Kensington made a brand new wi-fi model of its SlimBlade trackball mouse
Kensington’s new model of its SlimBlade trackball mouse has an enormous enchancment over the unique mannequin: wi-fi connectivity. With the SlimBlade Pro, which Kensington announced on Tuesday, you’ll be capable of join the trackball to your PC or Mac through Bluetooth or with a 2.4GHz wi-fi dongle (via 9to5Mac).
Kensington claims the SlimBlade Pro will be capable of stand up to 4 months of battery life on a single cost, so it’s best to be capable of use the trackball for fairly some time earlier than needing to plug it in. The dongle has a helpful storage spot on the underside of the trackball if you wish to maintain it out of sight. And should you desire protecting your mouse or trackball hooked as much as your pc on a regular basis, the SlimBlade Pro works with a wired connection, too, due to a built-in USB-C port.
The SlimBlade Pro in any other case affords many options accessible on the unique SlimBlade. The massive purple trackball on the Pro remains to be 55mm in diameter, and Kensington says you’ll be able to scroll simply by twisting it. (I’m personally quite curious how effectively this works; I used to be an enormous fan of the bodily scroll wheel on the Expert Mouse.) You’ll additionally be capable of customise what every button does with the KensingtonWorks software program, which might be a helpful method to personalize the trackball mouse in your wants.
You can order the SlimBlade Pro now in North America from Kensington’s on-line retailer for $119.99. The authentic wired-only SlimBlade remains to be accessible, too, for $10 cheaper.
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