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Microsoft Explorer Mouse mice RF Wireless BlueTrack

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The mouse is the second most important way of communicating with a computer. Please be careful to choose the right type of connection when buying a mouse, there are three different types:- USB is the most modern. You can recognize it by the rectangular connector.- PS/2 connectors are round. This type of connection is fairly commonly used in PCs.- Bluetooth is another modern (wireless) connection method.
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Microsoft Explorer Mouse, BlueTrack, RF Wireless

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Microsoft Explorer Mouse. Movement detection technology: BlueTrack, Device interface: RF Wireless, Buttons quantity: 3

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-02 00:21:53
Testseek has collected 46 expert reviews for Microsoft Explorer Mouse mice RF Wireless BlueTrack and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
82%
Source Review comments Score
macworld.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
They might seem old fashioned, but trackball mice have one thing going for them: so long as there is a solid surface, you can always use a trackball mouse and it will work. However, when you need high precision tracking and speed, optical and laser mic...
Good Solid feel; good tracking reliability; efficient battery recharging.
Bad Finicky scrolling; awkward left-hand use. Min specs: Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar), 10.3 (Panther), 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard)...
80%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Product Code: 5AA-00004 Microsoft may be the worlds biggest software company, but it has fingers in the hardware peripherals pie too. The company enjoys a profitable sideline making keyboards and mice, and the Microsoft Explorer Mouse seems likely t...
Bottom line Comfortable to use, reasonably good-looking and proficient in the wireless department, the Microsoft Explorer Mouse is a thoroughly decent piece of kit. David Price Lowest online price: ££42.50 Buy it now: click here...
80%
gadgetrepublic.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Computer mice have come a long way in the past decade. They have, for the most part, lost their tail but now they can move on virtually any surface. (Remember when the x and y coordinates were moved about on screen by a metal ball encased in rubber - h...
0%
digitalversus.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft has launched a new technology called BlueTrack. It claims to work on virtually any surface, including granite ,carpet and rough-grain wood. The idea behind this is that many people dont use their computer at a desk any more. Instead, they...
Good Charging Station, Works on virtually any surface, Two thumb buttons, Bulky, but welldesigned and comfortable...
Bad No customisation for gamers, Logitechs USB Dongle is smaller, Scroll wheel on Logitech mice is easier to use...
100%
theregister.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
The scroll wheel could do with standing a little more proud of the device in order to make moving left and right across documents easier and the USB dongle doesn't lie flush when clipped into the underside of the mouse for storage – and that's the only way of turning the mouse off – but, ultimately, these are peripheral grumblings. Microsoft also supplies a mains...
95%
webuser.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsofts latest mouse is a wireless, rechargeable device that sits comfortably under your palm. As well as left, right and central wheel buttons, it has a couple of thumb buttons – one to send your browser back, the other to open a magnifier, thoug...
92%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
The best a mouse can get? A superb mouse, if you dont mind shelling out for it. Once upon a time, mice had balls. Then they got LEDs instead, producing the familiar red optical mouse glow. More recently, some mice have replaced the LEDs with lasers...
80%
pocket-lint.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Good Really does work anywhere...
Bad Aside from the BlueTrack tech it is nothing special...
Bottom line As a mouse the Microsoft Explorer is your average mouse. Its comfortable, easy to use, but nothing out of the ordinary...
70%
computeractive.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Most of us will have had problems with our mice before, such as poor tracking, where mouse movements the user makes are not reflected by the pointer on the screen.Modern 'optical' mice use a beam of light or an invisible laser to track movement. With m...
Bottom line If you have a mouse problem, the Explorer will banish the blues...
60%
alphr.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
In technological terms, the evolution of the humble mouse has been an incredibly slow one: it's taken over 30 years for the ball mouse to be replaced by now-prevalent laser technology. Microsoft, though, has tried to speed up the evolutionary process w...
Bottom line A pleasingly comfortable mouse to use, but the BlueTrak technology comes at a premium most won't need to pay...
