May 24, 2013 | 02:02 AM (BD Time)
24 May, 2013 Friday
A4Tech introduces V-Track optical mouse
ICT Horizon Report:
It has been more than half a century ago, that Dr. Douglas Englebart invented the first mouse back in 1968. The mouse tracking technology then initiated with mechanical decoding, and was generationally developed to optical, laser and Blue-ray. All systems are now coexisting in today's market, yet none of them is able to completely resolve the adaptability issue.
Why do all mice still require a mouse pad to function properly? This question puzzles most mouse fans daily. Wouldn't it be great if there was a new and superior technology to resolve this adaptability issue and liberate us from mouse pads once and for all?
To make an answer of the above question, world's leading Mice, Keyboards and computer peripherals manufacturer company A4Tech has recently added V-Track technology optical mouse in their product line. To introduce this revolutionary product in the local market, Global Brand Pvt. Ltd., the authorized distributor of A4Tech in Bangladesh has organised a launching ceremony recently at Samarai Convention Centre in the city.
Bruce Zhang, Marketing Manager of A4Tech has described and displayed a power-point presentation of the product while Managing Director of Global Brand Rafiqul Anwar, Director Jashim Uddin Khandoker and many IT personnel were present on the occasion.
Bruce Zhang said, "With V-Track technology, the mouse cursor control is so precise that it works on any surface; it is the first mouse that really makes all mouse pads obsolete. The new V-Track mouse works on surfaces such as glass, carpet or even fur and can be controlled precision".
The V-Track technology allows A4Tech's mice to function properly on virtually any surface without the need of a pad. It even works on transparent or reflective glass, furry rugs or carpets, and on uneven surfaces. And it will even work properly on your skin or even your hair, not that you would want to do that. But for those who uses their laptop with their dog beside them, yep you can use your dog as a dogpad.
Behind the scenes, optical mice uses a slightly angled light path to the surface while V-Track technology uses a vertical reinforced light for a more precise output even on soft 3D fabrics and uneven surfaces. Compared to Microsoft's BlueTrack, V-Tracks main advantage is that it works properly on uneven or 3D surfaces due to the vertical light it use to illuminate the surface.
It also uses a short light path which should lower power consumption giving you more juice out of your battery when using a wireless mouse. V-Track also has a tiny lens aperture compared to traditional optical mice and this prevents dust accumulation on V-Track powered mice.
In today's market the regular optical, laser and Blue-ray mouse use slanted light resulting in a variety of cursor control problems, like shaking, lag or standstill.
A revolutionary technology V-track which vertical reinforced light goes deeply into each point. Moreover, not only has the outstanding precision, V-Track consumes 45% less power than regular optical engine.
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