Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse

79
Global
Score
79

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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Engadget Summary

The Wedge is portable, sleek, stylish, and designed for use with a Windows 8 tablet or laptop. Like Microsoft's other touch mice, the Wedge is something of a hybrid, combining touch gestures with a traditional mouse. It also includes Microsoft's BlueTrack technology, which means it'll work on just about any surface, including your couch or carpet. However, if you're not using Windows 8 -- or if you miss the tactile feel of a conventional scroll wheel -- the Wedge may not be for you.

from $16.95+

Scores

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Breakdown

Ergonomics / comfort
5.7
Design and form factor
7.4
Configurability
5.0
Accuracy
8.0
Portability
8.0
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Specs

Wedge

Type
Standard
Ergonomics
Ambidextrous
Sensor type
Laser
Resolution
1000 dpi
Frame rate
8000 fps
Scrolling device
yes
Connection type
Wireless
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Specs

Wedge

Type
Standard
Ergonomics
Ambidextrous
Sensor type
Laser
Resolution
1000 dpi
Frame rate
8000 fps
Scrolling device
yes
Connection type
Wireless
View Full Specs
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