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  • Compact design for ultimate portability. Designed specifically to use with tablets, on the go
  • Four way touch scrolling: scroll vertically and horizontally using the sleek touch strip
  • BlueTrack technology - works on virtually any surface in your home, office, or anywhere in between
  • Works great with Windows 8 - Provides smooth and fluid Windows 8 navigation experience
  • Bluetooth wireless connectivity - No transceiver needed to connect to your laptop or tablet
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandMicrosoft
Item Weight222 g
Product Dimensions20 x 20 x 5 cm
Batteries:1 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model number3LR-00001
SeriesWedge Touch Bluetooth Mouse
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
  
Additional Information
ASINB008M6GYNG
Best Sellers Rank 19,040 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight259 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse

Wedge Touch Mouse
Compact for ultimate portability
Offers Ultimate Portability

The stylish, minimalist design of the Wedge Touch Mouse will allow you to be productive anytime, anywhere. It is optimized for Windows 8 navigation, works with most tablets and laptops, has wireless Bluetooth connectivity, and BlueTrack technology for using on virtually any surface.

4-way touch scrolling
4-way touch scrolling
  • Compact design for ultimate portability

  • 4-way touch scrolling for navigating up, down, left and right

  • Wireless Bluetooth connectivity - no transceiver required

  • Optimized for Windows 8 navigation

  • Works with most tablets and laptops

  • Works on virtually any surface with BlueTrack Technology

What is BlueTrack?

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.

System Requirements

- Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows 7
- 150 MB
- 1 AA alkaline battery (included)

Compatibility

Box Contains

  • Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse
  • Batteries included

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    Customer Reviews

    3.9 out of 5 stars

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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Harv on 8 Oct. 2013
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    I'm surprised that this has received so many good reviews.
    I'm usually a Microsoft advocate as I own, use and support Microsofts software and hardware products at work and at home. This is the first of Microsofts that I absolutely can not stand (most I like, and only a few others I learn to tolerate), and I returned the first of two thinking that the first was a dud, and the replacement would be better. I was wrong.
    I'm over the size of it - and in fact the tiny size and design is its only saving grace. Once I had my attention taken away from the design and started to use it though, it all went wrong. The gestures (with Windows 8 and 8.1), whilst they work is too small a surface area to make it less than frustrating navigating anything within Windows. The scrolling up and down is either too small in stages, or scrolls at such a fast pace, that there seems to be no happy medium. The lag and delay of scrolling is bad too - forget trying to scroll a line at a time, by the time it has finished registering how far your finger has moved, it has either scrolled too much or too little (depending on its mood it seems).
    The right-click function has a very specific spot on the right hand side where it will actually register (too far forward and it will take a right click as a left click). Also, if you are merely resting your index finger on the top of the mouse not so that it clicks, but just on top (which I do occasionally) - when right clicking, again it will take the right-click as a left click. The solution is to lift your index finger off the mouse first before you use your other finger to right click, but I'm not keen on changing the way I use a mouse that I have been using for over 15 years, just to make this mouse do what I want it to.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Zardon on 11 Dec. 2012
    I bought this for my Microsoft Surface tablet and it works really well. I wanted something on the move, as I don't like to just rely and use the touch screen interface. Especially when editing documents and files on the move. Scrolling works on the tablet too like a normal mouse.

    it paired immediately and has worked really well. It also connected fine to my Sony laptop.

    it is very small, but usable and ideal for tight positions, such as if on a flight, or with only a few inches of room for tracking.

    Very well built and quite responsive.

    Recommmended.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Damian Lynch on 2 July 2013
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    This does everything it claims and more.
    Even the apple guys, who normally mock all my Windows devices, have conceded how cool this device is.

    I cant imagine ever using a conventional mouse or touchpad ever again.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By PWS on 30 Sept. 2013
    The ecstacy comes from the looks and the build quality; the agony comes from it's functionality and ergonomics.
    I really wanted to like this mouse. It looks really cool and runs from one AA cell. However after a week of using it I finally had to admit to myself that we were not getting along well together.

    The issues are:
    1/ Unlike a conventional mouse with this mouse you have to grip (note grip, not just place fingers on) each side with your thumb (left side) and middle finger (right side) leaving your pointing finger for clicking and scrolling. The sides of this mouse are smooth shiny metal which makes them slippy so you need to exert reasonable pressure to maintain a hold on the unit. This gets a bit tiring after a while. Also the flat metal surface feels uncomfortable against the fingers.
    2/ Scrolling is done by moving the finger against a touch sensitive surface. There is no tactile feedback - as you would get from a scroll wheel - so, unless you are quite carefull all the time, you end up scrolling right past what you really want to see on the screen.
    3/ It's just too darn small for prolonged use. I've got quite small hands but using this mouse just felt awkward, as though my fingers were being made to adopt strange stress inducing positions.

    Nice try Microsoft but the bottom line is that it's a triumph of cool looks over human factors design.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tora on 22 April 2013
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    Tech has come a long way in the last few years. I had this working on my Surface Pro about 30 seconds after I took it out of the (very cool) packaging. The design is really nice - it looks a bit strange at first sight, but the vertical and horizontal scrolling works by simply running a finger across it - and it auto-detects which direction you want to go in. The battery release is cool as well. I use my Surface for business quite a bit and this definitely enhances it - the inbuilt touchpad is as good as you could expect for a device of this size, but it is a bit small and easy to accidentally move files you were not intending to when using Desktop mode.
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    I bought this as a companion for my Surface Pro 2 hybrid. My main concern was that I needed a portable device; I already have a Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse which I love, so I wanted to try this out to see what it was like. My other concern was that since the Surface Pro 2 has only one USB port, I didn't want it to be tied up with a USB-Bluetooth dongle. I wanted a mouse that could pair directly.

    The size of the mouse really does surprise you - it's smaller than any mouse you've probably used. Pairing is a quick and painless process, even when turning it on from off/sleep state. The Bluetooth connection is established almost instantaneously. Tracking works quite well on a variety of surfaces. Unlike some of the other reviewers, I'm quite happy with the tactile interface. (I guess I'm used to it because I already use the Arc Touch mouse.)

    In hindsight though, I've realised that I use my Surface mostly at home because I have my work laptop at work / business trips. The form factor is not really ergonomic - in fact, it tiny size makes it very painful after a while to hold on and work with it. This not a ding on the product because it does and is what it says on the tin - the decision to buy it was mine; just that it doesn't fit in well with my use case.
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