Microsoft - Sculpt Comfort Wireless Optical Mouse - Black

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort H3S-00003 Wireless Mouse: This ergonomic, right-handed mouse features a scooped thumb design and a 4-way scroll wheel for easy Web browsing. Blue Track technology allows accurate use across a wide range of surface types.
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5
I love this Mouse Posted by: from: Charlotte on Others have noted that with Windows 8 and 8.1, the Bluetooth connectivity would go in and out. I've had that same experience, but the problem is not with the mouse but with how Windows Bluetooth is configured by default. There is a setting in Device Manager, under Bluetooth, under the Intel hardware adapter, on the power management tab that allows for a correction of the problem. Simply uncheck the box labeled "Allow the computer to turn off This device to save power" and your intermittent connection problems will go away. It might cost you a bit of battery time, but really not very much, and it's worth it. If you don't make this change the mouse is almost useless because if it sits idle for a few minutes, windows will turn off Bluetooth and - no more mouse.

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

4
NICE! Posted by: from: on I love the Bluetooth! Works great without taking up a USP port that a wireless does (pretty important as laptops get smaller and have fewer ports).

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Great Bluetooth mouse Posted by: from: Cumming, GA on What I like best about this is it is Bluetooth. Newer laptops have Bluetooth built in, so this mouse requires no dongle or other USB connector to work. You simply have to have Bluetooth enabled on your laptop, and once you turn the mouse on, the computer will find it and sync with it. From there, it always works when you turn on the mouse. It's a Microsoft mouse with a Windows button, so it works best in a Windows environment. If you're not a right handed mouse user, it's not the mouse for you. But with the ability to program all the buttons, including the touch sensitive, it's a great external mouse!

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
It's a solid Microsoft bluetooth mouse. Posted by: from: on Microsoft generally makes good hardware. This mouse fits that trend. Feels good. Works. Connects quickly. Has a power switch that's easy to use. I travel 100,000 miles per year. This is the mose in my backpack. I do use our for gaming as well. I'm in to first person shooters and rpg. This one works for me. I don't do pvp so I can't say is it's fast/hires enough for those situations, but it works well for my needs.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
Good Mouse, Bluetooth Connectivity Solved. Posted by: from: Indiana on I researched this on Amazon but finally purchased it at a BestBuy (it was about $5.00 less there!). I have a new Lenovo Ultrabook running Windows 8.1, and it came with built-in Bluetooth. I got tired of plugging a wireless adaptor in and out, so I thought I'd give a real Bluetooth mouse a try. It connects just fine and works on several different surfaces without difficulty (it uses Microsoft's Bluetrack technology for better tracking#. Others have noted that with Windows 8 and 8.1, the Bluetooth connectivity would go in and out. I've had that same experience, but the problem is not with the mouse but with how Windows Bluetooth is configured by default. There is a setting in Device Manager, under Bluetooth, under the Intel hardware adapter, on the power management tab that allows for a correction of the problem. Simply uncheck the box labeled "Allow the computer to turn off This device to save power" and your intermittent connection problems will go away. It might cost you a bit of battery time, but really not very much, and it's worth it. If you don't make this change the mouse is almost useless because if it sits idle for a few minutes, windows will turn off Bluetooth and - no more mouse. The mouse has a power switch on the bottom so you can save battery power when it's not in use. The side touch pad works OK, but I don't think it's really an improvement on a back button. I reprogrammed it so a thumb swipe down acts as back button in Windows and more importantly in a web browser. Clicking the touch pad brings up the Start screen, which is not really all that useful #at least it hasn't been yet# and that does not appear to be programmable. I'm still accustomed to clicking my thumb to move back, so maybe I'll get use to it. The Left and Right mouse buttons on top work as expected and are perhaps slightly quieter than most mice. The scroll button works well, and has both horizontal and vertical scrolling. It is a clickable wheel also, which is very convenient in a web browser #wheel click on a link and it opens in a new, separate tab#. Some have asked so: the wheel is smooth, but the motion of it has a tactile click. I'd give this mouse 5 stars if it were slightly smaller. I have medium sized hands, and a smaller mouse feels a little more comfortable to me, but this too, is simply what I'm used to. I prefer Microsoft mice to other brands, including Logitech. This one works just fine, and it's saving my sanity with the quirky nature of the touchpad on my Lenovo, when trying to touch type on the keyboard. Anyway, those of you that are reluctant to use this mouse due to the connection problems, there is a simple fix, and once that's done the mouse works great with no disconnect problems.

16 out of 16 found this review helpful.

3
Just ok Posted by: from: on I like not having to use a USB port, but the mouse looses connection randomly and I have to reboot my computer to get it to work again. Very frustrating.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Does the job Posted by: from: on I was looking for a functional bluetooth mouse so I wouldn't have to use an extra usb slot on my MacBook pro. It works as it should although I haven't found a use for the windows button. I like having the left and right built into the scroll wheel as I had a hard time finding a bluetooth mouse with over 6 buttons. I had a razer brand mouse before that was nice but stopped working on me so I choose this one

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Comfortable mouse Posted by: from: on Bluetooth works great. Feels comfortable in the hand and tracks well on almost any surface. Small enough to be portable in my laptop bag but not so small that my hand feels cramped using it. Overall highly recommended.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
Great buy for the money Posted by: from: on Gotta love Best Buy open-box items, especially in excellent condition. Why pay for full price if you don't have to? Anyways, I have a Macbook Air, and as anyone that owns one knows that your ports are limited to basically none. So if you can get a good price on a Bluetooth mouse without the dongle why not? I think buying a mouse is about trying it out. Not, all mouses are created equal when it comes to the contour of your hands. SO WHY BASH IT? What didn't work for you, works great or well for others. Having said that, this mouse works well on all surfaces, usually bed-sheets for me. It has this little cool feature that is really mainly for PC Owners. PC owners can take advantage more of it, but it doesn't bother me none. You can only apply to when your watching movies, videos. You swipe up or down and it pauses the video. Pretty Spiffy. Otherwise, it does what it was meant to do. I couldn't take the track-pad on the macbook anymore.. Was killing my wrists after long use.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
Love it Posted by: from: on Purchased this at the recommendation of an employee. Turns out it was also the same ones that my work purchased about a year ago. So I use it daily, at home and work. I'm very pleased with it, especially the ease it operates without a mouse pad, I can use paper or just the surface I happen to be working on. For someone who often has to stop and pull out my laptop at inconvenience locations, it's been wonderful! Very comfortable and natural to use.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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