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their new MX700 - their new MX700
Sun, November 17 2002 | 3:31PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Logitech is hoping that with the introduction of their new MX700 cordless mouse, gamers may look at their product as a viable solution. The MX700 like most high-end mice is an optical mouse except that the sensor on the Mx700 is about 80% larger than what Logitech has used in past mice. The resolution of this sensor has also been doubled from 400dpi to 800dpi which is great for those with large screen monitors. On top of the larger optical sensor the Mx700 uses a 4.7 mega pixel per second processing rate. This is the number that gamers will want to look for because this equates to the number of images processed by the DSP (digital signal processor) each second thus giving a high frame rate.
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