Microsoft Ergonomic BlueTrack Mouse only in $28.99 at Best Buy

Microsoft has released a new ergonomic mouse that takes design cues from its premium Surface Precision Mouse and folds them into a half-price package. If you like the ergonomic design and feature set of the Surface Precision Mouse, the Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse is the next best thing.

The Bluetooth Ergonomic, like many of Microsoft’s productivity peripherals, places a premium on both aesthetic and functional simplicity. The mouse is a curvy work of art with very few exterior seams. The click panels, delineated by a single line in the mouse’s center, fade into the chassis. The Bluetooth Ergonomic has a sophisticated look thanks to its minimalist design and silver metal scroll wheel.

It’s a straightforward five-button mouse with two click panels, two side buttons, and a metal scroll wheel that clicks. The underside has a power switch and an additional non-customizable button for switching between Bluetooth channels. The mouse is wide and tall, measuring 1.81 by 3.00 by 4.59 inches (HWL), which is typical for a mouse with strong ergonomics. The mouse weighs 3.95 ounces, which is a little on the heavy side. It’s not something you’ll notice while word processing or surfing the web.

Because “ergonomic” is in the mouse’s name, the molded grip is its distinguishing feature. The chassis is tall and wide, with a strong hump under your pointer finger’s base. It has a wide thumb wing on the side that allows your digit to rest without actively gripping the side of the mouse or dragging on your desk. All of these design elements combine to form a fairly comfortable shape that avoids cramping or overextending.

It isn’t perfect, however. The shape naturally guides your hand to lie at an angle, but the drop off on the mouse’s right side is steep: Your hand might feel as if it’s about to fall off the right edge. Nonetheless, it’s a solid design that should be more comfortable than most office mice. The Bluetooth Ergonomic is built with high-quality components.

The Pixart PAW3228 optical sensor, which Microsoft also used in its Arc mice, is used in the mouse. As a result, the Blue Ergonomic can track at a resolution of up to 2400 DPI. That’s probably enough range for most people, but it’s quite low in comparison to pretty much any other premium mouse released in the last two years. Again, it’s adequate for casual, day-to-day computing.

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