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MouseMan Dual Optical - PCstats.com MouseMan Dual Optical
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The Logitech MouseMan Dual Optical is a gamers dream, providing you with a high quality optical mouse that will not skip. This means that not only do you get the optical precision on the desktop that is a staple of optical mice, but now you get get that ever important, split second, turn - around - or - you'll - get - your - head - blown - off shot off in Quake 3 or any of your other favorite 3D shooters (and hey anything I review where a 3D shooter is required in testing is OK in my books). These not skip abilities come from a minor quirk with this mouse, it uses two 800 dpi optical sensors. That's right! Two! Deux! Dos! Well you get the idea. This amount to an ultra precise 1600 dpi or tracking, providing you with the speed and precision need to make the kill. But before we get to the testing, let's take a look at the specs. That's right, I'm breaking tradition and putting the specs on the FIRST PAGE.
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