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Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse
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- 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
- Comfort and control for either hand: experience full-size comfort, with rubber side grips for control and cushioning and a shape that fits either hand
- Bluetooth wireless connectivity - no transceiver needed to connect to your laptop or tablet
- Works great with Windows 8: provides smooth and fluid Windows 8 navigation experience
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Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse
Designed for Comfort and Portability
The Sculpt Touch Mouse is designed to get things done on the go. The touch strip makes scrolling through long and wide documents quick and easy with just a touch of a finger. Sculpt Touch Mouse is also a powerful complement to Windows 8, with fluid navigation of the Start Screen. With wireless Bluetooth connectivity and BlueTrack Technology, it works almost anywhere with no dongle or transceiver to lose — from the coffee shop to the park bench.
- 4-way touch scrolling for navigating up, down, left and right
- Designed for comfort and portability
- Wireless Bluetooth connectivity - no transceiver required
- Works with many Android tablets
- 3 customizable buttons for more control
- 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
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Top Customer Reviews
This new Microsoft mouse manages tick tick most of my boxes. It has no lag, very little jitter, a good middle mouse botton (the left and right buttons are fine too), and it's comfortable to hold. It's a little small perhaps, but not so much as to make it uncomfortable.
Curiously it doesn't come with any drivers, and there are none for download (at least on the Mac), but the bluetooth paired up without a problem and it seems to work fine. A tip for Mac users - try using third party mouse control panels such as CursorSense to get more control over the way the pointer moves. Personally I like a completely flat response, with no acceleration.
I can't comment on battery life yet for obvious reasons, but Microsoft claims it's an epic 9 months, which really would be an impressive achievement if true. Oh and it looks nice enough too, and is solidly built. An option for a white one would have been nice though.
This is a laptop mouse, I've been using it for a desktop mouse and I really wish I'd bought something bigger.
It does track very well and it is quite comfortable, but I wouldn't think of using it for gaming - just occasional use really.
The scroll button (flat middle button) is quite neat. It works, and gives feedback... I'm sure that a wheel mouse would have worked just as well but the benefits of having a flat button can't be understated. It doesn't require cleaning and won't stop working because it's gotton caught on something or clogged up.
It's ok.... I'm not raving about it because there are more comfortable mice out there - but no real complaints either.
My only issue is with the Bluetooth configuration options that should allow you to change the scroll speed for the scroll touchpad and the vibration/scroll wheel feedback settings. There is a Microsoft settings program to download, but it seems to be a widely reported issue with the Bluetooth 'stack' on Toshiba laptops that prevents the settings being saved to the mouse. After trying unsuccessfully to get the settings to change on the laptop, I installed the MS program on an iMac running Windows and there was no problem changing the vibration settings etc and the configuration was retained when I next paired it with the original Toshiba laptop. This does not affect the basic operation of the mouse and it paired via Bluetooth to the laptop with no bother, but there seems to be this issue with changing settings via this MS program on Toshiba laptops.
Despite that gripe, it's a great product and clearly better quality than the much cheaper alternatives I've tried previously.
For surface tracking and comfort this mouse would get 5/5. It tracks with wonderful precision on every surface I've tried. This includes my sleeping cat.
For ergonomics 1/5. It is comfortable in my hand (which is medium sized, male).
For reliability 3/5. It sometimes loses signal and either stops responding for several seconds or goes haywire.
For functionality 2/5. Three buttons these days is like the Apple days of one button. Apps are much more complex beasts with many options. Games are a whole different universe, one in which this mouse would be rapidly drawn to an event horizon.
For Scrolling 1/5. It desperately wants to be an Apple Magic Mouse and fails miserably. The up/down-left/right scrolling "feature" is incredibly clunky and lacks all the finesse one is used to in Apple mouses. The haptic (or hectic) feedback is quite disturbing as well as pointless. Flicking the "Touch" surface fore and aft or port and starboard makes the little thing vibrate (quite noisily) under one's hand. Scrolling accuracy just doesn't exist on the Sculpt Touch. Apple's magic Mouse has acceleration and one learns in seconds just how far up and down or left and right flicking velocity gets you. I wanted this to so much be on a par with the Magic Mouse but it fails miserably. Where it thrashes the Magic Mouse (tracking, battery life and, er, tracking) it does so resoundingly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Comfort-wise it's too small. The touch pad on top barely works. The emulated ratched scroll is awful, but without it you don't know if the touch is being registered or not - like I... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Jake Archibald
The touch panel is not as good as a wheel but the mouse works, as advertised, on just about any surface.Published 1 month ago by G Marsh
Bought to replace a 3-yr old Microsoft wireless mouse that had a faulty wheel for use on a laptop / Surface Pro-3. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Some users seem to have an issue with the touch sensitive scrolling of this mouse and I was initially wary of buying it; but in practice I personally find no difficulty. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Borodin
Not as good as a regular scroll mouse - avoid. What are MS trying to achieve here I wonder - looks like change for the sake of........Published 7 months ago by Martyn B.
Great bluetooth mouse! I especially like the touch surface to scroll instead of a wheel. If your laptop supports bluetooth you don't lose a USB socket to a dongle like with many... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr. Stephen