Looking for a left handed trackball mouse?

Finding the best trackball mouse is a tedious task especially when you have never given trackball mice a try, thus not sure of what to expect from the mouse. Being a left-handed, looking for the best mouse to your need will only be more laborious considering the few amount of trackball mice available on the market.

With the aim to help you narrow down to find the best left-handed trackball mouse, we will present two of the most popular trackball mice, once from Logitech and one from Kensington.

Left handed trackball mice

ELECOM Left-handed Wireless trackball mouse


The ELECOM M-XT4DRBK is one of the great choices on the market right now when it comes to selecting a good left-handed trackball mouse. Unlike its counterparts in this article, it is a thumb-base trackball mouse.

If you would rather like to control your mouse with your thumb, this one of the rarest trackball mouse that will let you do it as a left-handed person.

This mouse features 6 buttons, weights 3.5 ounces and is wireless.

This is the perfect left-handed alternative to the Logitech M570. This product holds up well over extensive use.

This mouse has a DPI switch that allows selecting between low and high. You might need to read the reviews to hear what other think about it after using it.

Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse

left-handed-trackball-mouseLogitech has a bunch of trackball mouse under its belt, and the trackman Marble is one of then that happens to be for both right-handed and left-handed.

This mouse comes in USB and also has PS2 version. it features 4 programmable buttons, two on the left side of the mouse, and 2 on the right side.

With its large fingertip-controlled trackball, you will be able to move the cursor smoothly and accurately without moving your hand or wrist.

This one if one of the few that is designed to be Ambidextrous.

Compared to Thumb-based control trackball mouse, these have over the time proven to be the most easy to use, mostly due to the dexterity of your forefingers as compared to the thumb.

The major disadvantage of this mouse is that is lack the scroll wheel. Apart from the four programmable buttons and its trackball, it has nothing primary dedicated to scrolling. You will need to program some the button to help cover this flaw.

Kensington Orbit Wireless Trackball Mouse (K72352US)

left-handed-trackball-mouseThe Kensington orbit K72352US is the one I have selected to feature in this post as one of the best left-handed trackball mice though most Kensington trackballs are ambidextrous (both for right-handed and for left-handed).

This trackball mouse features a touch scroll ring located all around the trackball. it is a wireless mouse, a plus compared to the Logitech trackman Marble.

One of the downsides of this mouse as compared to the Logitech trackman marble is that, though its two buttons are programmable, you won’t have any other: it has only two buttons.

Feel free to check the list of some of the most popular trackball mice on the market to discover other Kensington ambidextrous mice.