Surface Precision Mouse design

At a glance, the Surface Precision Mouse looks very similar to the Logitech MX Master S2 mouse, and that’s OK, because it’s also one of the best mouse you can get today. (I have one and it works amazing.) Alongside the ergonomic design with the thumb rest, the Surface-brand mouse also includes three customizable buttons that can be easily programed to execute almost any task, such as starting a program, save a document, run a macro, and much more.

Control multiple PCs at once

Perhaps the best feature is that you can pair the Surface Precision Mouse with up to three devices, and use the mouse on those three devices at the same time. (You have a similar feature with the Logitech MX Master S2 using the Flow software.) There is also a button above the scroll wheel that allows you to switch between line-by-line or infinite scrolling. You won’t find a middle button, but if required, pressing down the scroll wheel simulates this functionality. You can also connect the Surface mouse using Bluetooth LE 4.2 or using a micro USB cable. However, all the connectivity options are compatible with Windows 10. The mouse is compatible with Apple macOS and Windows 7, but it’ll only work over USB, and if you have an Android device, you’ll need to pair it using Bluetooth. Another caveat with the Surface Precision Mouse is that you can only customize the extra buttons or use it with up to three devices with Windows 10. Unfortunately, this also exclude Windows 10 S, because it uses the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center app that is not available through the Store. However, this shouldn’t be a problem for many users, as Windows users are the ones more likely to get this mouse. If you’re looking for an ergonomic and functional mouse, the Surface Precision Mouse should be in your short list, even more if you’re a Windows 10 user. It’s expected to be available sometime in November in the United States and Canada (with preorders starting in November 9). It’ll cost $99, which is very close to the Logitech MX Master S2 mouse. Though, the older MX Master, which still a pretty good mouse can now be found for around $60. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.