83%
stuff.co.nz
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2011-11-08 00:05:24
The Microsoft Explorer mouse ($149) has a very slick modern looking design and is comfortable to hold for long periods of time. The mouse has a black rubber non-slip grip that follows the shape of your hand and five buttons and a scroll wheel - all of...
80%
pcworld.co.nz
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2011-11-08 00:05:25
Mouse technology has been relatively stagnant over the last few years – there’s been the occasional upgrade in laser or infrared, but new features normally consisted of higher DPIs or a million customisable buttons. The techs at Microsoft, however, we...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2011-11-08 00:05:25
Good BlueTrack technology is more precise, nice design, easy button configuration, Mac OS X support...
Bad Not ambidextrous, no DPI stepping, large grip...
Bottom line This mouse combines precise tracking technology with a decent design. For the average user the mouse certainly isn’t revolutionary, but it’s a reasonable cost for a decent improvement in precision...
80%
macworld.fr
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Le constructeur Microsoft innove sur le segment des souris avec un nouveau capteur BlueTrack. Ce dernier utilise la technologie optique (une caméra) associée à une LED de couleur bleue pour mieux différencier les défauts de la surface. En pratique, ce...
Good Ergonomie, Qualité des matériaux, Design, Compatible avec beaucoup de surfaces à lexception du verre et des miroirs...
Bad Récepteur imposant qui ne se loge pas entièrement dans la souris, Molette non crantée pouvant déplaire à certains, Uniquement pour les droitiers...
Bottom line Si le capteur des nouvelles souris de Microsoft est précis, il ne justifie pas à lui seul le changement de modèle. Heureusement, les souris Microsoft sont de qualité avec une bonne ergonomie et un touché agréable. On regrettera tout de même la taille...
70%
clubic.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Après quelques semaines de teasing sur ses sites Internet, Microsoft levait le voile en début de mois sur sa nouvelle technologie BlueTrack à destination des souris. La division matérielle du...
0%
01net.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
A partir du 15 octobre 2008, Microsoft lâchera dans les rayons ses deux nouveaux mulots, les Explorer Mini Mouse et Explorer Mouse. Largument principal qui plaide en faveur de ces souris, et qui ferait toute la différence, nest autre que la nouvelle...
Good Technologie BlueTrack...
Bad Rien...
Bottom line A partir du 15 octobre 2008, Microsoft lâchera dans les rayons ses deux nouveaux mulots, les Explorer Mini Mouse et Explorer Mouse. Largument principal qui plaide en faveur de ces souris, et qui ferait toute la différence, nest autre que la nouvelle...
0%
Lesnumeriques.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Au lancement des souris laser, les constructeurs, tous y compris Microsoft, hurlaient au miracle : le laser tient sur toutes les surfaces, alors que la LED rouge devient folle très souvent dès qu'elle quitte le tapis de souris. Et c'est...
Good Socle de recharge, Tenue parfaite sur tous supports, Deux boutons sous le pouce, Imposante mais confortable et jolie...
Bad Pas d'option pour joueur : dpi ajustable, fréquence plus élevée, Connecteur plus encombrant que chez Logitech, Molette moins agréable que chez Logitech...
Bottom line Microsoft rejoint un peu les lignes futuristes des souris Logitech. Après, là où l'un mise sur des molettes intelligentes, l'autre (Microsoft) avance un capteur un peu plus doué sur les surfaces difficiles...
100%
digitale-generation.de
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Nach Kugel, LED und Laser steht nun ein Nachfolger für diese Technologien vor der Tür: Die BlueTrack-Technologie in Microsofts neuer Explorer-Maus. Gegenüber der Laser- und LED-Technik soll sie auf wesentlich mehr Untergründen funktionieren. Zudem soll...
Bottom line Die Explorer-Maus ist etwas unhandlich, was die Seitentasten betrifft. Dafür aber sehr flexibel bei der Untergrundwahl und bietet optimalen Komfort durch die hohe Funkreichweite. Insgesamt betrachtet ist es in jedem Fall eine gute Maus.Wertung: 84%(nAo...
