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Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse

Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse

Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse

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Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse

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Product Highlights

  • Four-Way Touch Scrolling
  • Bluetooth Wireless
  • Side Grips & Contoured Shape
  • Use in Your Right or Left Hand
  • Three Customizable Buttons
  • BlueTrack Technology
  • Works With Windows 8, Android Tablets
  • Mac/Windows Compatible
  • Battery Powered (2x AAA)
  • Compact for Portability
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Most standard mice have a scroll wheel that allows you to move either up or down within web pages or documents -- such is not the case with the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse. This unique peripheral features four-way scrolling, allowing you to scroll vertically and horizontally using the sleek touch strip. Flick up, down, and side to side. Scroll slowly with a gentle swipe or quickly with a flick of the finger, then tap to stop!

Since it employs Bluetooth technology, the mouse connects with your computer wirelessly without the need for any cords or USB transceivers. It's also designed for ergonomic comfort -- it has side grips and a contoured shape. Whether you're right or left handed, you'll be able to use the mouse with no problems. Three customizable buttons allow for even more control. Microsoft's BlueTrack technology allows the mouse to work on virtually any surface in your home or office. To get started, simply load the mouse with the two included AAA batteries, which can last for up to nine months.

One more benefit is that the Sculpt Touch Mouse works with many Android tablets, so you can even switch between your Mac or Windows-based computer or Android tablet. The form factor of the mouse is extremely compact, so it fits in your palm and allows for maximum portability should you want to take it between your home and the office, or anywhere in between to get some work done.

Four-Way Touch Scrolling
Scroll vertically and horizontally using the sleek touch strip. Flick up, down, and side to side to navigate spreadsheets, long documents, web pages and features of Windows 8. Scroll slowly with a gentle swipe or quickly with a flick of the finger, then tap to stop
Bluetooth Wireless
Enjoy the wireless freedom of a Bluetooth connection; no transceiver required
Comfort
Side grips and contoured shape allow comfortable use in your right or left hand
Customizable Buttons
Three customizable buttons allow for even more control
Work Anywhere
BlueTrack technology works on virtually any surface
Works With Windows 8
Provides a smooth and fluid Windows 8 navigation experience
Use it With Your Tablet Too
Works with many Android tablets
Battery Powered
Load the included two AAA batteries and you can use the mouse for up to nine months
Compact
Compact design fits in your hand and allows for maximum portability
UPC: 885370359251
In the Box
Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse
  • 2 x AAA Alkaline Batteries
  • 3-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
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    Specifications
    Interface Bluetooth wireless
    Buttons 3
    Power Requirements 2 x AAA Alkaline batteries
    System Requirements Windows-based computer:
    PC that meets the requirements for and has installed one of these operating systems: Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows 7
    150 MB hard drive

    Macintosh-based computer:
    Macintosh OS X v10.6-10.7
    30 MB hard drive

    Other:
    2 AAA alkaline batteries required (included)
    Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center 2.0
    Computer enabled with Bluetooth
    Broadband required. Added charges may apply
    Dimensions 2.6 x 3.8" (65 x 96 mm)
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.3 x 5.6 x 2.3"

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