Microsoft reveals a new Surface Precision Mouse built for the Surface Book 2
Today, along with the Surface Book 2, and the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update of course, Microsoft revealed a new Surface Precision Mouse. Crafted from premium materials and made with ergonomic principles in mind, the mouse is designed for exceptional accuracy, bringing users the control necessary to stay in the flow of creativity.
A top feature on the mouse is three buttons on the left side that can be programmed to do tasks such as launch a program, execute a complex macro or save a document. The mouse can also be paired with up to three PCs, allowing it to be taken anywhere necessary. Other notable features include side grips, machined aluminum buttons and scroll wheel, and the option to connect to your computer wirelessly via Bluetooth or through a wired connection.
The mouse is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8..1 and Windows 7 via USB mode, Macintosh Mac OS X v10.12+, and Android 5.0 or higher. Please be aware that Customizable and multi-device support will not be available on Windows 10S. Customization of buttons and Smart Switching is also only available using Mouse and Keyboard Center Software. Other tech specs for the mouse can be seen below.
- Rechargeable USB cable provided, battery life of 3 months
- Length: 122.6 mm
- Width: 77.6 mm
- Depth/Height: 43.3 mm
- Weight: 135 g
- Three customizable buttons
- Medium-profile arch
- Ergonomic design
- Machined aluminum
- Molded TPE side grip and thumb rest
- Network USB 2.1
- Bluetooth Low Energy 4.0/4.1/4.2 compatible
This no doubt will be a welcome member of the growing collection of Surface accessories, including the Surface Bluetooth Keyboard, and the Surface Bluetooth Mouse. Do you think you will be picking this mouse in the holiday season? Let us know your thoughts below.Further reading: Microsoft, Surface, Surface Book 2, Surface Precision Mouse