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Every so often, Microsoft releases a
product that combines high tech, stylish design with something very
functional that would be a pleasure to add to your desktop. Think of the
special Phillippe Starck mice, several years ago and more recently the
Microsoft Arc Mouse and Arc Keyboard. To compliment the Arc series,
Microsoft has now released the Arc Touch, a high-tech, ultra mobile and
convenient mouse. Is it a worthy addition? Read on to find out.
Setup & Installation
The mouse setup with Windows 7 could not be easier. Simply insert the transceiver, put in the two AAA Energizer batteries (included), and The IntelliPoint 8.0 software is automatically loaded and within seconds the mouse is ready to use. Upon first use, there is a windows that appears to optionally direct you to Microsoft's site, arctouchmouse.com, for additional information. If possible, check the site out, there are some cool videos on design and more.
The mouse has a very compact design, about 5.14 inches long, 2.25 inches wide, and only about 1/2 inch at its thickest point. The front part of the mouse is a high quality, high gloss plastic, with two silver matte buttons in the middle. At the bottom of the buttons, is a green indicator light that lights when first turned on. I think four total buttons are just fine for the mobile user, but this is robust enough for everyday desktop use.
I was almost afraid at first put the mouse into position, I thought I was going to break it! The USB transceiver (Microsoft version 3.1) is the smallest I have ever seen, and is literally the silver USB tip plus less than 1/4 inch of plastic, and is sturdy and should probably be left in all the time on your laptop or desktop PC. However, another cool feature is if you do not want to leave it in, on the underside of the mouse there is a built in magnet and an indicator on the plastic where you place the transceiver, which stays nicely in place! Nice touch, no pun intended. Microsoft's optical technology of course is great and the laser light is blue, and works very well after many years of testing (Microsoft's BlueTrack technology). One final thing of note, when you are using the mouse, to scroll put your fingers on the center buttons - when you move up or down with your finger, you hear a slight scrolling sound...probably the first ever speaker in the mouse! It is a very slight sound, hardly noticeable, but I am not sure if you can turn it off.
I think this mouse is a great addition
for a mobile or desktop user. It is compact, and small enough to be easily
placed in a laptop bag, but the mouse is still full size for every-day
desktop use. The design alone is worth the investment, I think. Some people
say that the mouse is a little stiff, or the buttons are too hard to click,
but I didn't notice any problems using it. I think it would have been nice
to include a little travel sleeve or something. If you want a little more
full design, for heavier use, I'd try the regular Microsoft Arc Mouse,
otherwise, I would definitely recommend the Microsoft Arc Touch mouse as
your next mouse purchase.