Q. Do I need a mouse pad if I use an optical mouse? A. A mouse pad is intended for use with different mouse options. If you use an optical mouse, however, a mouse pad isn’t always required. While a traditional mouse includes a rubber ball, an optical mouse has an optical sensor that detects when the mouse is moving on most surfaces.
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Logitech's M510 wireless mouse offers a contoured shape with soft rubber grips for ultimate comfort, ergonomic support, and usability. The mouse features a laser sensor, back and forward buttons, as well as side to side scrolling and scrolling zoom to let you get more done.
It is the standard used to measure the mouse sensitivity. By changing the DPI, you can instantly adjust pointer speed for precision tasks, such as in-game targeting or photo editing. Generally speaking, the greater the number of DPI is, the higher the mouse sensitivity will be, and the faster the pointer speed will become.