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8 Reviews for Yumqua Wireless Trackball Mouse

  1. Cascadian

    Been using only a couple hours but so far it lives up to expectations. Has all the right buttons, the track ball is very responsive and precise, and can be used in either hand, though ball control is not as good due to the ball’s small size and light weight (there’s no discernable resistance so you have to be very careful not to graze it in the slightest with your thumb once you’ve placed the cursor, then readjust the mouse in your hand to get a better grip to push the finger button). Got this to relieve stress from using a normal mouse for hours at a time. Probably not a good idea to rely on this or any other one tool for all mouse-type work, better to mix it up with using finger pad/buttons, PgUp/PgDn keys, and a second mouse.One potential problem spot is index finger fatigue because the button spring is rather stiff and you have less of a mechanical advantage due to finger’s position. I was quickly switched to using the tip of my index finger to push the button. Plus, I had to brace the mouse with my thumb every time to get a better grip to push the trigger button, which is distracting and slows me down. The stiff trigger also makes it nearly impossible to click-and drag, a BIG disadvantage if you need to edit text or do any drag-n-dropping. The finger pad/buttons on my laptop are comparatively much more convenient.Also, the normally right-click button, being below the track ball, is less intuitive and convenient than if it were on the right side of the track ball. This design is to make the buttons in the same position for either hand, but I can much more quickly get used to using the buttons of a typical right-hand trackball with my left hand.A better design would be right/left-click buttons on either side of the ball instead of below and trigger finger. This would clear up several issues I have with this mouse.

  2. High Desert Diva

    This was an emergency order to help with arm/hand/wrist/shoulder pain & numbness due to consecutive and extended hours working on client deadline requiring a lot of keyboard and mouse time.Since I I had used trackballs in the past I knew this could help, but all my old trackballs no longer work with Windows 10 so I took the plunge with this wireless mini-handheld-trackball.Notes & Observations:- I tried the “Steel Ball Bearing Trick” that others talk about but I didn’t like the end result. It turns out the ball tracking mechanism is magnetic, and while more accurate, you really have to “push” the ball with your thumb and this was just too much for me with the discomfort I was in. I reinstalled the original plastic coated steel ball and it works well enough and much easier and smoother to push around.- I only use this mouse for basic mouse functions (email navigation, web browsing, PDF management, Excel and Word doc creation, etc. in combination with my keyboard placed in my lap. I DO NOT use this for the fine-control requirements of design programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign as it is too cumbersome in those capacities.- There is no software with this mouse to reassign button function (darn!)- It takes some getting used to, but I managed to get it working right out of the box.- I think the button configuration takes some getting used and for me required a bit of hand shift to access accurately and consistently as needed.- So far very reliable but I see this as a supplemental mouse and not a primary mouse for when your arm needs a break. (Your results may vary)- I think this was designed for smaller hands or with portability in mind. (I have medium hands and I think someone with large hands might have a hard time with this device)- Recommend the wireless version of this device as I am sure a corded one would just be even less versatile to limits of the wire position.- The price is right!

  3. Redwing

    I am a writer and my fingers get very sore, especially the joints of my ‘mouse’ clicker finger. I’ve tried a few ergonomic mice and they were uncomfortable in my small hands. This device does fit snuggly into the hand, the clicker is inside a finger hole, so it’s like pulling a trigger. There is a rollerball that you use with your thumb to navigate around pages and the thumb again is used for the scroller which is behind the rollerball.While I had high hopes for this design, it actually made things worse for me. The extra workout my thumb was getting using the rollerball and scroller put extra pressure on my wrist which began to hurt… increasing carpal tunnel pain. So…unfortunatly although this is a handy device it is not for me.

  4. yabber

    In terms of shape, intuitiveness, ergonomics – this mouse is GREAT. I have a lot of carpal/wrist/muscle issues and this is one of the only mice I can use anymore all day long without feeling pain and allowing me to move more – also better for shoulders.HOWEVER, the first mouse I got from them lasted several years and I took it everywhere – wherever work went. Never had to clean it, never had issues until the end where it got wonky – not responding well with inconsistent response and speed. Nothing worked. Fair enough. Everything gets tired. So I bought another one to replace it with only a few months ago and it’s been wonky from the get-go. VERY disappointed with the quality.This one “behaved” intermittently OK just long enough to not be able to return it anymore. Now, it has the same problems as if it were years old and very used – maybe they shipped me a reject – who knows.I changed batteries, removed the ball to clean, and nothing. I notice the battery always shifts out of its place in the battery compartment (bad design) so I added a spacer and that did nothing either.2 months in, and it functions absolutely inconsistently (which is pretty much useless if you’re trying to work and have deadlines) and therefore really frustrating.If you buy, make sure to return ASAP if it seems a bit “off.”I’d pay more for better quality and functionality that’s actually reliable. :(*WOULD LOVE A REPLACEMENT that works properly*UPDATE: the scrolling wheel started not working right a few months ago now. Kind of a PitA when working on document all day, scrolling is quite important. Scrolling only goes so far before it jerks and scrolls the opposite direction for no reason. I’ve tried cleaning it out with air pressure in case there’s dust in there. I feel these more recent versions are meant to be disposable. 🙁

