The Microsoft Touch Mouse was introduced in Singapore, in August this year. The stylish, elegant mouse claims to work with Windows 7 operating system and is capable to handle scrolling, minimizing/maximizing, and docking with finger gestures. VR-Zone managed to get one for this review and see how well the Microsoft Touch Mouse works.
This Microsoft mouse should come with a warning: Swiping is addictive. This is a wireless Mouse with a different Touch — in more ways than one. Peep closely and you can see the notches of the capacitive sensors embedded on top of the device. Our review unit came in a standard retail box with bundled accessories including a USB nano receiver, two AA-size batteries, base cover, USB cable and the product and setup guides.