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Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse
Pocketable size, Appealing industrial design, BlueTrack sensor registers well on most surfaces
Tiny innovative design, Vertical and horizontal scrolling is ideal for Windows 8, Easy Bluetooth connectivity.
Smart build for touch functions and battery, Tiny; great for travel
The Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse has an elegant, extremely compact, and surprisingly usable design, and works as well as advertised.
No gesture support beyond scrolling, Shape is best suited to smaller hands, Battery life could be better
Awkward form factor.
Touch functions limited to scrolling, even on Windows 8, Available touch panel on any OS is clunky and slow, Expensive considering the complete lack of touchsensitive features…on a mouse named the Wedge Touch
Touch gestures are limited to basic one-finger four-way scrolling, and a $70 price tag feels too lofty.
By Gadget Guy Australia on December 24, 2013
There are a lot of notebook mice out there, and Microsoft has been engineering them for as long as a lot of them. There was the Bluetrack Explorer, the fold-up Arc, and even the flat rubber Arc Touch, and while the Wedge Touch continues some of that...70
By Computer Shopper on April 08, 2013
For a tiny Bluetooth mouse, the Wedge Touch delivers responsive performance and a sleek design. But Windows 8 users should note there's no gesture support, and some will find the lack of a palm rest uncomfortable....70
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 17, 2012
Microsoft has recently launched a duo of Windows 8 ready peripherals - the Wedge Mobile Keyboard and the Wedge Touch Mouse - and we at MSN Tech have had our hands-on them, putting the pair through their...-
By PC Mag on October 29, 2012
The Microsoft Mobile Touch Mouse is tiny and lets you take Windows 8-friendly four-way scrolling...70
By TechRadar on October 20, 2012
With the launch of Windows 8 , Microsoft has released some new peripherals that have been designed to complement the new operating system, and its new way of doing things. First up is the Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse, a rather odd looking Bluetooth-only...70
By Computeractive on October 08, 2012
The Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse is designed for use with Windows 8 laptops and tablets, but it also works with Windows 7 and Mac computers too. This portable mouse could be handy if you don't like using laptop touchpads. The Wedge mouse connects...-
By GadgetReview on September 27, 2012
We only just looked at the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse, but the Redmond-based software giant is also releasing a smaller, more advanced mobile mouse to meet the requirements of an ever touchier audience. And by touchier, I mean they enjoy touch...40
By PC Advisor on September 11, 2012
It's not cheap, or big. And on first site the Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse looks as though it wouldn't be comfortable for long-term use. But like Windows 8 itself, we found it surprisingly comfortable and efficient to use. It's well built,...80
By Pocket-lint on August 30, 2012
We love the Wedge Touch mouse, it's small but perfectly formed and it works as a full-sized mouse would, but in a tiny package. It's comfortable enough to use for extended periods too, making it ideal for travel....80
By 5FWD on August 30, 2012
Microsoft's Wedge Touch mouse is a novel idea and for those who need to get work done regularly on the go (we're thinking cross country train journeys rather than short bus rides) and it’s ideal for all those Windows 8 devices just around...60