Microsoft Explorer Mouse will make it possible for you to work with it on water. Well, not exactly, but nearly, with the new BlueTrack sensor that it makes use of. This one would not have looked very relevant a couple of years back when we desktop users were happy with the use of optical, ball, and laser mice on good steady surfaces that seemed to be running away nowhere. However, in the recent times when so many have come to own a laptop either as their sole computing companion, or along with a couple of other computers, then this mouse seems very useful, and in fact, the need of the hour.
Especially for a laptop user, who will be on the move continuously, or trying out his gadget on various surfaces which might not be a good place for a standard laser or optical mouse to work, the Microsoft Explorer Mouse come to good use. It hardly would demand a decent solid and smooth surface, considering how good it can work on even the most challenging surfaces. At nearly 70 USD, it would not disappoint you. This mouse has still not come to terms with glass surfaces. And neither has any other mouse. However, it performs well on practically anything else that might be too reflexive or rough for other mice to work on. Metal surfaces, polished stones tiles, even the surface of your jeans! Moreover, the blue light that it makes use of might just be what you wanted for some eye candy in a mouse.
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