84%
computerbild.de
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Sie wollten schon immer mal mit der Maus über Spanplatten und Sofakissen düsen? Die BlueTrack-Mäuse von Microsoft sollen im Gegensatz zu Laser- oder Rotlicht-Mäusen auch auf exotischen Oberflächen funktionieren. Ob das funktioniert, verrät der Test anh...
0%
netzwelt.de
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft schickt die Lasermaus in Rente. Eine neue Abtast-Technik mit dem Namen "BlueTrack" soll so exakt wie eine Lasermaus arbeiten und auf sämtlichen Oberflächen, wie beispielsweise Granit, Marmor oder gebeiztem Holz, funktionieren. Lasermäuse o...
0%
bitcity.it
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Un mouse molto comodo da usare, grazie alla particolare forma ergonomica, e caratterizzato dalla tecnologia BlueTrack che ne permette il funzionamento sulla quasi totalità delle superfici. Queste sono due delle caratteristiche di cui dispone il Microso...
Good Forma ergonomica, tecnologia BlueTrack, funzione di lente d'ingrandimento, movimento fluido e veloce della rotella di scrolling...
Bad Non adatto a utenti mancini...
85%
pctuner.net
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft è da sempre presente con forza nel mercato delle periferiche di input con diversi modelli di mouse e tastiere adatti un po’ per tutti gli utilizzi. Ma i tempi cambiano, le tecnologie migliorano e il colosso di Redmond non vuole certo resta...
Bottom line L’Explorer Mouse si dimostra l’ennesimo prodotto riuscito di casa Microsoft. Compatto, ergonomicamente corretto, esteticamente raffinato, il modello in questione riesce a porsi con successo sulle scrivanie di un gran numero di utenti, dal prof...
0%
komputer.dk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Vi var glade for Microsofts Bluetrack-mus til bærbare, og denne lidt større model imponerer også. Flot ser den ud med sin sølvgrå overflade og det blå lys, som strømmer ud fra undersiden, når den har været placeret i opladeren. Takket være musens Bluet...
80%
gear-online.dk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Har man som producent lavet et skod-produkt er der et klassisk husråd. Prop en masse frækt blåt LED-lys i produktet, så ser skidtet pludseligt meget mere prof ud. Microsofts nye Explorer Mouse har blåt lys ud over begge ører - men heldigvis er der her...
83%
engadget.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:52
For over thirty years the computer mouse ruled over the kingdom of computer navigation. Despite losing its rubber ball and cord over the years, the peripheral lived a long, full life of being pushed across desks and tables getting the cursor where it n...
Bottom line The computer mouse lived longer than many ever anticipated. Yep, that's going to be the first line of the mouse's obituary. One day we may navigate every computer with a glass multitouch trackpad, or by simply by touching the screen, but today and for...
0%
tweaknews.net
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2011-08-02 00:21:52
After using Microsoft's new Explorer mouse for over a week, I'm very impressed by both the functionality of the BlueTrack Technology and the overall design and feel of the mouse. Careful shopping can get you one of these units for around $40 or so, an...
Good Availability, Build quality, BlueTrack Technology, Built in transceiver storage, Comfortable, Included NiMH battery and charger...
Bad May be too wide for some, Pricey, but worth it...
Bottom line After using Microsoft's new Explorer mouse for over a week, I'm very impressed by both the functionality of the BlueTrack Technology and the overall design and feel of the mouse. Careful shopping can get you one of these units for around $40 or so...
0%
macworld.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
by Blair Hanley Frank, Macworld.com Microsoft Explorer Mouse Product:Explorer MouseRating (Scale) 5 - Superior4 - Very Good3 - Good2 - Fair1 - PoorProsSolid feel; good tracking reliability; efficient battery recharging.ConsFinicky scrolling; awkward le...
Good Solid feel; good tracking reliability; efficient battery recharging.
Bad Finicky scrolling; awkward left-hand use.
Bottom line The Explorer Mouse is a solid mouse. It feels great and performs well. The BlueTrack technology that it uses isn’t so much of a great leap forward compared to that in Apple’s latest offerings, but it’s still an improvement. If you&rsquo...
