Is your company in the market for new mice and trackballs for its office? Although a computer mouse might be small, it's not insignificant. When purchasing mice and trackballs for your company, features such as programmable buttons and ergonomics can make a subtle difference that improves the efficiency and morale of your staff. If you find that a regular mouse just doesn't cut it, a PC trackball might be just the hardware your workstations need to make them complete. Improvements on the traditional design expand it past the wired, two-button form as well.
The mice from Microsoft, HP, and Logitech use the USB port, which makes them compatible with more devices, even those that do not have the PS/2 interface. Each of these manufacturers offers wireless mice and trackballs that work well with both desktops and notebooks. If you worry about unsightly wire clutter, then it only makes sense to go wireless. Optical mice also work with almost any surface, so they're travel friendly.
A PC trackball offers another input option. Essentially, this inverted mouse allows your staff to control their machines via touch. Modern trackballs include multiple buttons and proprietary features, allowing your employees to click, select, and perform every action that a traditional computer mouse is capable of. Plus, the stationary trackball doesn't require you to move your arm, which reduces strain and results in increased comfort while decreasing the need for flat desk space. Integration into keyboards makes trackballs even more convenient.