Kensington HID Pilot Optical Pro Wireless

Category: Input device
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 4.3 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.20.4.1 / 09 Jan 2005

Windows device driver information for Kensington HID Pilot Optical Pro Wireless

The Kensington HID Pilot Optical Pro Wireless mouse device features an ergonomic form and robust wireless connectivity. It also features flexible rubber grips that allow users to manage all of the 5 mouse buttons that are programmable. These programmable buttons can be configured by the MouseWorks software application that came shipped with the mouse. It is capable of reducing repetitive tasks to just one click. These buttons consists of 1 scroll wheel and 4 typical mouse buttons. The wireless connectivity delivered by this mouse device is implemented by its QuickRF technology that lets users enjoy six-foot interference free wireless range. The unique form of the Kensington HID Pilot Optical Pro Wireless mouse device provides right handed users with exceptional comfort and control. This mouse device also employs the DiamondEye technology to deliver unparalleled control and hi-speed tracking capabilities. It is fully compliant with both MAC and PC.

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This optical wireless mouse device functions by utilizing an optoelectronic sensor for capturing consecutive images of the surface where the mouse is operating on. As computing technologies became more popular, hence more affordable, manufacturers were able to embed in the mouse device more robust image processing chips. This advance allowed the mouse the capability of detecting relative motion on a host of surfaces, translating the mouse device’s movement into the pointer’s movement thereby eliminating the need to utilize a special purpose mouse pad. Ultimately, this advanced made it possible for the optical mouse device to be widely used. The Kensington HID Pilot Optical Pro Wireless mouse device is capable of illuminating the surface that it tracks over by utilizing a laser diode or LED. Modifications between a frame and the next frame will be processed by the chip’s image processing component and then translated into specific movement. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Kensington HID Pilot Optical Pro Wireless errors before installing any driver updates.