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Wedge Touch Mouse for Microsoft Surface Tablets

Item #: MSS-WTM | Grades 7-12
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Wedge Touch Mouse | Surface Edition coordinates with Surface in both style and substance. Small enough to fit in your pocket, Wedge Mouse connects wirelessly to your Surface.

nspired by Surface, this special-edition Wedge Touch Mouse is small enough to fit in your pocket. The high-end, dark titanium finish looks and feels luxurious, and perfectly complements your device.

-Easily paired with Bluetooth technology and perfect for your mobile lifestyle.

-BlueTrack Technology allows you to work and play on virtually any surface whether you’re at a conference or a coffee shop.*

-Works with Surface, Surface 2, Surface Pro, or Surface Pro 2.

Four-way touch scrolling lets you scroll vertically and horizontally using the sleek touch strip. Flick up, down, and side to side to navigate spreadsheets, long documents, web pages and the new features of Windows 8. Scroll slowly with a gentle swipe or quickly with a flick of the finger, then tap to stop.

Wedge Touch Mouse even knows how to conserve energy. When your PC or tablet is shut down or hibernating, the mouse goes into "backpack mode" and automatically shuts itself off.

*BlueTrack Technology does not work on clear glass or mirrored surfaces.
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