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Microsoft Sculpt mouse Bluetooth. £17.99 (Prime) / £21.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon

£17.99 @ Amazon
Lowest price ever according to camelcamelcamel A good buy for someone looking for a high quality bluetooth mouse. (Personally, I hate having a USB dongle sticking out of my computer. Bluetooth i… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Lowest price ever according to camelcamelcamel

A good buy for someone looking for a high quality bluetooth mouse.

(Personally, I hate having a USB dongle sticking out of my computer. Bluetooth is the solution to this)
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I've had one of these for a while. It's accurate, works on most surfaces, the bluetooth is pretty reliable and I've never had to replace the battery. Bluetooth mice all seem to need to be re-paired every now and again. I've never found a BT mouse that's more reliable than one with a Logitech Unifying dongle though...

The 'gesture' pad on the side is bit of a gimmick. It worked Win8, but was never that useful. It's pretty pointless in Win10. A back button would be better.
#2
I use this mouse on my Dell laptop - paid nearer £20, but it's a good comfortable mouse. The blue touch strip is IMHO a gimmick which I can't get to recognise gestures with sufficient accuracy to rely on.

There have also been infrequent occasions where the bluetooth mouse has lost connection for a couple of seconds mid-work. So may be more susceptible to interference more than a 2.4ghz wireless/dongle connected mouse. Not a "gaming" mouse by any means!

The added bonus of this mouse is it will work with tablets (windows and Android) which has got me out of a few scrapes in the past few months! I even managed to use a remote desktop in a Citrix client on my phone using this mouse!

FWIW Amazon look like they are simply price-matching the Argos price, but stock in Argos stores is scarce!

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2598888.htm
#3
Anyone know if it supports multiple pairings?

I'm after a mouse I can leave paired to both my windows laptop and Macbook..(using on one at a time obviously)
#4
Good mouse, good price. heat!
#5
Uridium
Anyone know if it supports multiple pairings?
I'm after a mouse I can leave paired to both my windows laptop and Macbook..(using on one at a time obviously)

what will happen if you put your windows laptop next to your macbook?
which one is responding to the mouse?
#6
The downside with this mouse is that it's sculpted for right-handed mousing only :(
They should have done a left-handed version too!
#7
Is this a full size mouse or one of the smaller ones?
I can never tell from the pictures
1 Like #8
CrazyBob
Is this a full size mouse or one of the smaller ones?
I can never tell from the pictures

Dimensions Length: 4.36" / 110.8mm Width: 2.70" / 68.5mm
https://www.microsoft.com/accessories/en-gb/products/mice/sculpt-comfort-mouse/h3s-00001#specsColumns-testCarousel
#9
Uridium
Anyone know if it supports multiple pairings?
I'm after a mouse I can leave paired to both my windows laptop and Macbook..(using on one at a time obviously)

I bought the Logitech MX Master for this purpose (but it's in another price league of course!)
#10
FatalSaviour
I bought the Logitech MX Master for this purpose (but it's in another price league of course!)

Logitech Unifying stuff works so you can use multiple mice and keyboards on one receiver. The idea is you just have to carry your laptop around (with the tiny dongle poking out) and it'll pick up your work and home accessories. Lots of money for Logitech.

But it doesn't work the other way around. You can't automagically use the same mouse on multiple receivers. Solution is you just move the receiver with the mouse, but that's not seamless. You can manually re-pair it using the software, but apparently it only works a limited number of times!
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CrazyBob
Is this a full size mouse or one of the smaller ones?
I can never tell from the pictures

It just about qualifies as a normal sized mouse and not one of those dinky travel ones. You can rest your palm on it if you want... although it's definitely small enough to finger-push if you prefer.
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if anyone's interested I have also linked it with my fire stick and fire TV. it works well with some apps that you can sideload that don't work with standard remote.
it's a good mouse.
#13
FatalSaviour
Uridium
Anyone know if it supports multiple pairings?
I'm after a mouse I can leave paired to both my windows laptop and Macbook..(using on one at a time obviously)
I bought the Logitech MX Master for this purpose (but it's in another price league of course!)

Yeah I already have a Logitech BT mouse, a T630 touch mouse which is a lovely bit of kit and it is switchable for two devices but I'd rather not leave that laying around on my desk at work so I tend to keep it at home...hence on the lookout for a cheaper Bluetooth mouse I can keep at work
#14
Seems they're all sculpted for right-handed use only, which leaves us lefties feeling a bit discriminated against. They should really make a left-handed mouse too

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