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Anonymous: Best? How do you work it? If you put your finger on the buttons in normal fashion, your would have to use your pinky finger to turn the ball, and you could only reach it if your pinky was an inch longer than your other fingers... No, I will stick with the old style MS Optical, even if they are selling over $200, used. Apr 6, 13
Anonymous: Are you maybe supposed to use your middle or ring finger for the ball? Now that's real control.... RIGHT... I don't know but this sure is not designed for a human being, is it? Any finger can push a button, but you can only get full control of the mouse pointer (ball) with your thumb or to lesser degree with your index finger. So why don't they make them that way? Apr 6, 13
Anonymous: The middle finger runs the trackball, and that is what gives it it's precision. If you don't think humans can use them, then why are so many humans driving up the price on this discontinued item?http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00005853Z/sr=/qid=/ref=olp_tab_used?ie=UTF8&colid=&coliid=&condition=used&me=&qid=&seller=&sr= Apr 13, 13
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