Those who are coordinated enough to manage a trackball will appreciate the Kensington SlimBlade. Navigation mode controls scrolling and cursor, while media mode controls volume, play/pause, forward/back, stop and track selection. Finally, view mode pans and zooms in and out and a heads-up display lets you know which mode you are currently using. The trackball is both Mac and PC compatible, connects by USB 2.0 and you can pre-order now for $129.99.
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One of Motorola’s offerings at the CES is its MOTOSURF A310. The smartphone features a touchscreen with the company’s new widget-based home screen which includes an auto-updating RSS reader. Running on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, it also has trackball navigation, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support, a microSD card slot and a 3 mp auto-focus camera. The A3100 will start out in Asia and China, while the rest of us will have to wait until it finds its way further.
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