The Surface Precision Mouse will be a professional’s best friend

By: George Finley
2 minute read
Surface Precision Mouse

Microsoft recently announced its new Surface Precision Mouse. While the company already offers a Surface Mouse and Pen, both of which are upgrades over older models that shipped earlier during this year, the new product is targeted at professional users.

Built for professionals

The new Surface Mouse is similar to Logitech’s MX Master mouse, with the latter also focused on professional users.

The Surface Precision Mouse comes with three configurable buttons on its side which you can set to open apps or trigger macros.

The mouse supports PCs running Windows 10 or older versions of Windows. It also supports Android phones and macOS.

The mouse allows you to connect three devices and switch between them using the toggle on the mouse’s back. You will have to connect over USB when you are using it with older versions of Windows.

The Surface Precision Mouse features a soft, premium feel

Clicking with the Surface Precision Mouse rewards users with a satisfying feeling and the confidence of exact movement. One of its best features is its design, coming in a grey exterior coupled with curved edges, making it really comfortable to hold for extended periods of time.

The Surface Precision Mouse is the perfect choice for a really ergonomic mouse that goes well with your Surface device and will go on sale for $99 in November in Canada and the United States.

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