  5. Paul Dimailig

    Works well enough when I use it, but had the expectation that I would be able to map the buttons to different functions. I tried using software that change mouse button mapping, but 1.) the Enter/Escape buttons can’t be changed as they’re not recognized as mouse buttons – the only way to change the functionality of the Enter/Escape buttons is to change how the keyboard Enter/Escape keys function in the software you’re using (some may not even allow you to change this). And 2.) the two Right-click buttons will always share the same function, so they can only have one function mapped to both of them (I understand this is to allow ambidextrous use, but that’s what mouse button mapping software can accomplish too, without locking them to just a single function).Otherwise still useful if you don’t have a great/ergonomic desk space or are sitting somewhere away from the desktop/laptop, and/or if your TV allows cursor functionality. Just don’t expect to be able to have a total of 5 customizable functions across the 5 different buttons – at most you can get 4 if you also change the Enter/Escape key functionality in software you use (if allowed to do so and if you don’t need them).

  6. Johnson

    If you’ve never used a trackball, they’re not as precise as traditional mice. This isn’t my full time mouse, just a mouse for when my vertical mouse isn’t cutting it. As other reviews have mentioned, I too swapped out the trackball for a 3/4 ball bearing. Highly recommended. You don’t have to drill into the lid to get it open, just something sharp like a pick or scissors to twist with.My only complaint about this mouse is that it’s not possible to hold down the right click or middle click and scroll at the same time. For web browsing or watching videos, this won’t be an issue. If you intend to play video games with this, it could present a challenge.

  7. Don Schwab

    I got my 1st mouse when I had shoulder surgery – I had to use my weak hand to browse the web since my right shoulder was out of action for a while. Really worked way better than expected. Just bought this new mouse, because I wore out the 1st one.

  8. Redwing

    I am a writer and my fingers get very sore, especially the joints of my ‘mouse’ clicker finger. I’ve tried a few ergonomic mice and they were uncomfortable in my small hands. This device does fit snuggly into the hand, the clicker is inside a finger hole, so it’s like pulling a trigger. There is a rollerball that you use with your thumb to navigate around pages and the thumb again is used for the scroller which is behind the rollerball.While I had high hopes for this design, it actually made things worse for me. The extra workout my thumb was getting using the rollerball and scroller put extra pressure on my wrist which began to hurt… increasing carpal tunnel pain. So…unfortunatly although this is a handy device it is not for me.

  9. Japan

    Works perfectly at 3m, comfortable to use, ideal if you suffer wrist ache from prolonged mouse use.Very responsive and accurate with an intuitive design, I’m surprised the big boys haven’t already copied this.I use at home but imagine it’s perfect for travelling, and for presentations.My only criticism is that it takes aaa batteries (included) – USB charging would have been far preferable, and the plastic feels a bit cheap, but still I’d give it 9 out of 10

  10. Liam M.

    I needed this type of mouse for work due to having surgery on my right elbow. It’s been a great asset with this limited range of motion.

  11. Johnson

    If you’ve never used a trackball, they’re not as precise as traditional mice. This isn’t my full time mouse, just a mouse for when my vertical mouse isn’t cutting it. As other reviews have mentioned, I too swapped out the trackball for a 3/4 ball bearing. Highly recommended. You don’t have to drill into the lid to get it open, just something sharp like a pick or scissors to twist with.My only complaint about this mouse is that it’s not possible to hold down the right click or middle click and scroll at the same time. For web browsing or watching videos, this won’t be an issue. If you intend to play video games with this, it could present a challenge.

  12. Meleisha

    I started having bad pain in my right hand and wrist – this was the only mouse that didn’t cause it to flair up during use. It allowed me to have my arm and wrist in whatever more natural, relaxed position I wanted to rest it in.However, the click of the buttons is far too loud, and as a result I’ll probably only use it when my regular upright mouse is too painful to use for the day. I share a working space with others and this would be quite irritating for others to endure.

  13. miss s l kay

    This has helped with my shoulder pain as I can stand with my hands behind my back and use it, or with my hand rested in my lap, not having to reach forward to the desk mouse.The tiny button opposite the left click trigger is a DPI switch – (this stands for “dots per linear inch”), it alters the precision/sensitivity of the mouse. Depress it once and a green light appears behind the scroll wheel, depress it twice and a red light appears, depress it three times and both lights appear. Each setting alters the precision/sensitivity settings to the one you prefer.

