Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse RVF-00001
12 June 2011
Conclusion: The Performance of the Arc Touch was very good. The range of the 2.4Ghz allows for use with HTPC systems, or systems that you may have tucked out of site. The BlueTrack laser provides great cursor accuracy, even on non-traditional surfaces such as carpet or couches.
Pros: Very Attractive Design, BlueTrak Laser Technology, 2.4Ghz Wireless Technology, Good Battery Life (6 months), Touch-strip is a fun replacement of the scroll-wheel, Ambidexterous Design, Bendable On/Off Feature and Indicator, Very lightweight and portable
Cons: Expensive price, Touch-Strip can be a bit finicky
Like the Apple Magic Mouse, Microsoft has added touch sensitivity to this mouse, along with haptic vibration feedback and a curiously arched construction
Good Gear Guide.au
24 February 2011
Summary: Portable, practical, good at its job and more desirable than a PC peripheral has any right to be, Microsoft's Arc Touch is a superb wireless mouse. Yes, it's expensive - not to mention a little unconventional for some tastes.
Pros: High-accuracy tracking, works on almost any surface
Conclusion: 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.
Conclusion: Como casi todos los periféricos desarrollados por los chicos de Redmond, el Arc Touch es un producto de notables prestaciones , muy por encima de la media. Su esqueleto interno, el sistema de posicionamiento Blutrack y su apuesta por la ergonomía son factores que convierten a este producto muy a...