Take Half Off Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse

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William English co-created the first mouse in 1968. He died this past week but left quite a legacy. Imagine where we’d be without the computer mouse! The tech landscape would look much different. You can honor his invention by picking up a Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse at more than half off the regular price.

The M570 allows you to stop worrying about having the desk landscape for your mouse to travel. The trackballs stays put and allows you to move around your screen with precise control. An integrated scroll wheel and easy-to-reach back/forward buttons allow further control.

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The Logitech Unifying receiver ships with the Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse. This plugs into your laptop and stays there for a wireless connection, eliminating the need to unplug it when you’re on the go. You can also add a compatible keyboard or number pad to this, eliminating the hassle of multiple USB receivers.

It also has an ergonomic shape to keep your hand comfortable throughout the day. The mouse will last up to 18 months without the need to change the batteries, though the battery indicator will help ensure that the battery doesn’t run out without you being aware.

Take $31 off this wireless trackball mouse and pay just $28.99.

Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball Mouse

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  1. I’ve been using this mouse since the day it came out, I don’t know how many years ago. I absolutely refuse to use anything else because I just can’t stand the lifting, flopping, dropping, moving all over creation and back just to move the cursor an inch or two (yes, I know I’m exaggerating, but not by much!).

    This mouse has been nothing but a boon for me. My 82 year old mom likes it over the old corded mice too.

  2. Why no left-handed version of this? I used to use an ambidextrous trackball, but it was AT and there was no USB version when I needed it. Now I’d need a wireless version. I know we are only 12% of the population but we are over-represented in high-tech (I guess because we are odd-balls!)

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