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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 877 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good, comfortable, full-size mouse.

    Posted
    Thomas
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    I was looking for a no-frills, full-size, Bluetooth mouse to use with a Surface Pro. I found the Sculpt Comfort on sale and, after a little research, picked one up. I've been very satisfied with this mouse so far, and it matches my use case perfectly. Use Case: I spend a lot of time on my computers so this mouse gets heavy use. I do development work on the Surface Pro so I'm more concerned with connection stability and accuracy when selecting text and navigating menus than I am with millisecond response times. Comfort and button convenience is also a big deal since I'll spend time online troubleshooting or researching and I want to be able to manage my browser with my mouse. I use the "claw" grip where my index finger is on the left mouse button, my middle finger is on the mouse wheel, and my ring finger is on the right mouse button. Comfort: The Sculpt Comfort mouse fits my hand well. I don't feel like I have to overextend to reach any of the buttons but nothing feels particularly cramped. Your mileage will vary, but it seems to be a good size for an average sized male hand. There isn't a palm rest or thumb support, so if you typically rest the back of your hand on the mouse then you might find that a little inconvenient. Button Feel: The buttons have a good tactile click when pressed and the mouse wheel scrolls nicely. The mouse wheel is "4-way" in that you can push it left and right as well as scroll up and down. In previous Microsoft mice that use this type of mouse wheel the left and right buttons were either too soft, so you hit them accidentally, or so stiff that they were inconvenient to use. Sometime in the past few years they managed to get it right, though, so the mouse wheel left and right buttons are actually useful here. This mouse has a "swipe" Windows button that sits where your thumb will naturally rest. This button that can be pressed or it can be swiped up and down. This swiping motion does take a minute to get accustomed to, but once you adjust it's every bit as easy as pressing a button. There's also slight haptic feedback after you swipe, which is helpful. Accuracy: It's accurate enough for development work and most general computing needs. I wouldn't recommend this mouse for artists, designers, or gamers, but for my use case it's great. There's never been a situation where the mouse's accuracy has gotten in the way of any work that I've done, which is all I can ask for. Connection: The Bluetooth connection works well, pairs easily to Windows 10, and hasn't given me any problems. Again, it's never gotten in the way of any of the work that I've been doing. Build Quality and Materials: The Sculpt mouse feels solid and the removable battery compartment clicks into place firmly. Be aware that the shiny plastic is a smudge magnet. Conclusion: My computer is a tool to get work done so any interface is being judged on whether it will help me or hinder me. The Sculpt Comfort mouse is a good, consistent tool that has never gotten in the way of getting work done. I've yet to come across any phantom double clicks, jittery pointer motion, uneven or stuck scrolling, connection issues, or problems with lag or accuracy. If you need a full-sized Bluetooth mouse that's well built and won't get in your way, the Sculpt Comfort will do the job.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      MicrosoftOutreachTeam

      Hi there,

      Wow! What an incredibly thoughtful review of the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Wireless Optical Mouse! We're delighted to say the least, at how much you are enjoying your experience. We work hard to create innovative designs that our customers will love. It's great to know we hit the mark! Thank you for leaving some excellent insight for the community, we're sure glad you did!

      Best regards,

      Jessica
      Microsoft Customer Care Microsoft

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Mouse, Bluetooth Connectivity Solved.

    Posted
    skywayguy
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great mouse for Windows 8

    Posted
    AVoperator
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    I just wanted this mouse for the ability to go to the start screen and switch apps without reaching for the keyboard or screen. I have a 13.? inch Windows 8.1 tablet and if I detach the keyboard and prop it up on the couch, table or bed while watching TV, I can click away browsing the web and cutting and pasting between programs and apps while laid back just using this mouse. After a week or so, Windows Update installed the additional software which lets me attach custom functions or keystrokes to the swipe pad and middle click button. This took the mouse from nice to great! I have a 7 button mouse on my desktop and always wished I could go forward and backward in web pages & file explorer on my tablet. Now I can swipe down to go back and up to go forward. That's all I could think to program so far, but there is a long list of functions to choose from and even a button combo if the list doesn't have what you need. I look forward to taking some time and setting it up with other programs. The only annoying thing was that in the chrome setting, there was no selection for "Browser Forward," which was available in file explorer and Firefox. To save some of you some time, to do browser forward in chrome, go to button combination and input ALT+Right Arrow. Now you don't have to spend as much time as I did trying different button combos and doing weird things in chrome looking for that function. That's it for my review, but another FYI: I learned the following frequently used commands for my desktop's keyboard and mouse that have extra buttons: -Excel- CTRL+TAB = Next Workbook (add shift for previous) CTRL+Page UP/Down = Next/Prev Worksheet Shift+F2 = Add/Edit Comment -Windows- Windows+1-0 = the first 10 programs on your taskbar, whether open or pinned CTRL+TAB = Next Tab (add shift for previous). Work in anything with a tab; web browsers, dialog/settings boxes, etc. Hopefully you already know ALT+F4. If not, try it now. KIDDING! It will close whatever window is in focus! Just like clicking the 'X' in the red box at the top left corner, or shuts down windows if the desktop was clicked/touched.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice effective mouse at a decent price

