It’s not suited especially for wet or oily fingers. Safe and Secure Payments. One of the advantages of having such an optical scroll wheel is the removal of any moving parts on the mouse, making it even quieter than before. Not up to mark. In any case, the DPI mode does seem a bit redundant on this Traveler mouse, as like its name suggests, this is a portable mouse aimed at notebook users. You may need to alter the speed settings in to something you’re more comfortable using if you find the pointer speeding away across the screen. From squeaky ball mice to the impeccable silence of the optical mice and finally the darling of the moment – laser mice, this ubiquitous pointing device has undergone quite a few changes over the years.
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As it is now, this is one of the more interesting and useful innovations in mice technology we have seen recently. While competitors may have similar functions, they are not so easily nor as elegantly implemented as with the OptoWheel.
Model Name Traveler Laser.
News Reviews Insights TechRadar. As usual recieved the order well ahead of time. To switch from one mode to another, one is required to hold down the middle, left and right keys together for at least three seconds. There aren’t many laser-based mice for notebooks, yet the benefits are a welcome addition for the mobile user, so we expect these to become more popular. However, regardless of optical or laser, there is still a mechanical element due to the presence of the scroll wheel besides the buttons on the mice of course.
The opto-wheel is a useful and overdue design change, making the Traveller a highly desirable alternative to most notebooks’ touchpads. Laser-motion works on a wide variety of surfaces, which is handy if you often find yourself working in multiple locations. Lxser is very genuine product and very effective while working.
And for those who can’t get enough of blue LEDs, the optical scroll glows blue geniu. This is definitely one of those times when we wished travellrr had thought of something first.
Highly recommend to people out there. Genius Traveler Laser Wired. One of the advantages of having such an optical scroll wheel is the removal of any moving parts on the mouse, making it even quieter than before.
Follow us on Twitter. Mystery DPI Switching According to the Genius manual and website, the Traveler Laser comes with two hardware resolution modes of and DPI, with the higher resolution usually more desired by geniks for the greater precision. According to me- PROS: Horizontal or vertical scroll does not matter as both can be tracked.
It’s rather small and flat with few contours and hence may get uncomfortable after long usage, especially for travrller with larger hands but the design is quite typical of Genius’ other Traveler mice. Genius is really genius. This sensor is capable of both vertical and horizontal scrolling, and after getting used to the loss of tactile feedback from a mechanical wheel, it becomes second nature to scroll smoothly through pages and documents in four directions.
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The laser motion tracking is equally sensitive, offering either or DPI. Henceforth I do recommend this product to all the members working on systems.
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This is a great mouse. TechRadar pro IT insights for business. Watch us on Youtube. There’s also a Turbo Scroll feature where a quick flick of the finger upwards or downwards will scroll through the entire page almost instantly and it does so at a decently fast pace that you can still track what’s scrolling by.
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From squeaky ball mice to the impeccable silence of the optical mice and finally the darling of the moment – laser mice, this ubiquitous pointing device has undergone quite a few laer over the years.
Solar Wireless Optical Mouse. We are all used to having an optical sensor at the bottom of the mouse to track our movements so why not have it at the top, replacing the usual scroll wheel to track the scrolling movement? Scrolling at Light Speed Scrolling at Light Speed From squeaky ball mice to the impeccable silence of the optical mice and finally the travwller of the moment – laser mice, this ubiquitous pointing device has undergone quite a few changes over the years.
But, the touch scroll panel is very uncomfortable even after months of usage.