  14. yabber

    In terms of shape, intuitiveness, ergonomics – this mouse is GREAT. I have a lot of carpal/wrist/muscle issues and this is one of the only mice I can use anymore all day long without feeling pain and allowing me to move more – also better for shoulders.HOWEVER, the first mouse I got from them lasted several years and I took it everywhere – wherever work went. Never had to clean it, never had issues until the end where it got wonky – not responding well with inconsistent response and speed. Nothing worked. Fair enough. Everything gets tired. So I bought another one to replace it with only a few months ago and it’s been wonky from the get-go. VERY disappointed with the quality.This one “behaved” intermittently OK just long enough to not be able to return it anymore. Now, it has the same problems as if it were years old and very used – maybe they shipped me a reject – who knows.I changed batteries, removed the ball to clean, and nothing. I notice the battery always shifts out of its place in the battery compartment (bad design) so I added a spacer and that did nothing either.2 months in, and it functions absolutely inconsistently (which is pretty much useless if you’re trying to work and have deadlines) and therefore really frustrating.If you buy, make sure to return ASAP if it seems a bit “off.”I’d pay more for better quality and functionality that’s actually reliable. :(*WOULD LOVE A REPLACEMENT that works properly*UPDATE: the scrolling wheel started not working right a few months ago now. Kind of a PitA when working on document all day, scrolling is quite important. Scrolling only goes so far before it jerks and scrolls the opposite direction for no reason. I’ve tried cleaning it out with air pressure in case there’s dust in there. I feel these more recent versions are meant to be disposable. 🙁

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Yumqua Wireless Trackball Mouse

YUMQUA Y-10W Wireless Trackball Mouse offers comfortable and customizable use.

Highlights
Yumqua Wireless Trackball Mouse. 3 months replacement. Ergonomic design. Compatible with multiple OS.
Pros

- Ergonomic design
- Wireless connectivity
- Precision tracking

Cons

- Small size
- Limited buttons
- Short battery life

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$29.98

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// DESCRIPTION

The YUMQUA Y-10W 2.4 GHz Portable Finger Handheld Wireless USB Trackball Mouse is a versatile and convenient device that offers users a range of features and benefits. This wireless handheld mouse design allows for off-table use in the air, without any operating space restrictions, making it ideal for use in a living room multimedia center or any other setting where space is at a premium. With convenient button controls, users can operate this mouse in a variety of body postures, whether sitting, leaning, or lying down.

Users can take advantage of the YUMQUA Y-10W Wireless Trackball Mouse’s compatibility with a wide range of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and Android OS. This makes it a versatile option for users who need a mouse that can work across multiple devices. The mouse also comes with interface options that include PS/2 or USB, providing users with even more flexibility.

// MEDIA GALLERY

// FEATURES

  • 3 Months Free Replacement and After Sale Service
  • Trackball Mouse with Scroll, PS/2 and USB Interface
  • 4 Group DPI Adjustments (400, 600, 800, 1200)
  • Effective Distance within 10M
  • Ergonomic Design to Reduce Wrist Strain
  • Ambidextrous Design for Left and Right-Handed Users
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix, and Android OS
  • // Q & A

    Will this item work with a MicroSoft Surface 2?

    Except for ipad, this mouse works with ALL operating systems, including Apple , Android,windows, Linux, Unix, Mac.

    Are the buttons programmable?

    There are programs that enable you to do that. "X-Mouse" button control is nice. https://www.highrez.co.uk/downloads/XMouseButtonControl.htm

    Does it have a compartment for storing the USB receiver when not in use?

    No, it does not.But the usb sticks magnetically to the underside, you can leave it in laptop.Also, We provide a black velvet-like pouch with a draw string to secure the two items.

    will this work with a logitech unifing reciever?

    No

    Does this product have gyroscope capabilities?

    No, it do not have gyroscope capabilities.


    // SPECS

    BrandYUMQUA
    Series‎FBA_Y-10W-US
    Item model number‎FBA_Y-10W-US
    Hardware Platform‎PC, Mac, Linux
    Operating System‎Windows version, ME, 2000, XP /NT/WIN7/WIN10 operating systems, including MAC OS,Android OS
    Item Weight‎3.52 ounces
    Product Dimensions‎5.12 x 0.39 x 7.09 inches
    Item Dimensions LxWxH‎5.12 x 0.39 x 7.09 inches
    ColorBlack
    Power SourceBattery Powered
    ManufacturerYUMQUA
    Country of OriginChina
    Is Discontinued By Manufacturer‎No
    Date First Available2015, September 22
    Origin Country: ‎China
    Model #: ‎FBA_Y-10W-US
    Discontinued: ‎No
    Yumqua Wireless Trackball Mouse
    released on ‎September 22, 2015

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    The Yumqua Wireless Trackball Mouse is a compact and comfortable alternative to traditional mice, offering a convenient trackball for precision control. With a wireless range of up to 10 meters, it operates via a 2.4GHz USB receiver and is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems. The ergonomic design reduces wrist strain, making it a great option for extended use.

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