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The Making of a Gaming Mouse: Inside Logitech's Labs [Technology]
posted October 31 2013 11:19.04 by spic0m




Tested's crew visits Logitech's development and testing labs in Lausanne, Switzerland to learn how PC gaming mice sensors work and the testing procedures engineers have invented to test for accuracy and consistency. There's even a machine whose sole job is to click mouse buttons over 20 million times to test for durability!



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