Armed with the Razer Copperhead, hardcore gamers can no longer blame ignominious defeat on the !@#$% mouse. Among its foe-fragging features is a first-ever tracking precision of 2,000 dots per inch and a one-millisecond response rate for the fastest and most accurate moves. It's also the only mouse to dedicate 32 kilobytes of onboard memory to saving different settings for different games, so you can go from the precision-demanding first-person shooter to a more casual role-playing fantasy without messing around in a control panel.
How tightly can you crop your digital photos and still get great results when you enlarge them?
We spoke with staff photographer John B. Carnett to get to the bottom of this not-so-simple question. Carnett says that it really depends on what you plan to do with the image. Great results for one person might be a grainy image, but one blown up large enough to cover a gaping hole in a bedroom wall. Others demand images that look just like the real thing.