    Posted
    Zintain
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    I bought this mouse for my son, so I haven't used it a ton, but he really seems to like it and the time that I have used it, I have liked it as well. I have a different Bluetooth mouse and my son wanted one for his computer because he liked being able to use a mouse on his computer without having to take up a USB port on his computer. After using my Bluetooth mouse and seeing the benefits from it he decided that he wanted one as well. We decided to go with this one because it has a lot of features like mine does with allowing gestures on the button on the side. The software for this mouse is well designed as well and being that it's Microsoft it seems to work pretty well with Windows. He has Windows 10 installed on his computer and loves the gesture button on the side which is totally customizable through the software that pretty much automatically downloaded when connecting the mouse. The Bluetooth was very easy to pair, in fact he did it without even reading the instructions. Once connected and the computer did the driver install, and immediately after doing the driver install, it popped up the notification to download the software. After installing the software, it was very easy to setup and get going. This really is a great mouse and at the price that it was, is well worth it. It doesn't have all the features that mine does which was a lot more, it's very close and the features that it does have, it does really well. I would highly recommend this mouse.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    I bought this mouse for an Asus Windows 8.1 laptop

    Posted
    MikeColoradoSprings
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    I bought this mouse thinking a Microsoft hardware product would work seamlessly with a windows 8.1 laptop. Wow, I was wrong. At best my mouse would work for a while then suddenly, the mouse buttons and mouse wheel stops responding. I checked and it was still connected to the Bluetooth interface but just not functioning. Affter a few minutes it sometimes miraculously began working again. I installed various drivers, changed Bluetooth sleep settings for the mouse, and also tried the MS mouse and keyboard driver package for windows 8.1. I manged to get it to finally works as expected after removing the MS mouse / Keyboard driver pkg, removed all Bluetooth drivers and installed the latest Bluetooth Aeros driver from my the Asus website. one a very rare occasion now I will experience a loss of function. When it does occur, it appears to only happen after I have woken the laptop up from a deep sleep state. When this happens I restart my laptop and do not have any further issues. unfortunately, my experiences are fairly common across other laptop manufacturers too and is not related to just my Asus laptop. This appears to be a MS Windows 8.1 problem. I can only recommend the product if your prepared to mess with drivers and setting to make it functional.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Feels awkward & cheap

    Posted
    BSEA
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    This mouse feels very awkward in the hand, which I suppose is subjective, but I've never owned one that just "felt" weird to use like this one. It's also very flimsy and feels cheap. The entire top part has to come off to access the battery hatch. The worst part (in my opinion) is how prone to fingerprints it is. I found myself having to wipe it down after every use. Not the end of the world, but a nuisance if you can't stand fingerprints. The Windows button is poorly placed, too far in front of the device (using it requires you to shift your entire hand which makes it easy to accidentally click something while trying to access it.) The button has a "swiping" feature which lets you swipe your thumb to go back/forward on a webpage -- sounds like a nice feature, though I found it only worked about half of the time, and it was easier to just move the cursor to the back button. I can't think of anything good to say about it, besides "it works." Didn't own it long enough to comment on the battery life. Ultimately had to return it. The same amount of money can buy you a much better mouse.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Bluetooth connection problems

    Posted
    tampabay
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    I purchased this new Microsoft mouse to replace a 5 year old Logitech mouse, connected to a 2016 DELL XPS 13 with Win 10. Problems with the 'sculpt comfort' mouse: 1. Bluetooth connection The mouse intermittently looses connection and the cursor is stuck, often it begins working again after 20 to 30 seconds. Sometimes I had to repair it (even though the PC showed an existing paired connection). This happens about 6 - 10 times a day, it is frustrating and I reconnected my old logitech mouse so I can get my work done. 2. Ergonomics I hold the mouse with my index and ring finger touching the left and right 'click zones' and middle finger on the scroll wheel. I would think everyone will hold the mouse in a similar way, guiding it with the thumb on the left side. But in that position my thumb is actually about 3/4 on an inch behind the blue touch button on the left side, and you cannot use it unless you let go of the mouse and reposition the hand taking the fingertips off the click zones. That makes the main feature of this mouse (the blue touch sensitive zone) pretty useless for me. I will probably shop for a replacement mouse that works better, and this one is a total loss of 30$ in my books..

