Mi­crosoft Sur­face Pre­ci­sion Mouse: A flag­ship mouse wor­thy of the Sur­face name

It com­bines com­fort, ex­cel­lent res­o­lu­tion, and a nearly unique fea­ture that leaps be­tween PCS.

PCWorld (USA) - - Reviews - BY MARK HACH­MAN

Mi­crosoft’s Sur­face Pre­ci­sion Mouse is a prac­ti­cal PC ac­ces­sory for Sur­face own­ers, es­pe­cially righthanded ones. Over a week of use, I found the cord­less, six-but­ton mouse com­fort­able and pre­cise. I wasn’t truly happy with it, how­ever, un­til I down­loaded Mi­crosoft’s hard-to-find Mouse and Key­board Cen­ter app, which in­cludes a cool but gim­micky abil­ity to strad­dle mul­ti­ple PCS.

Priced at $100 (some­times dis­counted on Ama­zon [ go.pc­world.com/mspm]), the Sur­face Pre­ci­sion Mouse is Mi­crosoft’s flag­ship PC pe­riph­eral. As such, it’s the di­rect com­peti­tor to the Log­itech MX Mas­ter 2S mouse ($100 or dis­counted on Ama­zon [ go.pc­world.com/lmxm]), which of­fers

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