Logitech Mice Even Work On A Clear Glass Table
The glass must be at least 4 millimeters thick, but I'd imagine it would be a little stressful to be computing on a table where the glass top was thinner, wondering if you're going to press too hard and bring the entire tabletop crashing to the ground in a pile of glass shards.
The Logitech Performance Mouse MX and the Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX use Darkfield Laser Tracking to achieve their goals and are
The mice are wireless, with a teensy receiver (about the size of a nickel) that stays in your computer.
• Hyper-fast scrolling, which allows you to zip through a long document with one spin. Click-to-click scrolling also is available, however, so you're not going to zip through an entire slideshow if you don't want to.
• 2.4 GHz wireless for "fast data transmission and virtually no delays or dropouts."
The folks at Logitech are so jazzed about their new mice that they even created this video: