Along with the Surface Book 2, Microsoft launched a new Precision Mouse. The company’s Surface Book 2 was aimed towards professionals, including gamers, but the regular Surface Mouse didn’t do the job for that. Microsoft had to release something that would work well with gamers and other professionals, and that’s exactly what the Precision Mouse was for.
The company has now released a sleek new black variant of the Precision Mouse. For those who aren’t a huge fan of the silver colorway, you can now get it in the black version for the same price, as first reported by Windows Central. Of course, we still can’t get Surface devices in the same black color, so that’s something we will still have to continue waiting for.
Functionality wise, the Precision Mouse is more than just a regular mouse. It hs 3 configurable buttons that you can customize to trigger certain actions within Windows, and it also lets you switch between multiple computers at the same time, letting you multitask quite easily. Theis mouse is much like Logitech’s MX Master, which I have long been a fan of.