DPI is dots per inch, it also relates directly to the mouse READING, along with the movement on screen. So that said, if you use a 1024x786 screen resolution, using a 1000DPI mouse, it would 'technically' take 1 inch to move from one side to the other. But it also relates to how many 'screen shots' the mouse takes per second. So higher DPI = more screen shots per 'movement cycle' which translates into a smoother movement of your mouse, and yields a higher speed. You can also reduce your movement speed (most commonly done in the game you are playing) to adjust the higher speed. So if you go from a 400 DPI mouse with 4 sensitivity, a 1600 DPI mouse and a 1 sensitivity would give you the same speed, but higher precision.
its not low but its average,800 dpi is ok,......i have a mouse that can exchange to800dpi,1200dpi to 1600dpi anytime i want :DDD
i guess dpi
It is a very good mouse speed !
The average standard mouse speed is around 800dpi however some of the latest gaming laser mice have Movement Resolution of upto 4000 dpi, both Logitech and Razer lead the way with fast mice..... "Ándale! Ándale! ... Arriba! Arriba!" Click related link below 'What is mouse dpi'
1200 dpi because dpi stands for dot per inch, there for 1200 dpi gives 1200 dots per inch instead of 600 dpi only giving 600 dots per inch thus 1200 dpi gives a better resolution
Dot Per Inch (DPI)
It will need a driver (usually supplied on a CD-ROM) if Windows doesn't recognise and set it up automatically.
The DPI refers to the dots per inch and refers to the image resolution. It is difficult to know what the DPI from photos from disposable cameras is. The scanner however does control the DPI of the scanned photo.
DPI means Dots per Inch. The more DPI you have to work with, all else being equal, the nicer your work will look.DPI Stands for Dot Per Inch.It has no real meaning on a computer. It is used as a measurement for a printed image. It corresponds to Pixels on a computer screen, but usually there are 4 times more dots per inch on a print, than pixels per inch on your monitor.See fuller explanation at What_does_pixel_stand_for_in_digital_photographyDPI can also refer to the sensitivity of an optical or laser mouse.
DPI stands for Dots Per Inch.....
dpi is dots per inch. 400 * 600 dpi is the number of ink dots per square inch that are produced by a computer printer.
DPI stands for Dots Per Inch and it is related to the quality of your photos.
dpi stands for dots per inch
Scalable DPI is the ability to increase/decrease the resolution of a picture/text.
Simply because the dots are smaller ! The nozzles in a 1200 dpi printer are half the diameter of those in a 600 dpi printer. This allows for greater accuracy in the printed picture, and smoother curves etc.
If the input is color, then the resolution is 400 dpi x 400 dpi.
Information about Wisconsin DPI is available on the official website, to ask questions directly to the Wisconsin DPI there is a contact page located on the website or the Wisconsin DPI may be reached at (800) 441-4563 as well. For further information, one may contact a Wisconsin DPI public/school library or any instate licensing agency.
9000 dpi scanner would give you great quality pictures.
It's because dpi stands for 'dots per inch', so a printer that can do more dots per inch can produce finer detail on the printed page.
DPI means dots per inch and it's more related to resolution on printers.
There are various computer mice types based on technology and working principle : ball mouse, optical (LED) mouse, laser mouse. Also they can be categorized based on DPI resolution. Also there are general purpose mouse types and special gaming mouse with lots of customizable buttons and high and variable resolution and faster sampling. Also they can be classified in terms of connectivity to the computer like wired (PS2, USB) and wireless (RF, IR, Bluetooth). - Neeraj Sharma
In printing, DPI (dots per inch) refers to the output resolution of a printer or imagesetter.