Nog een mouse review - dit maal bij Dan's Data, waar men een review van de Razer Boomslang 2000 heeft gepost. Dan vergelijkt de Boomslang met de welbekende Intellimouse Explorer van Microsoft:
In the resolution stakes, it's hard to compare the Explorer with the Boomslang, because the Explorer doesn't have a mechanical encoder. Its little camera takes 1,500 images per second of whatever the Explorer's sitting on, and so its resolution relates to the camera's resolution, or as much of the camera's resolution as makes it through the digital signal processing the Explorer does, anyway.
Set to its maximum Windows speed, the Explorer is quite a lot less sensitive than the Boomslang, but has still run out of encoder resolution. The pointer moves in little hops, not smoothly pixel-by-pixel. At this speed, though, I have a hard time using the mouse anyway, and greater smoothness wouldn't help me much. I guess I'm just not worthy of super-resolution mouses.
Zie deze nieuwsposting van eerder vandaag voor meer muis gerelateerde info.