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The Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX works wherever you do. Thanks to Logitech Darkfield Laser Tracking, you'll get precise cursor control on virtually any surface, even glass tables (4 mm minimum thickness) where optical and standard laser mice fail. You can take it anywhere thanks to its compact size. The tiny Logitech Unifying receiver is small enough to leave in your notebook. Anywhere you go, you'll get things done more comfortably with its sculpted design. You get hyper-fast scrolling to fly through long documents and Web pages with a single spin of the scroll wheel. Plus thumb buttons let you go back and forth between Web pages with just a click.
When sitting at a desk or table, many people choose to add peripherals such as a notebook mouse and keyboard to their computing setup to make it more comfortable. But when it comes time to change locations (e.g. heading home from the office), these peripherals need to be unplugged and each of their USB receivers stored somewhere safe.
To solve this problem, Logitech introduced the Logitech® Unifying receiver – a tiny wireless receiver that’s so small it can stay plugged into a laptop at all times and can be paired with up to six compatible Logitech keyboards and mice. Logitech Unifying products are easily identified by the Unifying icon, which appears on the products themselves, as well as on the pre-paired, bundled receiver.
There's no need to unplug it when you move around, so there's less worry of it being broken or lost.
All optical and laser mice use irregularities in the work surface to track the direction and speed of your mouse. The more irregularities on the surface, the easier it is for the sensor to track your movements. But there just aren't enough irregularities on clear glass for your standard mouse to work."p"Beginning in 2005, Logitech – the world’s leading manufacturer of computer mice – embarked on a multiyear research and development project to create a mouse that could overcome these limitations. After considering many options – including Doppler radar, UV imaging and interferometry techniques – Logitech® Darkfield Laser Tracking was developed. "p"Traditional microscopes – that use standard, or bright field, illumination – direct the light into the objective lens. But sometimes the tiny objects underneath the microscope lack contrast under normal illumination. For example, biologists often see this challenge when viewing small organisms in a liquid habitat; the contrast between the fluid and the organisms is not great enough for the microscope to detect. "p"To help scientists see objects that are very tiny and not sufficiently contrasted in the surface environment, dark field illumination was invented. Instead of collecting and focusing the light from points directly beneath the surface of the lens, dark field illumination blocks out the central area of light and only allows rays of light to enter the lens from an angle. If there are no objects beneath the microscope, the entire field will appear dark. But when the light hits a particle, it scatters the light into the lens at an angle. The resulting image has a dark background with bright objects on it, similar to a starry sky, and this is where the technique gets its name.
SHEEP breeders with repeat buyer interest on their home-bred, mulesed and Gudair-vaccinated lines fared best at Corowa’s annual first cross ewe sale yesterday, as prices soared to $502…Read MoreMurray Arnel, October 22, 2021
SHEARING contractors and wool producers are hoping the Federal Government will work to fast-track improved visa access for United Kingdom shearers and shed staff under new free trade and visa arrangements…Read MoreTerry Sim, October 22, 2021
IMPROVED competition from China lifted Australian wool prices this week and a bale of ultrafine fleece sold for 15,000c/kg – the highest auction price in the nation for more than six years…Read MoreTerry Sim, October 22, 2021
WOOL’S auction market continued its sawtooth pattern this week, with most Merino types finding seasonal highs before consolidating into Wednesday’s close…Read MoreMichael Avery, Southern Aurora Markets partner, October 22, 2021
IN an era when job-hopping is becoming more common, keeping talented employees in the fold has become a foremost business challenge for employers – and it applies as much in the meat and livestock industry as any other…Read MoreSheep Central, October 22, 2021
WESTERN Australia’s southern pastoralists have only to the end of the month to be involved in a project investigate long-term solutions for improving rangeland condition and livestock profitability…Read MoreSheep Central, October 22, 2021
MEAT & Livestock Australia’s ‘Make Lamb Not Walls’ campaign has been awarded a number of accolades at Effie Australia’s online ceremony last night, including gold for ‘Outsmarting Covid.’..Read MoreSheep Central, October 21, 2021
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation is standing solid behind former chief executive officer Stuart McCullough’s appointment to a new international role despite already outlaying hundreds of thousands of dollars to overseas marketing advisers…Read MoreTerry Sim, October 18, 2021
THE launch of a plant-based product as ‘lamb’ in the United States is unacceptable, according to Nationals senator Susan McDonald…Read MoreTerry Sim, October 20, 2021
YOUNG Merino ewes peaked at $345 a head at the Deniliquin spring store sheep sale on Friday in a subdued market where limited lots made more than $300 a head…Read MoreMurray Arnel, October 18, 2021
AUSTRALIA’S goat meat exports have risen 20 percent in 2021 year-to-date on the back of a lift in the national herd…Read MoreSheep Central, October 18, 2021
VOTING deadlines in the latest WoolPoll levy ballot and for Australian Wool Innovation director elections will not be put back, despite postal delays in document deliveries to some growers…Read MoreTerry Sim, October 20, 2021
AGRICULTURE Victoria has advised producers to be alert for signs of pneumonia and pleurisy in flocks this summer…Read MoreSheep Central, October 18, 2021
VICTORIA’S peak farming body has launched its new Stock Sense project to help improve animal health, welfare and on-farm biosecurity in the state’s livestock industry…Read MoreSheep Central, October 18, 2021
NSW Farmers is calling on state and federal governments to commit to a long-term funding model for biosecurity, suggesting a container levy as one option…Read MoreSheep Central, October 20, 2021
SHEEP, goat and cattle parasite resources supplied by the popular ParaBoss website and extension program will be revamped over the next three years…Read MoreSheep Central, October 20, 2021
VICTORIAN family-owned seed company AGF Seeds has struck a blow for local ownership in the sector with the acquisition of the Benalla-based Smyth Seeds business…Read MoreSheep Central, October 19, 2021
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