Microsoft Unveils World’s Most Advanced Tracking Technology

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Microsoft Hardware has been impressing Channel 10 for years now, and today they continued that tradition. This morning Microsoft unveiled the world's most advanced tracking technology, Microsoft BlueTrack Technology, which allows us to take our mice anywhere and work with more success than ever before. Mouse on the carpet? Fine! How about that granite counter-top? No problem! Hardwood floors?? Bring it on. Take a peek at this interview and see just how BlueTrack Technology works.
 

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    Barry Hawkey

    Ha - wow, Laura, that does sound cool, but you could have called it something that sounded less sinister than "tracking technology."  Makes it sound like the sort of thing that people who spell it "Micro$oft" are always going on about...

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    Barry Hawkey

    Ha - wow, Laura, that does sound cool, but you could have called it something that sounded less sinister than "tracking technology."  Makes it sound like the sort of thing that people who spell it "Micro$oft" are always going on about...

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    Laura10
    "mousing" technology Smiley 
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    Dorian Muthig

    Big Smile
    sounds cute

    I wonder if they come in bluetooth models, though. All those additional wireless dongles are getting annoying. Smiley

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    Dorian Muthig

    Big Smile
    sounds cute

    I wonder if they come in bluetooth models, though. All those additional wireless dongles are getting annoying. Smiley

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    Googleman81

    You want to play Super Smash Brothers on your laptop?

    Cool technology, but right now my Sidewinder mouse makes me happy.

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    Googleman81

    You want to play Super Smash Brothers on your laptop?

    Cool technology, but right now my Sidewinder mouse makes me happy.

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    dentaku

    My biggest  problem with wireless mice (other than them needing batteries) is that the USB dongle sticks out too far on most of them so it's dangerous for your laptop USB ports. 46.7mm is WAY too big.

    This thing needs a USB transceiver at least as small as the one they use on the Arc Mouse or even better, as small as the one for the Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks.

    A smaller transceiver would probably make this the best wireless mouse around.

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    dentaku

    My biggest  problem with wireless mice (other than them needing batteries) is that the USB dongle sticks out too far on most of them so it's dangerous for your laptop USB ports. 46.7mm is WAY too big.

    This thing needs a USB transceiver at least as small as the one they use on the Arc Mouse or even better, as small as the one for the Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks.

    A smaller transceiver would probably make this the best wireless mouse around.

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