When I first received the Microsoft Wireless Touch Mouse, I’ll admit, I thought it was interesting looking and I couldn’t figure out how it was going to change how I use a mouse. Well, I was wrong.

I plugged in the Microsoft Touch Mouse, installed the software and watched the demo. Interesting! I spent the next few hours trying the mouse out. It took some getting used to, but now I really like it. The motions are different from any mouse I’ve used. There are 1, 2, & 3 finger gestures both vertically & horizontally.

Microsoft Touch Mouse Demo

This video is a good demo of the Touch Mouse.

I really like the way it feels in my hand. It fits perfectly and the dots on the mouse give it a nice texture. My biggest problem was that I would forget that I could do things on the mouse and I would do them the way I normally do. For example, the maximize and minimize of windows. I keeping using the square and x and not sweeping 2 fingers up or down.

Art of Touch

The Microsoft Touch Mouse is designed to work with Windows 7. Microsoft is having an Art of Touch sweepstakes now. Through February 4, 2012, create a design at the Art of Touch and you could win weekly prizes or the Grand Prize and Be a Featured Artist along with a bundle of gear which includes a Touch Mouse and Sony laptop.

Touch Mouse Giveaway

ENDED!  Microsoft has provided me with one (1) Touch Mouse to give away. The giveaway will end at 5:00 pm ET on Friday, December 30, 2011.

To Enter

Leave me a comment below letting me know what gadget you want. If you could go out now and buy any gadget, what would it be? (required)

For Extra Entries, leave another comment each you do the following:

Tweet: I just entered @ScrappinMichele’s @msfthardware Touch Mouse giveaway.  http://bit.ly/rp83mu #win7tech     (optional & once/day)

Create a design at the Art of Touch and leave a link to it below. (optional & only 1 design counts)

Disclosure: I received one Microsoft Touch Mouse in exchange for this review and giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own.

 

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