If you look past the dual-sensor hype, there’s definitely nothing wrong with the MouseMan Dual Optical, and you may well prefer it to the Explorer 3. Getting into the Dual Optical is refreshingly easy. He was too busy going blind to care about my bagels. It’s a bit slimmer than the old Explorer – which doesn’t feel as chunky as it looks, but which is still a large mouse. The Dual Optical’s five tiny feet wouldn’t be adequate to cover a screw, anyway. Which of these three would I use? Which is more than can be said for the other two mouses in this comparison.
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The unique feature of the Dual Optical is that it uses two optical sensors to track the movement of the mouse instead of one. And because it’s symmetrical, left-handed users are welcome. Though I do have a left-handed friend who uses his right hand for mice.
Logitech MouseMan Dual Optical review – Engadget
It won’t ever replace my freeway car smacker 2 x 4 I use to fend off SUVs and rice rockets on thebut the fact that it isn’t already busted from all the slightly sticky sweets, constant drops, and sweaty palms I subject it to is really saying something. If you’ve got a version 1 or 2 Explorer and don’t have skipping problems then there’s no reason to upgrade, but you may find yourself wanting to anyway. The dual optical sensors can be made to benefit you in other ways.
The only way to tell for sure is by using both mouses. Cracking the cases If you haven’t taken the top off, you haven’t reviewed a mouse. But no right-hander is likely to be particularly annoyed by either.
Its scroll wheel’s got a subtler, less positive feel to it as well; which you prefer is a matter of taste. Now when you pick up your mouse and stare into the lasers like an idiot you can get blinded twice over!
But in my case, this was actually turned into something of use If you prefer a quiet mouse, you’ll like the MouseMan Dual Optical; its microswitches are much quieter than the Microsoft ones.
He was too busy going blind to care about my bagels. As the foggy air clears I hear you ask, “But then how is this particular optical mouse any better than the others? I like the feel of the Explorer 3. The lid of the Wheel Mouse Optical’s entirely unremarkable, but its tail-light piece is a separate bit of plastic.
It’s an absolute must for the enthusiast gamer and avid artist alike.
Logitech MouseMan Dual Optical – mouse Series
Since the “mouses” usage enhances the clarity of the language, I don’t see anything wrong with it. Rubbery to the touch, the wheel is easily gripped — essential in intense firefights where mokseman quick change of weapons is required.
All of those mouses that’re designed for fictional hands really bother me.
But, for what it’s worth, I can’t make the new Explorer skip at all, no matter how hard I try. They won’t drag, they won’t stutter, and they will forever point in any direction ordered. But the interesting part is much less complex.
Supposedly, the two sensors work independently to provide greater precision over a regular optical mouse. Personally, I prefer “mouses” when I’m talking about the computer peripheral, and “mice” when talking about the animals of which my overweight cat manages to catch about one a year.
Logitech Mouseman Dual Optical – Overclockers Australia
And if the cable dies inside a year, us Power Users just get a replacement under warranty. Inside the lid, there’s a simple screwed-on chunk of steel.
I picked that puppy up and burned some retina, baby. If you’re the type that’s itching to implant more LEDs or dye the thing purple or install a cooling fan or something, this may matter to you.
These optical mouses don’t get dirty, they work on uneven surfaces, they’re lighter, and they’re not painfully expensive, either. Ordinary personal computer mouses were, overwhelmingly, optlcal, with a rubberised ball and little rollers that collected crud. So you have to completely de-foot the mouse to get it apart, and then fiddle with a little flat-head screwdriver or similar prodder in order to get the clips to release.
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