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The Microsoft Surface Mouse is a peripheral that's designed to make working on Windows 10 tablets – especially Microsoft’s own – more comfortable. 

Paired with the Microsoft Surface Keyboard, the idea is that these two devices can turn your tablet into a laptop-like device.

The Microsoft Surface Mouse is priced at $49.99 (£44.99, AU$79.95), which isn’t cheap for a wireless mouse. However, Microsoft’s expertise in creating comfortable computing peripherals, along with a sturdy build quality and guaranteed compatibility (not that that’s much of an issue these days) goes some way to justifying the high price.

Design

The Microsoft Surface Mouse has been designed to accompany the stylish Surface Pro 4, with a silver and gray design that compliments the tablet, as well as the Surface Keyboard and Surface Dial.

It’s an attractive-looking device with a simple, yet somewhat elegant, design that means it won’t look out of place no matter what device you connect it to.

The scroll wheel that sits between the two mouse buttons is metal, giving it a sturdy and premium feel, with tiny grooves in the surface for better responsiveness. It looks great, and feels a million miles away from the occasionally cheap-feeling rubber or plastic scroll wheels of other mice.

The minimalist design of the mouse makes it very comfortable to use, with Microsoft’s designers – who know a thing or two about ergonomics – putting their experience to good use.

Performance

This minimalism extends to how the mouse is installed and used. No USB dongle is provided; instead, the mouse connects wirelessly via Bluetooth 4.0, and as every modern tablet has Bluetooth built in it means there’s no need for a fiddly or ugly-looking dongle. 

Most laptops should also have Bluetooth, and even some desktop PCs, though if the device you want to use the mouse with doesn’t have Bluetooth then you won’t be able to use the Microsoft Surface Mouse straight out of the box.

Assuming you do have a device with Bluetooth and Windows 10, then the set-up procedure is straightforward – just press the Bluetooth button by the batteries on the bottom of the mouse to enter pairing mode, then use the Windows 10 Settings app to add the Bluetooth device; Windows 10 took very little time to find our Microsoft Surface Mouse and install the correct drivers.

Once connected the mouse was fast and responsive, with its laser accurately tracking the movement of the mouse over a variety of surfaces, including wood, glass and glossy desktop. At 90.9 grams the mouse is light enough to comfortably use for long periods of time without feeling cheap and flimsy.

The aforementioned ergonomic design allows the mouse to fit comfortably in your hand, making it a decent choice if you’re looking to use it for long periods. The metal scroll wheel also feels satisfying to use, and the metal design feels great under fingertip, with the grooves giving you enough purchase to quickly scroll through websites and documents.

The size of the mouse means that when you're using it with the full-size Microsoft Surface Keyboard to work on a tablet, you can enjoy an experience very similar to using a desktop PC. While the Microsoft Surface Mouse can be carried around easily, it does feel like it’s designed more for keeping on a desk.

Although the Microsoft Surface Mouse has been made with Microsoft’s Surface tablets in mind, it is compatible with other Windows 10 tablets, as well as Android devices running 4.4.2 or higher and Mac OS 10 machines; oh, and Microsoft Windows 10 phones are also supported, which is good news for the three people who use them.

We liked

The design and build quality are top notch, as we’ve come to expect from Microsoft’s peripherals division, and setting the mouse up is incredibly easy.

We didn’t like

There’s not much to dislike here. The price is quite high, but you are getting a very well made mouse for your money.

Final verdict

The Microsoft Surface Mouse is very good accompaniment to your Windows 10 tablet. If you use your tablet for working on, then having a mouse of this calibre can make you more productive, especially when teamed with the Microsoft Surface Keyboard.

It is pricey, but it's a worthy investment if you want to use your tablet as a laptop-like device. As well as the great design and very good build quality, the Microsoft Surface Mouse is smooth and responsive when used on a variety of surfaces, making it a versatile peripheral.

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Lightweight and portable—with smooth scrolling, sculpted comfortable design, and dongle-free Bluetooth® connectivity—Surface Mobile Mouse works on a variety of surfaces thanks to BlueTrack technology.


Features

BlueTrack technology

Cord- and dongle-free

Up to 1 year of battery life

Smooth, natural scrolling


Specifications

Dimensions: 4.22” x 2.37” x 1.01” (107.20 mm x 60.30 mm x 25.80 mm)

Weight: 2.75 oz (78 g), including 2 AAA alkaline batteries

Interface: Bluetooth® 4.01/4.1/4.2

Wireless frequency: 2.4GHz frequency range

Wireless range: 33 feet (10 meters) in open air, up to 16 feet (5 meters) in typical office environment

Buttons: Left, right, middle button, wheel, and power (pairing button by long press)

Tracking: Microsoft propriety BlueTrack™ Technology Windows 10/8.1

Compatibility: Windows 10/Windows 10 ARM/Windows 8.1/Mac OS 10+/Android 6.0+

Battery life: Up to 12 months typical usage, may vary

Warranty: 1-year limited hardware warranty


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The Microsoft Surface is meant to serve as both a tablet and a laptop. With its USB ports, it is easy to attach a variety of devices to the Surface. While it does have a built in touchpad (if you have the keyboard), users can attach a wired or wireless mouse to use with the device. Connecting the mouse is easy as is using it. Here is how you can do it:

1. Depending on the type of mouse you are going to be using, you will first have to connect it to your Microsoft Surface.
2. If you have a wired mouse, plug the USB cable into one of the USB ports on your device. If you have to turn the mouse on, do so at this point.
3. If the mouse is wireless, plug the USB adapterinto the Microsoft Surface. Make sure the mouse is on.
4. Your Surface will recognize that you are attempting to add hardware and will connect with it automatically.
5. If, for some reason, your mouse is not recognized, you can go to Settingsand tap Change PC settings. Tap PC and Devices and then tap Devices.
6. If you do not see your mouse listed under Devices, you can tap Add Deviceand follow the on-screen instructions to add the mouse.

 

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