Conclusion: Overall While the tracking ball vs. optical war was over a year or two ago, the Boomslang was still showing that no matter how accurate the optical was, it could never be as fast as a ball-tracking mouse. But who would have guessed that by adding an additional optical sensor, Logitech would have created a product that leaves all of its competitors in the dust.
Conclusion: At a RRP of $100 AUD, the Logitech MouseMan Dual Optical isn’t exactly the cheapest of corded optical mice. But you do benefit from its nice key features – skip-proof twin sensors, adjustable weight (assuming you have a Philips-head screwdriver handy) and the choice of either USB or PS2 connectivity. While I do still recommend this mouse, it’s quite outdated and Logitech’s MX series of mice appear to be more favourable at this moment in time.
Excerpt: Logitech ist der Mouseexperte schlechthin. Zudem geht Logitech oft neue Wege und überrascht mit Innovationen. Unter diesem Gesichtspunkt ist auch der Logitech MouseMan Dual Optical zu sehen, der mit zwei optischen Abtastern ausgerüstet ist: