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Microsoft Wireless Arc Mouse
Unique, folding design, Wireless USB receiver snaps into the bottom for transport.
Offers good control, Is very comfortable in the hand
Compact and portable design fits perfectly in your hand easy to connect and use
Pretty design and incredibly compact size. Comes with a travel pouch!
Attractive design, Good performance, Very portable
Light; convenient folding body for travel; good response from buttons and wheel; long operational range; comfortable matte finish; tiny receiver; comes in red; ambidextrous.
Folding design, Long battery life, Good wireless range
Sleek and stylish design, Folding, collapsible design turns mouse on/off, Includes carrying pouch
Innovative, functional design, Very comfortable shape, Suitable for users with repetitive stress injuries, Compact USB dongle, Flawless glossy paint finish with rubberized sides and underside, Long purported battery life, Elegant carry case included, Mous
Cool and creative design; snap-in mini receiver adds to portability; laser sensor.
Full-size mouse that folds smaller than most notebook mice. Virtually weightless. Extra tiny receiver can stow beneath mouse when not in use. Sharp precision.
Unique appearance; collapsible design saves bag space and secures wireless receiver; easy to set up.
No rechargeable option, Some owners complain of reliability issues
Back button is poorly placed I would have liked a trackball
Very uncomfortable shape. Odd sensor placement makes cursor control tricky.
Awkward side button, A bit pricey
May be a little small or light for some hands; slight right-handed orientation for side button to work with thumb.
Sensitivity may be too low for some users, Lag is a factor with small movements
Uncomfortable to use after prolonged use, Awkward and hard to reach side button
Can't track on a glass desk, Lack of heft takes some getting used to, Left side button next to impossible to press, Scroll wheel only scrolls vertically and makes cheap sounds, Mouse not rechargeable...
Clunky software affects scrolling.
Relies on AAA batteries with no recharge option. Cannot be used when hinge is folded.
Side button hard to use with a standard mouse grip.
By ConsumerSearch on December 01, 2010
Over the years, Microsoft has repeatedly taken risks with its mouse designs -- many of which have paid off, according to reviewers. One unusual -- and successful -- product is the Arc Mouse, a lightweight, portable, wireless mouse that folds to just...-
By CgeNa on April 21, 2010
This architecturally designed stylish mouse for your desktop and laptop computers will definitely give a punch to your lifestyle. Because it's wireless, it means you can say bye bye to messy, tangled wires. The wireless range is about 30 ft away,...-
By Notebook Cooling on April 01, 2010
The Microsoft Arc is a mouse for fashionistas. Its unique and stylish form is attractive for users looking to be hip on the go. For people looking for ergonomics for long time use, look elsewhere, a mouse such as the Microsoft Notebook Mouse 5000...-
By PCWorld India on January 31, 2010
The Microsoft Arc is not a cheap mouse, but still the design and comfort is impresssive. This is good for frequent travelers who want a better laptop...78
By About.com on January 01, 2010
Manufacturer's SiteEven though the Microsoft Arc mouse looks more like a decorative accessory than a fully functional mouse, it can be used quite comfortably for moderate periods of time. It would make an attractive choice for a laptop user whose...80
By Skatter Tech on January 01, 2010
When it comes down to it, Microsoft’s Arc Mouse offers a lot for its price tag. But, is it enough? Unfortunately, I definitely feel it looses value since it lacks a ‘forward’ key and since the positioning of the ‘back’ key...-
By Hardware-Pacers on October 04, 2009
Microsoft has been an innovative hardware manufacturer for over 35 years and lately the company has focused on both functionality and design. The Arc Mouse is one of the remarkable design innovations that will fit the style of many design oriented...98
By InsideHW on October 03, 2009
Microsoft Arc, after all, isn’t mouse that can be used for long periods of time but you shouldn’t be troubled with that fact too much. Its main purpose is to provide easier utilization of your notebook or netbook on the road. It does its job...-
By VR-Zone on July 01, 2009
To start off this years coverage of the PC Show, we head off to Sonys booth, located at the left corner nearest to the entrance. A considerable crowd forms around the display shelves, makes one wonder how squeezy it would be once the weekend is...-
By DigitalVersus on June 04, 2009
The Arc Mouse was designed with the laptop in mind, for people on the move. It is very compact when you fold it but offers the same comfort as a « big » mouse when it is fully expanded. It then has a crescent shape and becomes almost twice the...80