HANNOVER-Logitech continued its push into the "rich media" consumer market by rolling out innovative mouse and camera tools at the CeBit conference.
The expensive Cordless Mausman Optical precision mouse operates on all surfaces at a resolution of 800 dpi, allowing it to scan 1500 images a second. The mouse is made possible by a special microchip, developed in conjunction with Agilent Technologies (a).
Logitech also presented its "dual-mode camera," which can switch from a PC video system to a proper digital camera. Dubbed the Quickcam Traveller, the camera can take up to 30 pictures a second and produce single images at a resolution of 640x480. Full story. --ZDNet Germany