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I have been using the Kensington Trackball for many years and have been very happy with their comfort and quality. My current model is the Expert Mouse which has a 2" trackball, there are others with smaller trackballs, just depends on personal fit and preference. The stationary trackball vs. the moving mouse has always been a more comfortable solution for me.

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i use a wacom intuos pro m. ill never use a mouse again. my hand stoped going numb, i dont have sholder aches any more either. i also use an xkeys jog and shuffle.
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Eduardo Rolon
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Hiiii guys,,,
I am having a few shoulder issues and considering changing from a conventional mouse to a track ball type.
Does anyone have a recommendation or any feedback at all ?
Thank you.
eduardo rolón AIA NCARB
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