Does it already exist today? Technology Which allows the mouse to work with the same agility and accuracy with and without a wired connection? Two prominent manufacturers will try to prove that we are
Mouse or wires radio - This is one of the most basic questions in the field of peripherals that has accompanied us for years and divides users. Although there is still no unequivocal answer (and probably never will be), it seems that a pair of well-known manufacturers in the field are ready to demonstrate renewed and increased trust in a camp that does not require a direct physical connection to the computer.
In the company Logitech Have officially begun selling the intriguing mouse pad named PowerPlay, with a dedicated circuit wireless charging Magnetic induction to the wireless mice that operate above it.
The mice that support this unique charging capability are the new and prestigious G703 and G903 that were launched about two months ago, and it seems that the purpose of this array is to provide increased confidence in the wireless technologies to those who see them as an inferior performance option - as of now battery The weak will no longer be the reason why the player's performance has been damaged.
The main disadvantage of this concept is the price, because the PowerPlay itself carries a recommended price tag of $ 100, which is added to the price tags of between $ 100 and $ 150 for the supported wireless controls, so if you do not really imagine investing close to $ 1,000 In this section, it is possible that the approach of Logitech It is not really for you.
Company Razer, For its part, hopes to create for us the best combination that can be described between gaming and more standard office and home functions with its new Atheris mouse.
The new model has medium dimensions and a design that is suitable for both right and left-handers, based on an optical sensor with a maximum accuracy of 7,200dpi - and includes support for both work based on cost-effective Bluetooth LE communication battery And work based on wireless Wi-Fi connectivity, at an 2.4GHz frequency, based on a dedicated dongle Technology To scan the various broadcasting channels available to find and select the one that is the least disturbed and able to offer the shortest time of stay.
Atheris has five customizable macro buttons and buttons to change the sensitivity of the work in real time and carries a recommended 60 (including tax) price tag that should be relatively competitive compared to other gaming mice in the market.
It is likely that we will continue to see game enthusiasts who will not even imagine using a mouse radio Which will hurt their speed of response (allegedly), but manufacturers seem to believe that there is a certain audience of users that can be "converted" successfully and persuaded to cut the wires, in the name of convenience and mobility. Do you agree with them? Came to tell.