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Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse

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Avoid this product, not worth it

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It seems nice at first, then you realize that if you tap the table surface with it when moving or even tap the top of the mouse - the batteries fall down little bit under their own weight and disconnect the mouse. You just need to push them in slightly and maybe stop them from falling down the chamber by putting some paper... but... for this price? it is a disaster, and the design, there are far better cheaper real vertical mouses that do much better job, this only pretends to be ergonomic and i end up sometimes holding it like conventional one instead. Drop it on the floor by accident and it brakes in to pieces like the old cell phones back in the day.

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Hippoponomous
Hippoponomous
  • 7 reviews

Poor quality

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I have the comfort variant of the mouse, but I'm willing to bet the materials are the same. The plastic and rubber get sticky when using it, which makes it very unpleasant to hold. The design is good but they cheaped out and ruined it. Also they are way overpriced in Aus, going for 50 dollars at JB and in US they're like 19 dollars and that's taking inflation into consideration. AVOID

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Aussie Shopper
Aussie ShopperSouth East Queensland, QLD
  • 18 reviews
  • 18 likes

Great visual design, anything but ERGONOMIC, hurts your hand and fingers - Terrible product

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Ahmed IG
Ahmed IGSydney, NSW
  • 6 reviews
  • 1 like
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Love it!

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skiwii
skiwii
  • 12 reviews
  • 6 likes

Terrible! Consider the sculpt comfort instead

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There are 2 problems with this product, first the receiver dongle that you plug into your computer (it should work via blue tooth so no dongle is required) is massive, so gets caught on things and is easily damaged. Microsoft should learn from Logitech as theirs is nice and small.
The second issue is the mouse itself. It means that your hand is not flat on the desk and instead the right hand base of your hand gets quite sore after using it all day. The workaround is to use a mousepad with a gel wrist rest.

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Joy98
Joy98Sydney
  • 6 reviews
  • 1 like

Average Microsoft Mouse

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This mouse is comfortable to hold. From the beginning, it will take you a little while to get use to it. After that, it is very comfortable to hold. One problem I have got after few months of usage which is the bluetooth connectivity issue. I experienced few times that mouse lost connection with the screen. First I thought maybe the batteries running low. I changed batteries, the mouse still not working. The only way to solve the problem is to unplug its USB and plug in again to your PC.

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