When good mice go bad
Subject: General Tech | November 23, 2005 - 02:47 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Try high accuracy mice on a variety of surfaces and you may smell a rat. The manufacturers are not trying to weasel you out of your money, they are trying to find a solution, so try not to be too shrewish, and constantly badger them with complaints. In fact, you otter head to CoolTechZone, to read up on their findings from 2 compaines, Logitech and Razer, to see just what is up.
"In a brief commentary, Razer confirmed that the current variant of laser technology does indeed
work best with smooth surfaces, but similar to Logitech, it's working on supporting as many
tracking surfaces as possible. Instead of altering various settings in the software to remedy the
tracking issue, Razer has issued a firmware to distribute more power to the laser, which does
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
TARGET="_blank">Readers Annoyed with Laser Technology in Gaming Mice @ CoolTechZone.com
- The Black Knight
HP Gaming Mouse Pad @ A True Review
Cyborg Evo Force Joystick @ ThinkComputers.org
TARGET="_blank">Startech SV411KA KVM @ Overclockers Online
Eclipse Illuminated Keyboard @ ThinkComputers.org
G7 Laser Cordless Mouse Review @ Hardware Pacers
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