Chrispy_ wrote:even as recently as five years ago, some laser mice were still terribad.
Chrispy_ wrote: optical > laser .
Meadows wrote:Laser mice have issues with "imprecise" surfaces due to their nature of focusing extremely tightly.
DPete27 wrote: I like the concept of a cloth surface since plastic pads can sometimes cause excessive wrist sweat on warm days, so I think I'll steer clear of those.
JohnC wrote: If you have problem with sweaty hands - your hands will sweat equally, regardless of the mousepad surface
just brew it! wrote:Most cloth surface pads will clean up quite nicely with warm water, a few drops of dish detergent, and an old toothbrush. Just set it someplace warm overnight to dry...
just brew it! wrote:or if I spill a beer on 'em... heh
JohnC wrote:just brew it! wrote:or if I spill a beer on 'em... heh
Drinking near PC is a bad, bad thing... Just ask my "dead" Deck Legend keyboard
JohnC wrote:Drinking near PC is a bad, bad thing... Just ask my "dead" Deck Legend keyboardjust brew it! wrote:or if I spill a beer on 'em... heh
Captain Ned wrote:JohnC wrote:Drinking near PC is a bad, bad thing... Just ask my "dead" Deck Legend keyboardjust brew it! wrote:or if I spill a beer on 'em... heh
Couple of hand-dremeled drain holes on the old 1391401 and that problem is no longer a problem.
I've doused two work laptops in Diet Coke. In both cases I went for immediate power-switch shutdown, pulled out everything that could be pulled out, and immediately drained as best I could. After a night with a fan blowing on the open bits both of them immediately rebooted without issues, though full keyboard functionality took a couple of days of manual de-sticking. And yes, I know I got lucky.
Firestarter wrote:AFAIK the current Razer Deathadders still have the best sensors bar none.
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