New Logitech Mouse uses Laser Technology

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The laser light used in the MX 1000 relies on a short wavelength; the MX 1000 mouse is approximately 20 times more sensitive to surface details than conventional optical mice, according to the company. The result is that the mouse works even on surfaces like ceramic tile, lacquered furniture, metal, photo paper or opaque gl@$$ unlike normal optical mouse.

Logitech says the $79 MX 1000 is the first commercial mouse to come with a laser. The company will introduce a new line of keyboards later in the month, company spokesman Nathan Papadopulos said.

The MX 1000 features 10 control buttons, including a button in the thumb holster that enables users to switch applications. Horizontal navigation is also possible by nudging the scroll wheel, a feature in Microsoft mice.

New Logitech MX1000 uses Laser technology
 

Sushubh

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my wireless keyboard does need to visit the doctor. :cry: i wish it had laser eyes ;)
 


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we really need to get everything wireless!!!i really get annoyed looking at the back of my PC...the bunch of wires... :angry:
 
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Be prepared for looking after batteries for every device then...:lol:
 


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Yea, if u scatter them all along the floor !!! :DNo applicable if its packed behind the table.
 

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more than 2 billion people use mobiles. they run on batteries. i believe a mouse is not that big a deal. i have a mx700. it works excellent for me.
 
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Seems we would get mobiles at the rates of mice !!! :DWaiting for that day to come in India...Mobiles for Rs. 200/- :lol: