Logitech M570 price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見
Price List by Country for Logitech M570
|Product Type||Trackball Mouse|
|Design||Right Handed Mouse|
|Number of Keys||5|
|Mac OS X||Yes|
|Energy Saving Mode||No|
Reviewed on 2019-06-25
Long battery life, Incredibly comfortable, Won't damage desk
Quite large, Takes some getting used to
Lifewire / Gannon BurgettLong battery lifeIncredibly comfortableWon't damage deskQuite largeTakes some getting used toThe Logitech M570 is a retro mouse that brings back the trackball, improving long-term comfort and ergonomics.Lifewire / Ga...Read more >
Reviewed on 2018-01-08
Logitech MX Ergo & MX Ergo Plus vs M570 vs ELECOM: The Battle of the ‘BallsWhile the sad fact of the matter is that mice grab both the lions share of the spot light and sales they are just not as effective a tool as the lowly trackball. A good trackball c...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-08-16
Comfortable over a long period of time, users won't need to move their hands, arm and shoulder like they do with mouse, Precise cursor control: some people think the feature is impossible with a trackball but in fact, it is possible, Works on any surface:...
It takes some time to get used to using the trackball, Browser buttons are placed far from users' fingers, The buttons make relatively loud clicking noises, Update: I used the M570 for 3 years until I had some problems with its left button as it didn't re...
Honestly I had no idea what a trackball is until I got my hands on the Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 that I received for review. For anyone hasn't noticed about the accessory, trackball is an input method using a ball hold in a socket to detect movemen...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-07-12
We know what you're thinking. "A trackball review, really?" Don't knock it until you've tried it. Trackballs may be old technology, but that doesn't mean that can't be refreshed with the latest innovations. The Logitech M570 has been a long time coming si...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-04-01
If you're a long time reader of VH, then you all know by now that I hate mice. Literally, I just don't use mice, I don't personally review mice, nor do I get excited by a mouse. I am however completely addicted to my thumb controlled trackball. Way bac...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-02-23
Extremely comfortable, Extremely forgiving for beginners, yet highly rewarding for veteran trackball users, Long battery life, Great looks, Lightweight design, Storage built into the battery compartment for the Unifying dongle
Right handed device only, Learning curve can be daunting for first time trackball users, Slick surface too slippery for smaller hands, Forward & Backward button locations does take some getting used to, Click wheel is loud and less than perfect compared to most Logitech mice......
Tweet While "ergonomic mice" have been hogging the limelight recently, the fact still remains that there was one peripheral that was, is and probably always will be the gold standard against which all ergonomic devices are measured: the trackball. The ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-10-11
Good feature set. Solid performance. Comfortable, natural design. Plug and play experience.
Scroll wheel and browser buttons placed a little too far forward for tiny hands. Scroll wheel was too resistant.
The classic trackball mouse belongs to a niche crowd, but after using one, it's hard to go back to the more mainstream point-and-click method of navigation. Logitech has introduced a new wireless trackball solution (via USB adapter) into this underrepr...Read more >
Reviewed on 2017-09-13
With its big rolypoly ball and huge hand rest, the venerable trackball mouse looks like a holdover from 1996. Or maybe 1946 — that's the first time a trackball was used as an input device in a computer. Its popularity has waned since the introduction of...Read more >