Hey, I was just wondering whether there was a reason that on a mouse you only have one laser, when surely you could come up with a very accurate combination of hardware/software by creating an average of several lasers, and also removing any error when in comes to silly things such a getting a piece of dirt stuck in your mouse.
I could be being stupid, and it could be down to something like cost or its to complicated to do it simply, or that there's no need/demand for it due to the current technology already being good enough.
That was it really more general intrigue than anything, please let me know if I haven't been clear on something.
well i have heard that sometimes mouses have 2 DIFFERENT laser sets, since there are some surfaces that works better with each of them, so it should only be using one at a time if the surface is a glasse that isn't working well on one, and works great on the other laser, it will use the other. nothing about that is confirmed but yes, it makes sense.