Lenovo - YOGA Wireless Optical Mouse - Silver

Navigate different interfaces with this Lenovo YOGA mouse. This wireless device provides versatile compatibility with its Bluetooth 4.0 and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity. Rotate the hinge of this Lenovo YOGA mouse to set it on flat mode and to activate its multilayer adaptive touch pad for controlling projector presentations or A/V playback.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Dongle
  • Lenovo YOGA Wireless Optical Mouse
  • Owner's Manual
  • Plastic holder to cover Mouse
  • USB Charge Cable

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
91% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (201 out of 221)

Features


Optical technology

LED lights scan the surface beneath the mouse to detect movement with a fair amount of accuracy, suitable for everyday computing and browsing.

Wirelessly connects to your computer

This mouse connects to your computer without using wires via Bluetooth or using a wireless 2.4GHz USB receiver and works up to 10 feet away.

4-button design includes Windows button

The Windows button on the mouse can be swiped to navigate apps or browser windows, and it can be clicked to activate the Start menu.

Adaptive touch display

You can use your mouse as normal and then sit back and control a slideshow or a movie download from a distance.

Compatible with most versions of Windows

Works with most PCs.


Customer rating

4.5
91%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A great portable mouse with a couple of bonuses

    Posted
    Pablo
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member
    • Top 500 ContributorTop 500 Contributor

    I was weary of buying a new, portable mouse for my Surface Pro 4 after having used the Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse for so long. I had become accustomed to its flat, travel friendly design with the ability to pop up and curve like a normal mouse when I was actually using it. Unfortunately I lost my mouse when I moved I was on the hunt for a new one. It had to have good battery life, be rechargeable as I was tired of always carrying around batteries, offer a flat design when not being used, and work over Bluetooth so that I wouldn't have to sacrifice a USB port just to have a mouse. I had looked at getting another Arc Touch Mouse but grew tired of always making sure I had at least two AAA batteries around just in case it died. I had looked, and looked, and looked. I was about to give up and go back to the Touch Mouse but then I discovered the Lenovo Yoga Mouse. This is by far one of the best portable mice I have ever used. The tracking works on almost any surface, I've even been able to get it to work on black glass. The bottom half twists around so that it stores flat when I'm not using it and then twists back so that the mouse has a concave angle making it easy to grip and use. There are two black, plastic bars underneath the mouse that provide smooth movement without the need for a mouse pad. There is a touch-sensitive scroll bar in the middle of the mouse but it does not offer tactile feedback like the Arc Touch Mouse. It still works rather nicely and smoothly scrolls but it would have been nice to have feedback when scrolling. The Windows button is easy to press as are the left and right-click buttons. Lenovo added a bonus with this mouse: you can use it to control media and/or presentations when the mouse is flat. There are backlight touch buttons that appear when the mouse is folded flat while still powered on. These work in PowerPoint and you can control music playback in Groove and iTunes. It doesn't work for web-based media playback (like Google Music or YouTube) but you can still adjust the volume of your PC using the mouse. I was able to give a presentation at work with my PC and I used the mouse as a remote to click through my slides. It would have been nice if Lenovo included a laser pointer built into the mouse but that's a minor complaint. If you are on the market for a new, portable mouse and your budget allows (I spent $34 on mine from Best Buy), I highly recommend the Lenovo Yoga Mouse. It comes in four colors (black, silver, gold, and orange) but I think Best Buy only offers black, silver, and gold. That's OK though, the orange one is rather hideous looking. Lenovo nailed the design of this mouse. It's comfortable to use and it only takes a few hours to charge, something that has to be done about once a month. Not bad at all for a Bluetooth mouse of this size.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Lenovo Product Expert

      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo Optical mouse. We are pleased to hear that the value and features of the Lenovo Optical mouse is working out so well for you. lenovo

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice upgrade from the Microsoft Arc Mouse!

    Posted
    Arpboy
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I've had a Microsoft Arc Mouse for about 2 years. It's not been a bad mouse, but often the scroll strip would quit working. I would turn it off and on, and it would resume. It wasn't the most comfortable mouse, but it folded flat in my small case. Recently, the strip quit unless I pressed hard: hardware failure. Apparently common on the Arc Mouse, so I didn't want to go back to it. The nice Logitech travel mice work and feel great, but they're just too stinking thick. You need a big bag, or put up with a big bulge and probable damage in a small bag. Doing my research, I came across the Lenovo mouse. It had some great reviews, so I picked one up. Being Best Buy, I could return it if it didn't work for me, then get something else. It was a terrific choice. It's fast, accurate, and connects quickly and easily. So, given that I was comparing it to the Arc Mouse, what are the advantages? - More comfortable (at least to me) - Built-in chargeable battery (through USB). - Bluetooth OR standard wireless (usb connector is inside the mouse) (helps with multiple computers, although the mouse can pair in Bluetooth with multiple computers, I'm told) (also helps on non-Bluetooth computers) - If you turn it flat, but leave it on, it has two remote control functions: one for Powerpoint presentations (though no laser pointer), and another setup for music. It works very well. -At regular price, it's $10 cheaper than the MS mouse (at the time of this writing, Best Buy has it on sale for $49, $30 cheaper). So what are the disadvantages? - With the Arc Mouse, turning it flat turns it off; with this mouse you have to push a button to turn it off. It's a necessary requirement since the remote function works in flat mode. - With the Arc Mouse, there was audio and tactile feedback when you scrolled. I don't much miss it, but some might. -No scroll coasting. With the Arc Mouse, if you flicked your finger up or down the scroll strip, it would "coast" past, like a real scroll wheel. Lenovo's just stops. After a week, I'm used to it, and there's still the option of clicking the scroll and using mouse movements to do a lot of scrolling. Overall, if the price were the same, I'd still prefer the Lenovo with its additional features, better feel, and multiple connectivity options. $10 cheaper makes it even nicer. Right now, when it's on sale, it's a no-brainer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Idea and Concept, Yet Still Needs Tweeks

