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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

BlueTrack technology Mouse

BlueTrack technology Mouse

Microsoft has introduced its three latest mice that feature with the BlueTrack technology. The BlueTrack Technology is the world most advanced tracking technology, the light beam emanating from the bottom of the mouse is four times larger than the common laser beam used in most of the standard mice. With this technology, it enables to capture a larger image and offers better reflection of the surface over red light and laser. It also works on virtually any surface including carpet, wood table, and armrest at the airport, granite kitchen counter except on the clear glass or mirrored surfaces.

The Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 comes with a Nano transceiver stick, which is less than a centimeter from the USB port. It is a bit smaller in size and convenient the users to pick and best fit in any compact environment.
The Wireless Mouse 2000 comes with a mini-transceiver that placed into the bottom of the mouse when on the go. It is a full size mouse and best to use on larger space such like on the table, bed and so on. It is available in gray color. The Comfort Mouse 4500 has been designed with an ergonomic shape and it is the first wired mouse with BlueTrack technology. The wired Comfort Mouse 4500 helps to eliminate the trouble on frequent battery changes.

According to Microsoft, in a BlueTrack technology mouse, the sensor, the light and the component configuration are optimized for the best possible surface image for a variety of conditions. BlueTrack Technology provides the mouse ASIC and the computer with exceptionally accurate and detailed information for advanced tracking on almost any surface.

A BlueTrack technology mouse uses a Microsoft-designed complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) chip with advanced algorithms and pixel architecture for more precise tracking. It is Microsoft's fourth-generation application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) using CMOS technology.
Proprietary high-angle imaging optics generate more exact surface images - even of shiny surfaces such as granite and marble - instead of blurry, out-of-focus images, as can be produced by many of the leading laser mice. And blue light helps create high-resolution, high-contrast images for better navigation. The wider beam enables illumination of a larger surface area and allows more light to return to the sensor. This helps for tracking on irregular surfaces such as carpet, where a smaller beam could get lost between the individual fibers.


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