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Mouse pad is a kind of auxiliary tool for more accurate use of the mouse. To know which color mouse pad the mouse uses better, firstly, we should understand the general work of the most common optical mouse on the market principle:
Most of the mouse on the market today are infrared optical mouse. This type of optical mouse has the most important four core components: light-emitting diode, optical engine, lens, control chip. It is the principle of the light emitted by light-emitting diodes, light the bottom of the optical mouse and then part of the light reflected by the bottom surface of the optical mouse, through the lens, transmitted to the optical engine imaging. In this way, when the optical mouse begins to work, its trajectory will be recorded as a series of high-speed shot of the coherent image, the mouse lens, the control chip on the trajectory of a series of images taken by analysis, by these images feature point position Changes to analyze, to determine the direction of the mouse and move the distance to complete the cursor positioning.
The Optical Mouse's Optical Engine Determines the Cursor Orientation by Receiving Feedback Images. If the mouse pad is too smooth, it may not produce enough diffuse light, so that the reflected light intensity received by the sensor is weak, making the positioning chip ineffective Discrimination, resulting in the mouse insensitive, frame-jumping and other undesirable phenomena.
Usually darker mouse pad than the light color mouse pad is good, because the dark is light absorption, light-colored reflective, but some very white interface it, such as tiles it? The desktop is still very uniform interface, so rough interface, such as general clothing, your basic optical mouse can not move, because the rough interface reflects little light, the mouse optical engine can not receive the reflected signal.
From the cleaning point of view
Darker than light-colored, darker colors are easier to clean and dirtier, so darker than lighter colors, such as red, blue, black, and more.