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Microsoft Launches Sculpt Comfort, Sculpt Mobile Mice

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May 27, 2013 9:55:40 PM

I bought MS's bluetooth 6000 series mouse a while back. Support was atrocious, the mandatory driver install frequently crashed my system, and tracking was delayed by half a second in many cases. This was when they introduced their "blue track" tech.
If MS has actually managed to improve more than the marketing of their mice, I'll eat that useless stainless steel piece of crap.
May 27, 2013 10:05:54 PM

Is the Sculpt Mobile's Windows button that blue light in the middle of it in the pic? If so, what stops it from activating with the touch of the user's palm?
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May 28, 2013 9:42:09 AM

I always found Microsoft Mice to be rather annoying to use.
May 28, 2013 10:11:13 AM

It’s also one of the first mice the company has introduced with a four-way scroll wheel which allows users to scroll horizontally by tilting the wheel left or right, and vertically by rolling the wheel up and down.

Um, no, the old Intellimouse Explorer line had that nearly ten years ago ( can't remember if the 3.0 had it, but the 4.0 definitely did. )