80%
techworld.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft may be the world's biggest software company, but it has fingers in the hardware peripherals pie too. The company enjoys a profitable sideline making keyboards and mice, and the Microsoft Explorer Mouse seems likely to continue its run of qui...
Bottom line Comfortable to use, reasonably good-looking and proficient in the wireless department, the Microsoft Explorer Mouse is a thoroughly decent piece of kit...
0%
brighthub.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
After cleaning the mouse balls, we have met with optic and laser mice. For a long time we worked with these mice until Microsoft introduced its own technology, named Bluetrack, combining the best of optics and laser. Lets see what it is up to. Micros...
100%
bityard.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
When it comes to mice, we have always liked the Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer. In our opinion, it was the best mouse. After many years, Microsoft has finally released a new and updated mouse in this series – which is based on BlueTrack Technology.T...
80%
computershopper.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
A mouse that can work on any surface? We were skeptical, too. But after testing Microsofts new wireless Explorer Mouse, utilizing its new BlueTrack technology, were believers. Not just because the mouse does pretty much everything Micr...
Good BlueTrack technology enables excellent mousing on many kinds of surfaces; nicely weighted...
Bad Four-way scroll wheel lacks supple control; charger is tiny, sometimes behaves erratically...
Bottom line Microsofts new BlueTrack-based Explorer Mouse allows for excellent control on every kind of desk—and almost everywhere else...
83%
game-boyz.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Anyone who uses a computer at work or home knows just how important a mouse is to its overall function. Without a mouse it is p...
0%
maximumcpu.net
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
The computer mouse has evolved greatly over the years. First there was the mechanical mouse, then the optical mouse, followed by the laser mouse. Well the mouse has once again evolved with the introduction of Microsoft’s Explorer Mouse with BlueTrack t...
Good Rechargeable, Comfortable, Works on a variety of surfaces, Snapin transceiver, Visually appealing design...
Bad Low DPI, Not long enough for people with large hands, Right handed only...
Bottom line The Explorer Mouse with BlueTrack is an excellent mouse. It is relatively comfortable to use for extended periods of times and worked on every surface. The main downfalls of the Explorer Mouse are its low DPI and small size. While the price tag might s...
0%
techcrunch.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft’s latest revision to its flagship “Explorer” line of mice features the new “Bluetrack” technology, which Microsoft says will track on just about any surface, including many that have been problematic in the past. Is the Explorer all they say...
0%
hardwarecentral.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft says its new flagship mouses glowing blue bottom is the key to better tracking and higher precision than any optical or laser mouse has offered to date. Vangie Beal throws her mouse pad away to test the companys claim that BlueTrack works o...
87%
fudzilla.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
A little while back Microsoft launched its BlueTrack technology and made a lot of bold claims about how it is better than mice with laser technology. The reason behind this claim is that BlueTrack is meant to work on virtually any surface. We got our...
Bottom line At around €55/$80, it’s not a cheap mouse, but it’s comfortable to use and it works on virtually any surface, so if you have a problem using your current mouse on whatever surface you’re working on, it might well be worth to check i...
0%
trustedreviews.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Until recently, you could easily be forgiven for thinking that the humble desktop mouse had reached an evolutionary standstill. Sure, different manufacturers added differently shaped bodies, extra buttons and the like, but we haven't seen true innovation...
Bottom line BlueTrack is better than laser, but only under certain conditions, such as working on marble, granite and other unusual surfaces. Even if this does not apply to you, if you don't mind its looks, want to go wireless, and like the idea of using a rechargeab...
80%
pcmag.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
If youre willing to pay the price, youll get superior tracking on just about any surface (other than mirrored ones or glass) with the Microsoft Explorer Mini Mouse ($80 street), which uses the same new BlueTrack technology as its bigger relative...
Good Small. Convenient snap-in transceiver. Tracks exceptionally well. Good battery life.
Bad Pricey. Not for lefties. Lack of clicky scroll-wheel detents makes line-by-line scrolling difficult.
