It is Beyond the Optical, Laser and Blue-ray…
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?
V-Track is the groundbreaking technology that utilizes vertical incident light instead of the regular slanted light. It works perfectly on most materials. 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 above table shows the adaptability test results of different mice. The blue tick "√" indicates that the mouse works on the corresponding surface. None of the mice function perfect on completely clear glass. But since no one lives in a cleanroom, most glass surfaces at home can he referred to as "slightly dusty glass". The table shows that the regular optical and Laser mouse cannot work on slightly dusty glass or marble. BlueTrack and Darkfield mice are having poor track on fur fabrics. Besides that, both are expensive and have high power-consumption. Eg. Darkfield has a power consumption of 60 mA. Optic 2.0 V-Track, the last revolution of optical engineering, completely passes all surface tests. It lets the mouse work on all critical surfaces. No need for a mouse pad anymore.
Dust-proof: Regular optical mice utilize a relative large lens aperture, which causes dust entering the lens and decreases the precision of the cursor control. The area of V-Track lens aperture is only 5 mm2, which is around 1/15 of the area size of regular optical mice. As a result, it offers much better resistance to dust.
The above table shows the power consumption of two optic technologies. The vertical reinforced light of V-Track uses a shorter light path and uses 20% to 30% less power as the slanted incident light of the regular optical mouse.
Finally, we would like to thank you for your long-term support to A4TECH, which has always encouraged us to consistently create new technology and take the lead over our competitors in worldwide marketplace. We proudly shared our revolutionary breakthrough of “V-Track” technology and we would like to invite you to join us for every good opportunity and the prosperous future to come!