Microsoft Wedge Touch Bluetooth Mouse, Surface Edition - £15.44 Prime / £19.43 non Prime @ Amazon
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Microsoft Wedge Touch Bluetooth Mouse, Surface Edition - £15.44 Prime / £19.43 non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 8th Mar
Updated: Now £15.10 from £15.44 (dropped down by a couple of pennies )

For those who bought Surface Pros, not sure if you found the mouse pad on the touch type annoying to use.. But I've been looking for a Bluetooth mouse to use with the machine and I came across this. Not sure how comfy it is and whether it'll be any better than the mouse pad, but I thought I'll give it a try.


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Found a review on this on youtube:


  • Connection: Bluetooth.
  • Scrolling: 4-way, horizontally and vertically.
  • Other features: touch strip and features specifically designed for Surface RT/Surface Pro.
  • Movement of the mouse: BlueTrack technology.
  • Hard disk: 150MB.
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Looks nice
Looks more like a wedge of moldy cheese than a mouse to me !.
Damn, that thing looks painful to use.
I got one of these from Tesco for about £8 a few years and it's great for travelling light. No issues using it at all. It's well made also
I've got one of these, it's so uncomfortable to use. It's got full size buttons but nothing else, no support at all for your palm. Might be ok for some, but I couldn't get on with it. It's also not much smaller than the average travel mouse which are much easier to use.

In the end I went for the Surface Bluetooth mouse amazon.co.uk/Mic…use paid about £18 from Amazon a couple of months ago.
decanay1 h, 26 m ago

I've got one of these, it's so uncomfortable to use. It's got full size …I've got one of these, it's so uncomfortable to use. It's got full size buttons but nothing else, no support at all for your palm.


Thanks for the feedback. I'm looking potentially to replace a Logitech MX Anywhere 1st generation (it works fine but just to save a USB port on my laptop), but from what you're suggesting it won't be any better than the built-in touchpad. I'd probably start saving for the MX Anywhere 2 in that case...
diktiomenos1 h, 17 m ago

Thanks for the feedback. I'm looking potentially to replace a Logitech MX …Thanks for the feedback. I'm looking potentially to replace a Logitech MX Anywhere 1st generation (it works fine but just to save a USB port on my laptop), but from what you're suggesting it won't be any better than the built-in touchpad. I'd probably start saving for the MX Anywhere 2 in that case...


From an MX Anywhere to this would be a horrible experience. The one I ended up with, the Designer Bluetooth mouse probably wouldn't be great for you either as it's incredibly slimline, it offers some ergonomic support but not much. I would look at the Arc. The new version with the touchpad is really nice to use, but they're fairly expensive - amazon.co.uk/Sur…use The old version is decent, and Argos currently have it for a decent price £31.99, over £50 most other places (including Amazon) - argos.co.uk/pro…JUN Not many left around now, were loads, now only 2 stores near me have them, but they're out there.
Edited by: "decanay" 8th Mar
Looks like no middle button function - booo.
[quote=natbuk]Looks like no middle button function - booo.[/quote]
Just to point out this has four way scrolling. I've got the older version of this a few years back but I can only scroll up and down
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