    Posted
    I3utterflieskiss
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I love the concept of this! It's a wireless mouse + presentation assistance device all in ONE! The fact that it does not have to be connected by Bluetooth and uses wireless instead is great also, as my Lenovo only has one very precious USB port! It's a good size, can fold flat for easy transport in with your laptop basically w just a protective cover or very small pocket of a briefcase (us ladies can even throw it in our purses!), and it is even micro-usb rechargeable! Now the few downsides I've found... The mouse part is a bit tricky to use at times, as you really do almost need a flat surface and even a mouse pad I have found for myself to be most successful with it. Also, I have had major issues getting it to pair and STAY paired with my Lenovo Yoga 720 laptop (beyond frustrating when trying to write a last minute term paper! I know it's not the mouse's fault that I sometimes wait until the night before stuff is due, but they DO go together and should be able to JAM when you gotta hit it hard!) If the connectivity could somehow be better stabilized at least for the Lenovo brand computers it's made for specifically was improved, the sensor was more versatile somehow (or if there was a better/easy way to make it more user friendly on non-traditional surfaces), and changing from presenter to mouse didn't feel like I might accidentally break it if I move it wrong.... I'd prob go more towards a 5 star rating! Also, a minor thing.... the "scroll 'touch'" vs a wheel was a cool idea, but often gets messed up and seems upside down and doesn't work the best. Overall, this is a great product tho! You just gotta be a TAD patient at first to figure it out / work with it, and you'll have a great addition to increase your on the go productivity!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Wireless Mouse

    Posted
    idolator
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    After purchasing a Lenovo Yoga 720 laptop, I decided I wanted a slim wireless mouse that would fit in my laptop sleeve for easy transport. At first I balked at the idea of spending $50+ on a wireless mouse after already spending over a thousand dollars on a new laptop. However, I noticed that the silver version of the Lenovo Yoga mouse was on sale at Best Buy (unavailable almost anywhere else from what I could find) and decided to order it, with the full intention of returning it if I wasn't impressed. As many reviewers have already said, this mouse is incredible. My first impression was that it was LIGHT - I haven't weighed it, but I would imagine it is just a few ounces. The design is sleek and matches the aluminum casing on my Lenovo Yoga laptop, which wasn't necessary but great nonetheless. The mouse can be twisted in two orientations - one with the arc that allows for normal use, and a flat mode after a simple twist of the bottom half of the mouse. This activates touch-sensitive buttons on the back of the mouse that allows you to control audio and presentations wirelessly. I really like this feature and already see myself hooking my computer up to my home sound system and using the mouse as a remote from across the room. I've also noticed that this mouse has a highly sensitive sensor and can be used on most any surface. I'm currently using it on a couch cushion and it is as receptive as if it were on a desk with a mouse pad. I'm really happy with this purchase, and the fact it was on sale makes it even easier to recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    One of a kind

    Posted
    Studenut
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    This is really a great mouse. It folds flat for storage in a computer bag and then swivels around to make an easy to hold. It is even a decent presentation controller when used flat. It can be connected with both blue tooth and the micro USB dongle that stores in the mouse. I am a real Logitech mouse fan, and I'm afraid that with all above said it just doesn't have the feel and finesse of a Logitech, but then Logitech doesn't make a mouse that would compete directly with this mouse. When in mouse mode it has four tiny glide contact points that make it slide a little too easily. It does track accurately on almost any surface though. It is possibly a tad too expensive too. I've given this mouse four stars for the above comments but I don't regret buying this mouse at all.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Thin and Easy Setup

    Posted
    Delilah
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    The reviews and specs don't mention the the reason why the pictures look as though they are advertising 2 different lenovo mouse but it's actually a 2-in-1 kind of mouse. One side is your usual mouse and the other is like a remote. They call it "Presenter/ Media Controls". Media has your usual remote buttons, volume, back, forward, pause and play. Presenter has slightly different buttons but Frankly, I haven't tried it. I assume it's for Powerspoint presentations. The only thing I do not like is the media control does not work for Netflix, which would be a 5* for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Mouse! Eats much less than my Hamster!

    Posted
    Michael
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    This is a great mouse for travel on the go. But, we tend to use it all the time, even though the ergonomics are not as nice as with my desktop machine's gaming mouse. The Bluetooth works well, so we don't need the USB receiver that is tucked away inside the mouse. Also, it does twist and fold flat nicely and can be used well with powerpoint type presentations this way. Also, we've owned it over a month, and have not had to charge it yet -- so, battery life is very impressive (as, I said, my Hamster eats much more -- joke).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    What a Mouse Should Be

    Posted
    MichStateSpartan
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The last time I got really excited about a mouse was when I got my first wireless one. I thought that was so great. But now there's reason to get all excited again. You have to appreciate the technology that allows this super thin and aerodynamic hunk of metal to rotate into a really comfortable optical mouse or a presentation assistant when you keep it flat. The bluetooth pairing is effortless as it should be. It is rechargeable using a standard micro USB cable but I've only had to charge it once. It seems to run on air power alone. That's another plus for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      Lenovo Product Expert

      Thank you for choosing the Lenovo YOGA Wireless mouse. We are pleased to hear that the features and performance of the YOGA Wireless Mouse meets your needs so well. lenovo





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