Biggest Trackball Brands
Logitech currently produces two models, including the best selling Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball and the trackball that started it all for me, the Logitech Marble Trackman. But their older trackballs are still a good option if you get them on eBay, for example the Logitech Cordless Optical TrackMan, Logitech Cordless Trackman Wheel, Logitech Trackman Wheel Optical, Logitech TrackMan FX Trackball and Logitech TrackMan FX Trackball Cordless.
Other Trackball Brands
CST is a family business based in the USA, which produces high quality trackballs in the premium price segment. I’m currently testing their flagship model CST2545-5W (GL) L-Trac Glow Laser Trackball soon, so stay tuned for the full review. You can find CST trackballs on Amazon, ranging from $80 to $140.
Elecom is a Japanese brand which produces a few nice looking trackballs, both finger-operated (DEFT) and thumb-operated (EX-G) models, and some wireless models. Find them on Amazon.com. I’m currently testing the Elecom M-XT3DRBK wireless and Elecom M-DT2DRBK wireless and will post the full reviews soon. I already made a complete overview of all Elecom trackball models.
Sanwa is a Japanese brand which sells two thumb-operated trackballs (I didn’t review these yet) and a finger operated trackball, read review here.
Microsoft used the be a big player in the trackball world. Comfort was always built into their upper end trackball mouse, as were speed, accuracy, durability and compatibility. Microsoft currently doesn’t produce any trackball mice anymore but the ones still left for sale online are highly priced because of their quality status of a well built trackball.
Trackball Reviews by Brand
Kensington trackball mouse reviews
Logitech trackball mouse reviews
Microsoft trackball mouse reviews
CST trackball mouse reviews
Speedlink trackball mouse reviews
Adesso trackball mouse reviews
Sanwa trackball mouse reviews