Microsoft has launched a new Surface Book 2 and also rolled out Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 operating system. They also revealed the Surface Precision mouse with some unique new features.
Microsoft’s new mouse comes with dual connectivity modes – one of them is the conventional wired concept while another is through Bluetooth connection. Users can keep both modes active at the same time so as to use the mouse with different devices.
Three thumb buttons are on the side allowing people to customize it as needed. Gaming mice often comes with thumb buttons to alter sensitivity or DPI on the fly whereas it’s a new feature for an office mouse.
The total weight is at 135g and works with rechargeable batteries. Luckily, the batteries come bundled with the package and will run without the need to charge for at least three months. The Microsoft Surface Precision mouse is priced at $99.
The company has also planned to launch the Intelli mouse soon which is expected to get launched at a later date.