It's not a gaming mouse, the Microsoft Touch Mouse works for a living
Subject: General Tech | August 30, 2011 - 08:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, mouse, gestures
With so many companies focusing on gaming peripherals, the mouse you use at your day job really hasn't changed very much. You can see the design is very plain but that has the added benefit of making the mouse equally comfortable for lefties and righties. It is wireless, using two AA batteries to power it and it is able to transmit up to 10' away from the receiver and work on most surfaces. TechReviewSource mention several of the gestures that will work with the mouse, from minimizing and maximizing to acting as an alternative to ALT-TAB. If you are looking to give your desk at work something special, check out the review here.
"The Microsoft Touch Mouse combines a traditional mouse with multitouch gestures to make navigating and using Windows 7 on a desktop computer just like a notebook with a touchpad. While a little expensive, it is very responsive, comfortable to use and intuitive."
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