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      MicrosoftOutreachTeam

      Hello tampabay, Microsoft has a 2 year limited warranty on the Microsoft - Sculpt Comfort Wireless Optical Mouse. For more details and a possible replacement, please visit: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/warranties . We apologize for any frustration this has caused and hope this was helpful to you. Microsoft

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Would love to give it 5 stars

    Posted
    kwinkle

    I actually really like this mouse and I have had it for a couple of years. The only reason I did not give 5 stars is because of the side buttons and other functions - I am left handed therefore the bulk of my hand lays over the Windows side function - it is very sensitive and constantly switching back to windows when that is not what I wanted. There must also be a back and forward web page function because the mouse constantly switches back to the last web page without me doing anything (on purpose). I am convinced it is because of the left handed issue. I have learned to carefully move the mouse away if I am typing into a web page and using the keyboard to navigate but that makes for a diminished mouse experience. I have found that when I have connectivity issues that fresh batteries does the trick. Overall I really like the product but Microsoft needs to consider us lefties when placing the feature buttons.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Plastic Junk

    Posted
    RichTruscott
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    When I got this mouse, I thought it fit in my hand very well (I went to the physical store obviously), after about ten minutes I finally decided with this one. I am a computer guy so I know how long these things last. It's bluetooth link was fairly easy to set up, but on my new Sony Vaio Desktop it would loose connection randomly for a few seconds up to many minutes. Then there is the material, the black plastic was wearing off on my fingers (yes I use it a lot, but no excuse) in a matter of just over a month. I am now writing this because it is finally a total piece of garbage, that connects to the computer then doesn't, and wont move my cursor at all! Luckily, I have a touch screen desktop. A mouse should last at least a year, I normally get 2 maybe a little more from all my wireless, bluetooth mice. Not the 2 1/2 this gave me. Don't spend the middle-priced range on this mouse, you're better off with a cord!!!! Never getting Microsoft again, I new it was a bad idea. (Yes, I have more complaints, but I don't like to focus to much on negative things. I just hope people read this and steer clear of this and similar products!)

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great features for a great price

    Posted
    MImzyWonka
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I was shopping specifically for a Bluetooth mouse rather than a 2.4GHz or 900MHz mouse for two reasons: 1) Better range (i.e. distance from computer) and 2) save the USB port by not having an external receiver. This mouse does fits both criteria and does it very well. I like to watch a lot of movies with my computer connected to my TV and I wanted a way to be able to easily pause them without having to get up. So far I have been about 20 feet away and it still works. Also, I only have 1 USB port on my tablet convertible (ASUS Transformer T100TA) so I am using the built-in Bluetooth and keeping the port free for other things. I just got the mouse a month ago and the batteries have not needed to be replaced. I use it about 15 hours a week so about 60 total so far although it is not constant usage as I am watching movies for most of that time. Also, since I don't use it constantly, I have notice a slight delay after it has been idle awhile but nothing that I wouldn't expect as I believe it is power saving while not being used. This does everything I want and didn't cost over $50 like a lot of other Bluetooth mice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT MOUSE TO WORK WITH WINDOWS 8 OR 8.1

    Posted
    ilconsigliere62
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    This mouse works great if you do this for the bluetooth connectivity: skywayguy from Indiana WROTE: "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." He is absolutely right! This is one of the few reviews THAT REALLY, REALLY HELPS! Actually I would probably be using another mouse if it wasn't for skywayguy's review. So, Thanks again!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Superior comfort for my Apple needs

    Posted
    stuckoniphone
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    This device works very well with a Macbook. I needed a simple mouse to help me process photography, and while my Pro has USB type A ports, I didn't want to have a tiny dongle stuck in one permanently just to use a mouse (and if I had a standard Macbook with only a USB type C port, I would need an adapter just to use a wireless USB mouse!). The standard Bluetooth mouse Apple sells feels very uncomfortable in my hand, which is why I opted for Microsoft's more ergonomic offering - and I am loving it. This Microsoft mouse pairs and reconnects with as much haste and ease as Apple mice. The four directional scrolling works, but I haven't been able to get the Windows button on the side to be recognized and used by my Mac (it would be nice to be able to assign it to any of the function buttons). Scrolling isn't as fluid as Apple's touch-based analog, but if I'm only browsing the web or photos, I prefer the touchpad anyway. I'm going on a couple of months now without changing the batteries once, to boot. Stellar experience.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best option for MS Surface Mouse

