the laser sensor, to detect movement, if it doesn't have a ball!
The light on a mouse does not have to be red. Some computer mice have blue lights, it just depends on which colour light the manufacturer chooses.
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The mouse uses infrared light to pick up signals of movement from the mouse and transfer them to movement on the screen. It is much more accurate and can be faster than the response on a standard ball mouse. If you pick up the mouse and it has a red light shining from the bottom it is an infrared mouse.
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It's to do with how the movement of the mouse isconverted into signal. A ball mouse uses a small marble sized ball that is rolled around underneath the mouse in a compartment. The sideways and up/down movement of the ball is converted by the mouse into an signal that tells the CPU how the mouse is moving. An optical mouse has no ball, but uses light, emitting red light onto a surface and tracking movement of the mouse by how this light is reflected back.
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That would be the laser sensor of the mouse.Wireless mouse tend to have laser sensors and Optical the ones with cord. They utilizes light-emitting diodes (LED) or laser as a method of tracking movement.
It senses movement (the roller ball), light (uses red LED to project light onto a tracking surface) and pressure (when you click).
Because Mickey Mouse doesn't have buttons on his red pants. However Mickey Mouse does have two polka dots on his Mickey Mouse's red pants.
laser mouse needed a light to move.