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 supposed to be useful on even high-gloss surfaces that most mice are useless on.
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: