Microsoft’s New Mouse-Tracking BlueTrack Technology

11 September 2008 By Madhur



Ever wished that you could use your mouse on any surface and get free from the hassles of a mouse pad. Microsoft is aiming to make this possible by introducing there new Mouse Tracking technology called BlueTrack. The new technology will make the mouse work from anywhere.

Microsoft claims that the technology will be better than previous technology such as laser and optical mouse and will use a combination of both. It will use a Blue Light sensor that is four times the size of a typical laser’s mouse beam and it integrates with Microsoft designed tracking sensor. And the result will be, the mouse will be able to work on a variety of surfaces from Granite to Carpet. This will be good for notebook users as it will enable them to take the mouse anywhere.

The new technology will be introduced in Microsoft’s high-end Explorer and Explorer Mini mice.The Explorer will be available at $99.95 while the Explorer mini will cost $79.95. Both will be available from next month.

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