The powerful Surface Book 2 isn't the only Surface device going up for preorder today; Microsoft has a new mouse available as well. The Surface Precision Mouse, which was introduced alongside the Surface Book 2, is also now available for preorder at Microsoft for $99.99.
The Surface Precision Mouse is a bit of an upgrade over the standard Surface Mouse, offering up a more ergonomic design and some more customization options. Above the Surface Precision Mouse's thumb rest, you'll find three buttons that can be programmed to do things like open specific apps. More interestingly, the buttons can be customized to perform actions on a per-app basis.
Perhaps more impressively, the Surface Precision Mouse can be paired to up to three different computers and run on all of them at the same time. Using the mouse's companion app, you can set the mouse up to seamlessly continue from one PC to another when mousing over the edge of the screen. The feature worked pretty well when we tried it out, but it's worth noting that it's only available on Windows 10 because the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center app isn't available for Windows 10 S or macOS.
The Surface Precision Mouse is up for preorder now at Microsoft for $99.99 ahead of its November 16 release.
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