Surface Book 2 isn’t the only new Surface hardware that you can pre-order today: You can also pre-order a Surface Precision Mouse as well. It ships November 16.
It’s a pricey option at $99.99. And it’s decidedly a right-handed mouse only: Lefties need not apply. But if you can stomach the price (and are a rightie) this is actually a pretty decent pointing option, unlike most of Microsoft’s previous Surface-branded mice.
“Designed for exceptional accuracy, comfort, and control, the new Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse helps you stay in your flow with flawless scrolling, three customizable thumb buttons,1 and the ability to use with up to three computers at the same time,” the Microsoft Store website notes. “Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse helps you stay productive and in the flow with flawless transitions, patented magnetic scrolling for precise control, and a customizable design with three programmable buttons.”
The Surface Precision Mouse features both Bluetooth and wired USB connectivity, and it can be paired with up to three PCs, which is certainly unique. It’s even ergonomic, which is almost unheard of in Microsoft’s Surface peripheral lineup.
You can pre-order Surface Precision Mouse on the Microsoft Store for $99.99. If that’s too much money, you might also check out the goofy retro Classic IntelliMouse, which costs $39.99 and is available now.
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