Mice get firmware upgrades too

Subject: General Tech | November 15, 2005 - 03:09 PM |

CoolTechZone has published a brief article on what Razer has done to their mice to fix a tracking problem found in their mice, and Logitech's response to the same issue.

"If you've read our interview with Logitech, you'll realize that Razer remedied much of the

surface tracking problems by issuing a firmware upgrade, which is currently not possible with

Logitech mice due to quality assurance issues, according to Logitech. However, the world's most

influential peripherals maker could look at this solution down the road."

Here is some more Tech News from around the web:

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    TARGET="_blank">Logitech G5 & G7 @ A1 Electronics

  • Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3100 Keyboard and Mouse Duo @ BonaFideReviews
  • Logitech MX5000 Cordless Laser Desktop Review @ XYZ Computing

  • Sunbeamtech
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  • TARGET="_blank">Das Keyboard - UberGeeks Only @ PimpRig

  • TARGET="_blank">BTC 6301URF Low Profile Keyboard & Optical Mouse Combo @ Techniz

  • TARGET="_blank">FlexiGlow CyberSnipa Gamepad Review @ Virtual-Hideout

  • TARGET="_blank">Cyber SnipaT PC Game Pad Review @ nV news

  • Source: CoolTechZone

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