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Microsoft Touch Mouse

by Microsoft
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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  • Touch is all it takes - Experience multitouch with natural gestures for effortless productivity
  • Windows 7 has met its mouse - TouchMouse gives you even easier access to the enhanced productivity provided by Windows 7
  • Contoured shape - Superior comfort in a multitouch mouse that’s designed to fit your hand
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight440 g
Product Dimensions15.8 x 10.2 x 8 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model number3KJ-00003
Hardware PlatformPC
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 10,019 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight458 g
Date First Available8 Jun 2011
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Product Description

Product Description

Microsoft Touch Mouse

Touch Mouse
Effortless productivity.
Windows® 7 at your fingertips. With this multitouch mouse, exclusively for Windows 7, all tasks become more natural, fluid, and intuitive.

Contoured shape
Contoured shape.

Touch is all it takes

Experience multitouch with natural gestures for effortless productivity.

Windows 7 has met its mouse

TouchMouse gives you even easier access to the enhanced productivity provided by Windows 7.

Contoured shape

Superior comfort in a multitouch mouse that's designed to fit your hand.

BlueTrack Technology™

Works on difficult surfaces-rough, glossy, or soft.

What is BlueTrack?

Microsoft’s proprietary BlueTrack™ Technology works on more surfaces than both optical and laser mice. It uses high-angle imaging optics to generate an accurate picture of the surface.

Now track more accurately on:




3-year limited hardware warranty

Elegant and easy

One Finger Scroll, flick or pan any direction for quick navigation.

Two Fingers Snap to see your windows side by side, or maximize and minimize.

Three Fingers Show all open windows or reveal your desktop.

System Requirements

Compatible with Windows 7 - Windows® 7
- 100 MB
- 2AA alkaline batteries (included)

Product Description

Microsoft Touch Mouse: 3KJ-00003

Windows¬ģ 7 at Your Fingertips With this multitouch mouse; exclusively for Windows 7; all tasks become more natural; fluid; and intuitive.

OneTouch is all it takes
Experience multitouch with natural gestures for effortless productivity.

Windows 7 has met its mouse
TouchMouse gives you even easier access to the enhanced productivity provided by Windows 7.

Contoured shape
Superior comfort in a multitouch mouse that‚€TMs designed to fit your hand.

BlueTrack‚"Ę Technology
Microsoft BlueTrack Technology combines the power of optical with the precision of laser for remarkable tracking on virtually any surface.

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Customer Reviews

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Avoid 4 Dec 2011
Having struggled along with a Logitech M620 for quite a while and got increasingly annoyed with a wheel that had a mind of it's own and would scroll at the drop of a pin, I decided to try the Microsoft Touch Mouse, as it seemed to promise all the benefits of a touch pad with the advantage of being able to physically move the cursor plus a few added features "to make life simpler". But it's a real let-down.

The bad points:
1. The mouse does not feel comfortable in the hand. It feels quite small in the hand, yet too long for my fingers to reach the front. As this seems to be where it is most responsive to touch, this is a problem for me, although I do have relatively short fingers.
2. I have played around with the settings and cannot find a setting that allows me to make a movement and position the cursor where I want it first time. Accuracy is such a problem that the mouse becomes unusable for certain things. For example, finding the corner of a cell in a spreadsheet and dragging it down to copy is almost impossible at normal size. Positioning the cursor whilst writing this review has been a trial.
3. The mouse will not move smoothly across the desktop, feeling like it has been dipped in jam. I cannot use it with my mouse mat and it is only slightly better on a wooden surface.
4. Judgement of the pressure needed on the mouse to get the basic scrolling function to work properly is very difficult and varies across applications.
5. The extra touch functions are similarly difficult to master and I quite often find myself closing windows, snapping etc. by accident and at inappropriate times.
6. Useless for any sort of applications or games requiring precision.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A sad, sad mouse 29 Jan 2013
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First off I have to say I wanted to love this item. I've used a Microsoft mouse since I can remember, one my last mice I bought in 2000, was an optical intellimouse with a scroll wheel. I liked it so much I went out and bought two more; one for the office, one for home and one to carry in my laptop bag. They lasted for nearly nine years before I had to buy another which I still have and am using now.

First the good points, Its very well made. And that's all I can say positive about it.

Where do I start with the bad? First the weight, it feels three times the weight of the intellimouse with the batteries fitted. So heavy that the first couple of days of use I had aches in my forearm from lifting it off the desk. Which leads to the next issue, shape. Given the weight you need to grip it tighter than you might like to pick it up of the surface but it's hard to get a grip easily and you end up with a hand ache as well. And because of the weight it seems to scrape across the desk surface even though it has the same kind of glide pads as other mice. It's quite low profile as well so if you have large hands it gets to be a chore just to try to keep hold of the thing.