    Posted
    TreyInTX
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    I believe this is the best mouse readily available from best buy for the Microsoft surface. Since surface only has a single USB port, a Bluetooth mouse is necessary. Be aware most desktop computers do not have Bluetooth functionality and this will not work. But this is a great option for laptops. This has great tracking on most surfaces - even glass. I've only had lag on white surfaces. I haven't had a cordless mouse in many years and the lack of delay is nice. This is well weighted after a battery is inserted. It is about the size of a traditional course mouse which I prefer. The smaller ones don't fit in the palm. It is ergo designed which is nice but means this won't work for left hand. Battery life varies greatly with usb mice. You will want to compare this. Per Microsoft support, this should have battery life comparable to its travel counterpart which is one of the best of current options. It has a blue touch sensitive pad by the thumb rest. It launches the start menu and I have grown to love this feature.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great buy for the money

    Posted
    Norman
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I love this Mouse

    Posted
    soleman
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Almost PERFECT...

    Posted
    SoxFan33
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I have average size hands and the Windows button on the left side is just a bit out of comfortable reach without maneuvering my hand from the natural grip. Maybe Microsoft could offer another version with a slightly smaller mouse body to allow for easy use of the Windows button functionality for a wider range of users. Other than that the mouse is the perfect companion for Windows 8. After using for a while I want to update the compatibility issue even though it isn't a defect with the mouse or software for the mouse, it is a problem with Office 2013. I purchased this mouse because it was a Windows 8 specific product and I am using a new touch screen laptop (Dell XPS 12# and Windows 8 is required to take advantage of the touch screen, as I Office 2013. The issue I #and it appears many others with all brands of mice) is that the horizontal scrolling feature of the mouse does not work with PowerPoint 2013, though it does work with the other Office 2013 applications.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Works as expected - not perfect

    Posted
    DavidVB
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    I use the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse with my Win 8.1 tablet PC. The mouse work as expected. It was easy to pair. It works correctly almost all the time - it is responsive and smooth. However, it occasionally fails to pair with the tablet. Usually a quick off/on with the mouse will correct this issue. Once I needed to uninstall and reinstall the drivers. Another issue is my bluetooth keyboard becomes laggy when both the bluetooth mouse and bluetooth keyboard are connected to the tablet. I am unsure which device (mouse, keyboard, or Win8.1 tablet) is the culprit - my feeling is that it's the Win tablet that has difficulty processing two bluetooth devices simultaneously. The 4-way scrolling works well. The special Win8 thumb swipe on the mouse it nice...works well...but I rarely use it. This is a good product for a reasonable price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome mouse for Surface Pro 3

    Posted
    Nikki
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    This is a great bluetooth mouse. I use it with my Surface Pro 3, but it would work fantastically with any Windows machine. The ability to fully program the multiple buttons and the addition of gestures on the Windows button is genius - so many options that can streamline your workflow depending on your job tasks. I reduced by one star for two reasons: 1. it's slightly too large for my hand. My thumb is a bit too short to reach the Windows button so I have to adjust slightly to use it. I may have been better off with the mobile version, but it has less buttons. And 2. it will occasionally 'go to sleep' and take up to 15 seconds or so to reactivate. Some users in our company who have them have had to disconnect and re-pair them due to the mouse failing to respond when trying to 'wake it up' However. when it works, it works amazingly.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Nice mouse, but...

    Posted
    tjmartin1981
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    It's a nice looking mouse and it might be right for some people, but I'm used to the Logitech MX510. The MX510 is a bigger mouse and it just seems to fit the shape of my hand much better than the Microsoft mouse. The Microsoft mouse doesn't "fill" my hand the way the Logitech one does. I bought the Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse because I needed a Bluetooth mouse so that I could free up a USB port on my laptop (the Logitech mouse requires a USB port for the unifying transceiver). I think that for people with smaller hands, the Microsoft mouse might be a good choice, but for me it really wasn't. On the technical side, it connected almost immediately to my computer and worked flawlessly. The blue windows key on the right side worked just as advertised. If the mouse was just a little bigger, it would be a "keeper" for me. ---Tom---

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Worthless to me

    Posted
    Eddie
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    I bought this expensive little device and it was easy to set up and use. Keep in mind here that I'm technically challenged. This device uses Bluetooth I believe. It worked well, until I loaded a sound driver. Then I lost use of the mouse and even my Bluetooth application showing the devices that are recognized by Bluetooth. I went and restored the computer from the original restore point, losing my sound driver, but the mouse worked again. Later, there was an automatic update to Windows, I believe, and I lost the mouse again and the Bluetooth screen again. It may have something to do with my HP notebook computer and Bluetooth. Anyway, I had rotten luck with it and wound up purchasing a cheap Logitech $16 wireless mouse that comes with the USB port plug in receiver--it works always and beautifully.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend