Microsoft announced the Surface Precision Mouse together with the new Surface Book 2 in October.
Now, you finally get to pre-order your own Precision Mouse, as the device will be released on November 16. It provides enhanced multitasking power, and you will be able to pair it with up to three computers to get your job done as efficiently as possible.
You can find it in the Microsoft Store priced at $99.99 and eligible students, parents, teachers, and military can get it for $89.99 from the Store.
Microsoft’s new Surface Precision Mouse features
- The Surface Precision Mouse comes with flawless detent, smooth scrolling, and precise on-screen movement.
- You can customize it according to your needs because it comes with three programmable buttons that help you get the job done quickly and intuitively.
- The Surface Precision Mouse brings enhanced multitasking power, and you can use it with up to three computers at the same time.
- The mouse is designed for comfort and lots of hours of work with high ergonomic details.
- It supports both Bluetooth and USB wired connections.
- The mouse comes with patented magnetic scrolling for precise control.
- Just like all of Microsoft’s Surface products, it comes with a soft and premium feel.
- It comes with side grips, a thumb rest and an elegantly curved shape that is really comfortable for the hand.
Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse is designed for increased accuracy, control and comfort and it allows you to maintain your flow with flawless scrolling. It definitely deserves a place on the list of the best Windows 10 mice.
You can stay productive with exquisite transitions and its customizable design. The mouse supports your most detailed projects with an extremely well-calculated weight, stability and also control for the most comfortable manipulation.
You can pre-order it now, and it’s good to know that you will not be charged until your order is shipped.
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