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  • Comfortable but stylish design
  • Features BlueTrack Technology and works virtually on just about any surface
  • Connect wirelessly through the USB Nano transceiver for a 10-foot range
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Product Description

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Product Description

Windows 8 offers even more ways to customize your Touch Mouse, with a new set of gesture setting options. Enjoy the exclusive natural, fluid, and intuitive multitouch gestures made for Windows 8 or Windows 7. Get the best of both worlds—the control and precision of a conventional mouse, blended with the fluid movement available in touch technology.

From the Manufacturer

Microsoft Touch Mouse

Touch Mouse
Contoured shape.
Windows 7 and Windows 8 at Your Fingertips

Touch Mouse, made exclusively for Windows 7 and Windows 8, makes everyday tasks more fluid and natural. With Windows 8, delight in intuitive horizontal scrolling on the Windows 8 Start Screen and enjoy specific 1, 2 and 3 finger gesture settings for Windows 8 and Window 7.

Additional Gesture Settings in Windows 8

Get the best of both worlds—the control and precision of a conventional mouse, blended with the fluid movement available in touch technology. Navigate Windows 8 seamlessly with additional gesture settings. Personalize your Touch Mouse experience with new gesture and scrolling customizations.

Tradition Meets Innovation and Flexibility

Its contoured shape fits comfortably in either hand, and with built-in BlueTrack Technology, you can use it virtually anywhere. Learn new ways to navigate Windows, while still being able to use familiar point-and-click functionality.

Key Features

Windows 8 multitouch navigation
  1. One Finger: Four Way scrolling at any speed.
  2. Two fingers: Show app commands, switch apps, show charms
  3. Three Fingers: Zoom in and out
  4. Thumb: Forward and Back in Browser
Windows 7 multitouch navigation
  1. One Finger: Four Way scrolling at any speed.
  2. Two fingers: Snap, minimize and maximize windows
  3. Three Fingers: Show all open windows or reveal desktop
  4. Thumb: Forward and Back in Browser

Product Details

  • Optimized for Windows 8 navigation
  • Multi-touch navigation with natural gestures
  • Works on virtually any surface with BlueTrack Technology
  • Designed for comfort
  • Design is suitable for use with either hand
  • Downloaded software is customizable for additional features, such as middle click
  • Mini transceiver (USB)
  • Built-in transceiver storage for ultimate portability
  • Battery status indicator

*Advanced functionality not available with all devices. See compatibility information.

*BlueTrack Technology does not work on clear glass or mirrored surfaces.

System Requirements

  • Computer/Operating System
    Windows 8, Windows 7
  • Hard Drive
    100 MB
  • Other
    USB only
    2 AA alkaline batteries (included)

Find the Right Touch Mouse for You

Wireless freedom with a USB dongle or no dongle
2.4 GHz Bluetooth
No dongle needed
2.4 GHz Bluetooth
No dongle needed
2.4 GHz
Vertical Scrolling
Scroll up and down for smooth navigation in long documents
Horizontal Scrolling
Scroll left to right for smooth navigation across wide documents
Navigation with natural gestures
Specific thumb, one, two,
and three finger gestures
exclusively for Windows 7
and Windows 8
Designed for Portability
Mice designed for travel

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 4.3 x 3.1 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004HYGU18
  • Item model number: 3KJ-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (702 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 5, 2011

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

413 of 459 people found the following review helpful By Wing on August 3, 2011
Color: Black Verified Purchase
The Touch Mouse looks to be Microsoft's answer to the Apple Magic Mouse. I have both Windows and Mac computers and use the Magic Mouse on a daily basis, and was anxious to see how the Touch Mouse would compare.

The upper surface of the Touch Mouse is a touch-sensitive area that allows you to perform mouse functions by sliding and swiping your finger rather than pressing buttons or spinning a mouse wheel. Only the basic left and right click require you to physically press down on the mouse; everything else is controlled with the touch of your finger.

One of the basic and most-used functions is sliding your finger up and down to scroll vertically through a Web page or other document. Unfortunately the Touch Mouse is a little clunky here. Moving your finger does not seem to register right away; I have to slide my finger about 1/2" before the page actually starts scrolling. Even when the page does start scrolling it doesn't feel as fluid and precise as with a regular mouse wheel. The Apple Magic Mouse is smooth as silk when it comes to scrolling; the Touch Mouse needs some work.

Moving forward and back through Web pages (the equivalent of clicking the forward and back buttons in your browser) is usually handled by side buttons on a regular mouse, but to do this with the Touch Mouse you swipe your thumb back and forth. This works perfectly and I LOVE this particular function of the Touch Mouse. This function is configurable to use the left or right thumb, so lefties should have no trouble with this mouse.

There are other touch gestures that let you arrange windows (via a two-finger swipe) and bring up the Windows Instant Viewer (via a three-finger swipe).
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157 of 172 people found the following review helpful By M. Seefeldt on August 17, 2011
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I (like many others) have been waiting for the release of this mouse. I go through about 1 mouse a year since the micro-switches for the left-click stop debouncing correctly. After 3 different Logitech mice, I decided to start looking for a mouse in February. I bought the Magic Mouse and started using it with Windows 7. Disappointed that Apple didn't make it work better with Windows...they could have made some great money there since it's a really nice product. I returned it and saw that Microsoft was coming out with a mouse. I decided to wait for it and just use a cheap corded mouse for several months. (I hate cords on mice)

I got the mouse last night and brought it into work this morning. Opened it and hooked it up. It installs very easily, has a little tutorial that allows you to play with the touch functionality as well. After using it for a couple of hours, I've found that it does take a little getting used to. Some of the touch functionality has to be done correctly to get it to work.
- Right clicking. You can't have both fingers touching the mouse at the same time, because it doesn't know which one to use (left or right). You have to lift your left finger slightly when right-clicking. I actually saw someone else's post about this as well and thought about how I use a mouse before buying the mouse. I naturally do this, so it wasn't a big adjustment for me.
- Scrolling. You can scroll with any finger. I'm used to using the scroll wheel in the middle. After playing around with the touch, I found that it actually scrolls better if I just use my index finger in the same location as where I left-click. It seems to respond better in that area of the touch surface.
- Thumb flick (forward/back). Very intuitive and I haven't had any issues with it.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Grant on August 18, 2011
Color: Black
I've been mostly pleased with the new Touch Mouse itself, although the accompanying Intellipoint software (which is required for full functionality) still needs some work.

First of all, as a plain old mouse it works just fine. Tracking is great; it feels good in the hand - much better than the Magic Mouse if the comparison has to be made. The fact that the entire top is one solid piece which moves when clicked took a little while to get used to, but after a few hours I barely noticed it. I still occasionally have issues right-clicking - I think my hand is wandering towards the center, and as there's not a discrete button I can't tell exactly where I'm clicking. I expect this won't be a problem for long, although someone with small hands might find it more of an issue. I've also ran my mouse up to my headphone cable a few times, which fits so perfectly between the bottom of the button and the top of my desk that I can't click at all. Guess I need to keep a neater workspace!

I don't think the much-maligned scrolling is as bad as some have made it out to be, although it's definitely not perfect. I've been playing with the scroll speed setting a lot, and still haven't found a spot that's just right for me. There is a way to identify applications that don't scroll well and have Intellipoint "help them scroll", but I haven't been able to tell exactly what this setting does, and it hasn't made anything noticeably better. For some other mouse functions (well, just left and right click really) Intellipoint offers program-specific settings. So you could reprogram the right-click button to double-click or zoom or whatever, but it would only take effect in a Outlook, for example.
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