This is mainly a mouse for gamers. The 2 sensors have good range but take up a lot of CPU. It's not twice as fast, but rather twice as accurate. That's why the gamers like it.
Any laptop with a USB port can use a current generation mouse (provided it is also USB).Originally posted by BiggeeC
Can you use a mouse on a laptop? Just curious about this. I was playing with Mac's the other night, and I like laptops, but I hate that stupid pad thing you have to use. Thanks
At 500 you get to put up an avatar, which many people set as a goal. Right now there are three top posting people... two of them being over 4000.Originally posted by BiggeeC
Gotcha. Thanks Alpha. Although I'm curious why having a high post count is important....
These are the only preferences available using the current driver (Beta for OSX) from logitech...Originally posted by Grokgod
When I was in the Pcheese world , I used a Logitech mouse that had drivers that allowed the pointer to jump to the next selected item.
This really helped sometimes in cutting down arm and hand movements, I really like it.
Does anyone know of a mouse that has thing properties in its drivers.
Perhaps the new dual optical has this ability?