Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse
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Not reliable enough for my wife
rescuethecows, B&H Photo
1 June 2015
Excerpt: I bought this for my wife to replace an older Microsoft wireless mouse that she was happy with, but used it so much it fell apart. The mouse connected easily, and didn't require any additional software (her laptop runs Windows 8.1 64-bit), but I later installed Microsoft's software that lets you...
Pros: Bluetooth, Easy To Set Up, Good Price, Looks nice
Excerpt: I love this mouse! I wanted a Bluetooth mouse to use with my new laptop (which has built-in Bluetooth), rather than a wireless mouse, because I didn't want to tie up a USB port with a wireless dongle. The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse was easy to set up and even included Duracell batteries!
Excerpt: The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Mouse is what it states that it is...comfortable. Unlike a mini mouse this full-sized, Bluetooth enabled mouse fits comfortably in the hand. Bluetooth was easy to pair, but once in a while it looses its connectivity which I'm not certain is due to the mouse or the...
Excerpt: I elected to use a Bluetooth connected mouse with my Toshiba tablet due to a physical problem but I am somewhat disappointed due the the repeated problem of cumbersome connectivity. Once connected the mouse seems to work satisfactorily.