Next bad thing, that scroll surface. It's less accurate than just about anything I know. Motion is jerky, scrolling is useless if you want to be able to easily glide up and down a window and to cap it all you seem to have to scroll in the centre of the mouse or it doesn't register. And if you're used to thumb pressing the side of the mouse to navigate back or forward in the browser history the flaky sensitivity and the frankly wasteful brush gesture will annoy you when it only works 50% of the time.

Finally windows 8.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars No good at all 28 Jan 2013
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Touch gestures just never worked properly. Try and click the right mouse button and 90% of the time the left button would click instead. Absolutely useless. Plus point is that the bluetrack system worked well but you get the same results with a mouse at 75% of the cost of this mouse. Avoid at all costs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A Really Rubbish Mouse 15 Oct 2012
By Terry
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I am extremely disappointed with this product. I have used Microsoft mice and keyboards in the past and have always loved them. This touch mouse reverses my feelings.

Firstly is lacks the sensitivity needed for normal office work. The scroll function is particularly bad you never know if moving your finger will scroll a few lines or many pages. The movement of the cursor is very jumpy and cannot be relied on.

The design of the left key is very bad and I continually find my thumb getting under the edge of the key and stopping the left mouse press. The thumb action needed to page back and forward hardly ever works.

The batteries make the mouse heavy and the first set of batteries lasted just a month.

The double finger gestures seem OK but seeing as I seldom use these they do not make up for the shortcomings.

Overall this is a load of rubbish and after trying for a month I am now going back to my Microsoft Explorer Mouse.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst. "Mouse". Ever 9 Sep 2012
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This must win the award for the worst mouse ever designed. I think Microsoft set out with the goal to design the most annoying frustrating stupid mouse possible - and succeeded.

For the following reasons I am returning the mouse and will probably never buy Microsoft hardware ever again:

1. Mouse designers were living in the stone age and decided to use two AA batteries to power the mouse making it extremely heavy affecting precision.

2. The mouse base pads are not smooth and make even basic movement very difficult - forget about precision

3. The mouse cant tell the difference between left and right click!! Yes you heard correct! Because they thought it was a good idea to make one big shell rather then separate physical buttons you have to click on the extreme right of the mouse to get it to guarantee a right click

4. The same stupid single shell design has another annoying issue - there is a 1mm gap around the mouse - just about the same region you rest your thumb. Nicely, whenever you click it pinches your thumb slightly...

5. The touch functionality has 0 customazibility power that even a basic £5 mouse will have and you are forced to use their defaults for it.

6. The scroll does not always work its completely random that it will work and since there is no physical wheel you're paranoid as to if you are doing it right.

7. There is no Middle Button/wheel click! So say goodbye to closing chrome/Visual Studio tabs with middle button click

6. In fact the touch/slide functionality also does not always work

I have never ever reviewed a product before so you can imagine how frustrated I am at this "£70 mouse" as I return it....
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars ok
Its just ok.
something is rattling inside but it still works.
Takes sometime to get used to the gestures.
Cheaper than other sites.
Published 21 days ago by Masoud Ilyas
5.0 out of 5 stars Makes me feel like a windows ninja.
I came on here to buy this mouse for someone else and I'm really surprised by all the negative reviews so I thought I'd chip in. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Mr E.
2.0 out of 5 stars More of a nuisance than a help
I find it difficult to use when trying the touch facilities. There is very little information on the touch strokes for this particular touch mouse. Read more
Published 5 months ago by T. Cliss
1.0 out of 5 stars An expensive mistake
Guided by complimentary reviews, I bought this replacement for a standard wheel mouse. The touch effect is unreliable compared to a wheel and the other effects are gimmicks that... Read more
Published 6 months ago by Mark Singleton
1.0 out of 5 stars Just dont waste your time with this
As a concept this is very clever, quite like the Apple Magic Mouse. But Microsoft really haven't pulled it off. Read more
Published 7 months ago by WillD
4.0 out of 5 stars Cool device but it often performs the wrong gestures
It's a bit of an annoying problem. Whenever I rest my hand on the mouse, it tends to go to the last page because it's recognizing my thumb as performing a gesture. Read more
Published 7 months ago by JamesDavies
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Mouse perfect for Windows 8
This is a perfect complement for windows 8 - once you get used to the gestures it is like having the best of touch and mouse at your fingertips! Read more
Published 8 months ago by L. Joskey
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Mouse Ever
I bought this mouse for my home computer and have been delighted aftet several months of using it. It is an instinctive product so using all of its features is very natural. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Frank
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
It's just not that good. If you're used to a highly responsive trackpad or apple's magic mouse, you'll be a bit frustrated with this. Read more
Published 9 months ago by R Edward
2.0 out of 5 stars Not good
I bought this and have been using for several months and just cannot get used to it. The touch functions could be really annoying and too sensitive and eats up batteries quite... Read more
Published 11 months ago by Paul
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