Every one I have ever used has the sensor positioned so as to fall at the top of your palm. It may feel very strange when you first use it, however. By Matthew Humphries The sensor can pick up subtle movement of the mouse and accurately translate the movement into the cursor movement. Incorporates the high resolution laser sensor capable of achieving a higher recognition rate than that of a conventional LED optical mouse, and accurately picking up subtle movement.
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It would certainly be cheaper to buy one of these than both a pen and a mouse, but ultimately it all depends on how well it performs. Do not look at the laser light through eleom, such as a microscope or a magnifying glass, as it may harm your eyes. Enjoy the familiar feeling, “Like you’re holding a pen!
Please note that the noe are subject to change without notice. This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Although I am used to this I do wonder as to how a different position for the sensor would affect both how you use the mouse and the accuracy you achieve.
Elecom Scope Node Mouse
Putting the sensor almost directly under your index finger does make sense as this is the finger you click with the most to execute commands. The sensor can pick up subtle movement of the mouse and accurately translate the movement into the cursor movement. The laser sensor is placed in the position of a pen tip. In short, you can use “a PC monitor and a mouse” just like “a piece of paper and a pen” because you can use the mouse just “like you’re holding a pen!
[News] SCOPE NODE：M-SN1UL series
M-SN1UL series incorporates a laser sensor capable of achieving a higher recognition rate in low-contrast situations than that of a conventional optical mouse. So the Scope Node laser sits almost directly underneath the tip of your index finger. We have to assume Elecom are attempting to carve themselves out a niche for those who want a really accurate mouse that potentially replaces the digital pen as well. It may feel very strange when you first use it, however. The idea being that the position of the laser on the base of the mouse should correspond to where your fingers sit above.
The names of the products and companies shown here are scoppe regarded as their trademarks or registered trademarks. Every one I have ever used has the sensor positioned so as to fall at the top of your palm. Today, mice are available in many different designs. Just take a look, pick it up, and enjoy the feeling This is the only award in Japan that reflects the objective index of actual sales volume. The key to precision, according to Elecom, acope the positioning of the laser.
Elecom’s Scope Node precision mouse – it’s precise, but only in Japan
This mouse is meant to replace, or at least be a best alternative, to using a digital pen for precision movement. High-resolution performance 1, dpi that accurately translates subtle mouse movement into cursor movement. The SCOPE NODE is also characterized by its laser sensor position aligned to that of the pen tip, so that the sensor’s high-resolution performance 1, dpi can be accurately represented on the screen.
By Matthew Humphries As well as the unique placement, the laser sensor is dpi and the button sections look to be raised above where the palm of your hand sits. At that very moment the mouse, formerly considered no more than a tool, met with design.
Sxope descriptions in this release are based on the information at the time of announcement. Elecom Japan have released a new mouse in Japan that is being advertised as a more precise option than your typical rodent.
M-SN1UL series, a 3-button mouse designed with the unconventional concept of “Like you’re holding a pen!
Incorporates the high resolution laser sensor capable of achieving a higher recognition rate than that of a conventional LED optical mouse, and accurately picking up subtle movement.