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http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouseandkeyboard/ProductDetails.aspx?pid=136&active_tab=overview

check it out
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Looks very lush. Optical and lazer?
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Need more data.
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it uses bluetrak, supposedly its not optical or lazer, but it can track on every surface including glass. I haven't had any experience testing this new technology. But I am getting the comfort mouse 4500 soon, which uses the same sensor so I will know how good bluetrak is.

Here are the technical specs:
Mouse Tracking System
Microsoft-proprietary BlueTrack™ Technology
Imaging Rate
Dynamically adaptable to 8000 frames per second
X-Y Resolution
1000 points per inch (39.4 points per millimeter)
Tracking Speed
Up to 72 inches (1829 millimeters) per second
Maximum Acceleration
28G

specs look good though
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http://www.esreality.com/index.php?a=post&id=1872116#pid1872116

Sensor sucks, Polling rate seems locked. Bluetrack = Optical.
Edited by Skylit - 3/8/11 at 1:14pm
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I'm jealous of that low LOD. damn u razer
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post #7 of 39
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Originally Posted by cuad;12658648 
I'm jealous of that low LOD. damn u razer

Justs do the magic tape trick. Puts it down to 1.2mm.
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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020;12658813 
Justs do the magic tape trick. Puts it down to 1.2mm.

I put a piece of scotch tape over my sensor yesterday but it started scratching my mouse pad which was beyond irritating to I took it off. frown.gif
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post #9 of 39
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Originally Posted by cuad;12658857 
I put a piece of scotch tape over my sensor yesterday but it started scratching my mouse pad which was beyond irritating to I took it off. frown.gif

Put another pair of mouse feet on the DA. which is recommended for the stratching anyways. Buys some hyperglides.
post #10 of 39
I have a blue track 3500 for my netbook and I like it. It works very well on most surfaces. Mine does not like glass, nor something extremely textured. I went back and used a regular optical mouse and thats when I really noticed a difference. The fact that my mouse no longer was nearly as responsive as it was before when I was using it on random surfaces. So I like it alot. But I also really like my deathadder.
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