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Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse

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  • Barely acceptable
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Fine and ergonomic, but I also have some other problems with the switch / connection disappearing from time to time.
  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    This is the worst mouse I ever owned! Do not buy the shit!

    Just dropped it in the trash. Do not hammer it because I did not find a hammer. I have months ago I bought this crap from Microsoft, had "small" problems with it. Connection lost temporarily, lagging, coming back after a second, etc., which is super annoying if you are concentrated and working and must click with reasonably good precision. Bought it because it was microsoft's own, so I thought it would work flawlessly with windows, right !? no shit ... Then it was small and flat and fit into the bag, but what a disappointment. It's amazing that it worked better with my Mac than with my PC computer, which I bought it for. Of course I installed drivers from Microsoft etc, but nothing helped.
    Microsoft, embarrassed, nada from you, never again I buy a product from you, not for me or my job!
  • Barely acceptable
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    The shutter works very often (losing touch) so you have to restart it, etc ...
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Seems promising so far. A little unusual design but the whole feels solid. We'll see if the connection works in the long run.
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Very satisfied, probably the best Bluetooth mouse out there.

    I'm on the second mouse and I do not know if the first one is worn out now for over two years but the scroll wheel on the new feels very snappigare which is good.

    The batteries will last for many many months in normal use.

    The blue button vibrates when scanning for those who do not know.
  • Very good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Replaced my old Logitech mouse that started to loose heavily in buttons. Fine works flawlessly on my lenovo laptop.
  • Barely acceptable
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Bought this in the hope that it would be a more comfortable and wireless alternative to Apple Magic Mouse. There I sadly mistaken. The mouse connects to and from everywhere and anywhere and are generally very annoying to use. Looks to me that it will work fine on a Windows PC, but the Mac one it unusable.
  • Terrible
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Spent half a day at work with to get it to NOT unplug immediately after you added it as a bluetooth device.

    After installing the latest Bluetooth drivers to the computer, I was able for the first time, move the cursor with the mouse, but every time the computer goes into sleep mode (laptop) so the connection.

    Downloaded Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center, but it is of no help because all it says is that I have no contact with the mouse.

    Moreover, after having gone through a several-page form to assure Microsoft that you have the right to support, are met by the statement that the support form can not be sent right now.

    Have never spent so much time on a mouse in my life! Stories like this garbage should not be sold. However, was credited by Dustin.
  • Poor
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Perfectly okay shape of the mouse. It is a little heavy but it works anyway. The sensor, however, is too far forward and but the worst is that bluetooth'en work to say the least inferior.

    With an unobstructed view, it is perfectly okay, but will anything in the way it starts jumping and having directly.
  • Very Poor
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    The worst mouse I have used / owned ever. Unfortunately, it is not so spoiled with bluetooth mice.
    I have used both Microsoft and Logitech both wired and wireless before.

    Tested for 3 months along with the Asus Zenbook U500 with Windows 8.1.

    Catastrophically bad:

    - It does not feel particularly precise. I do not know if 1000 dpi is "too low" for "pixel precision", so I'm above.
    - The stop working an average of 2 times per day, for about 5 seconds at a time. Completely out of nowhere. (Latest drivers straight through)
    - When you do not use it a few minutes (15?) It takes about 3-5 seconds for it to come to life again.
    - Skrollknappen does not feel as high quality. Often when you want to "skrollklicka" press on "scroll left" instead.
    - The entire mouse feels much good quality. The plastic cover / top feels very plastigt. Each key has a different "feeling of pressure / sound."

    Pretty good:

    + Touch button on the side (blue) works well for back / forward in the browser.
    + Mouse can provide vibration signals. But this interesting technical feature is that I can see only when using the Touch button. In other words, completely useless.
    + Scroll wheel and the usual click buttons are relatively quiet.

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    This may be a reservmus so I try Logitech's new M560 instead. Attributed to its nano-receiver (which I wished escape).
  • Perfect
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Probably the best bluetooth mouse right now. Adequate size, comfortable in the hand. Distinct click and scroll wheel feels good and the price can not complain.

    BlueTrack technology makes it work in principle on what surfaces anywhere except glass and mirrors. Works great on sofftyg where I use the most.

    If you do not have to have a BT mouse and can put up with a tiny USB dongle, you should also look at the Logitech MX Anywhere
    http://www.prisjakt.nu/produkt.php?p=475661

    It is basically these two mice that are suitable for wireless use on any surface.