Bottom line The Explorer Mini Mouse is a good notebook companion, given its portability and tracking system, but youll have to fork over some bucks for it...
70%
i4u.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Today we are going to look at one of the latest mobile products from Microsoft called the Microsoft Explorer Mouse. The mouse uses the new Microsoft BlueTrack sensor that promises better tracking than traditional laser or optical sensors. Read on for a...
Good Good tracking, Wireless, Can run on normal AA battery, Rechargeable battery included...
Bad Tracks no better than some mice already on the market...
Bottom line If you are in the market for a new mouse for your notebook or desktop, the Microsoft Explorer Mouse is worth a look. The new BlueTrack sensor wasnt any better in testing than my normal G9 laser mouse, but the Microsoft Explorer Mouse tracks well and w...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Most of us will have had problems with our mice before, such as poor tracking, where mouse movements the user makes are not reflected by the pointer on the screen.Modern optical mice use a beam of light or an invisible laser to track movement. With m...
60%
asiaone.com
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
By Sherwin LohIN COMIC book lore, Spider-Man can stick to any surface.While not as heroic, Microsofts latest Explorer Mouse is just as super because it can be used on just about any surface.From wooden tables, granite tops, carpets, the jeans Im wear...
Bottom line Short of using it on glass surfaces, the Explorer moves beyond the performance expected of a normal mouse and carves a new path...
0%
pcforalla.idg.se
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Visst har du alltid drömt om den där datormusen som funkar lika bra på musmattan som på den ojämna gräsmattan? Mössens konung heter numera Explorer precis som webbläsaren och är en skapelse som Microsoft har anledning att vara stolt över. Någon install...
Good Kvalitet rakt igenom.
Bad Ganska högt pris.
90%
itpro.no
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Microsoft Explorer Mouse er en pen, ergonomisk og svært praktisk mus som kan brukes nesten overalt man ferdes. Den kan tilpasses til å gjøre omtrent hva man ønsker ned på enkeltprogram. Den fungerer bedre på bærbare enn på stasjonære maskiner, men ford...
83%
tek.no
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Denne gangen er det Microsoft Explorer Mouse som settes under lupen. Musen har kanskje et noe forvirrende navn, i og med at Microsoft tidligere har hatt en hel serie med populære Intellimouse Explorer-mus, som på folkemunne gjerne kalles nettopp Explo...
Good Kan brukes på de fleste underlag, Behagelig passform, Oppladbart AAbatteri, God trådløs sender/mottaker...
Bad Mangler Bluetooth, Vanskelig horisontal skrolling...
Bottom line Bluetrack-teknologien er ikke noen muserevolusjon, men den er like fullt svært velkommen. Jevnt over er Explorer Mouse mer anvendelig enn mus med eldre sensorteknologier, på grunn av større toleranse til underlaget. Musen er også svært behagelig å br...
0%
cw.no
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2011-08-02 00:21:53
Da Microsoft lanserte sine nye optiske teknologi for mus, skrøt de av uovertruffen presisjon og muligheten til å bruke den på nær sagt et hvilket som helst underlag. BlueTrack er basert på optisk teknologi, men skal ifølge Microsoft være mer presis enn...
Good Meget komfortabel. Glatte museføtter. Presis og god. God trådløs.
Bad Litt treg.
Bottom line Vi har brukt Microsoft Explorer Mouse til alskens oppgaver, og er jevnt over meget godt fornøyd. Den er behagelig å bruke og glir lett over musematta. Musa virker også veldig presis. At den er en av de få trådløse musene vi har testet som takler metal...
83%
asiaone.com
Updated:
2016-12-29 20:17:24
By Sherwin LohIN COMIC book lore, Spider-Man can stick to any surface.While not as heroic, Microsofts latest Explorer Mouse is just as super because it can be used on just about any surface.From wooden tables, granite tops, carpets, the jeans Im wear...
Bottom line Short of using it on glass surfaces, the Explorer moves beyond the performance expected of a normal mouse and carves a new path...
0%
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