is, I assume, to do with the power savings/low energy modes. Often I’ll be through reading a page and…

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