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Support for multitouch gestures right on mouse's upper surface.
Quick setup and reasonable learning curve.
Great for multitaskers working on multiple monitors.
Sleek and modern design looks great on your desk.
Micro USB receiver with stow and go storage in the bottom of the mouse.
Design (For Some).
Not good for gaming.
On some PCs, USB receiver requires use of extension cable to get a clear signal.
Absence of middle click functionality.
Expensive for some users.
By PC Advisor on September 12, 2012
We like the Touch Mouse, with some reservations. At £39 it's a solid mouse, and Microsoft input devices tend to last for a good long while. We're just not so enamoured of the gesture control, and found it a little slow....70
By PCWorld New Zealand on February 28, 2012
Microsoft’s Touch Mouse, aimed at Windows 7 users, is a direct challenge to Apple’s multi-touch Magic Mouse. Apple’s Magic Mouse is an uncomfortable, gimmicky device. Did Microsoft Hardware, with its history of high-quality...40
By Computer Shopper on February 01, 2012
Microsoft's clever Windows 7-specific mouse brings some of Win 7's keyboard shortcuts to the tips of your mousing fingers. It's a great fit for efficiency hounds....80
By hardwarezone.com.sg on January 31, 2012
At first glance, it’s a little hard not to look at Microsoft’s Touch Mouse, and think of Apple’s Mighty Mouse; a device that held a lot of promise, but in very un-Apple fashion, turned out badly implemented and above all, mediocre....85
By GeekZone on January 03, 2012
Imagine you have a mouse and a touchpad, all packaged together in one single product. That’s pretty much what the Microsoft Touch mouse is. While I do have a preference for a different style of mouse for my desktop at home, the Microsoft Touch...-
By Craving Tech on December 22, 2011
Microsoft Touch Mouse Review – Though Windows 7 offers a smoother and cleaner interface compared to Windows XP, we are still stuck with using our traditional point and click mechanism to interact with the multiple windows on our desktop area. For...-
By DreamWare Computers on December 15, 2011
The concept of replacing traditional mechanical buttons with touch sensitive buttons is finding it's way onto more and more computer products. Every monitor I've owned for the last few years now has had touch sensitive buttons. Same goes for the...-
By GadgetSpeak on November 29, 2011
Touch is the current hot topic when features are mentioned. Now Microsoft’s latest mouse joins the party....60
By The Lobe and Mail on November 11, 2011
Microsoft’s Touch Mouse isn’t a particularly thrilling piece of hardware to look at. Its smooth, arched back tapers to a pretty point at the front, and a BlueTrack laser system creates an unusual sapphire glow under its belly, but most folks...-
By Pocket-lint on October 21, 2011
A mouse that we wanted to love, but just couldn't because of its excessive weight and sluggishness. Out old, wired, Laser mouse is so much nicer to use and less prone to high-tech problems, like misinterpreted gestures....50