Microsoft touch mouse is more than any mouse which you could have for your PC, with the stunning new features and tight integration with the all new Windows 8 which is going to be released on October 26th.
Do not confuse it with the Mocrosoft's Arc Touch mouse, it's just the Touch Mouse. We will elaborate a little to get the confusion havoc out of you.
The entire top of it consists of a "matrix of capacitive touch-sensing electrodes," and naturally, it supports different multitouch gestures.
Based on Microsoft Research concept, the device will support a slew of gestures, including flicks, pinch-to-zoom and panning. You san see the live features of the gadget in the video at the bottom of this article.
The amazing this is that the gadget can work on almost any surface you want to use it on --the black sleek mouse packs Microsoft's BlueTrack technology, which enables it to work on carpets, wood etc.
Redmond explained it all about the new technology and gesture controls you can use on the mouse to ease up your experience a little bit and make things simpler than ever.
According to the company, you'll be able to swipe two fingers right to toggle between open programs, and two to the left to expost those charms. Sliding three fingers up and down will allow you to use Semantic Zoom. See the images above for more details of the gesture controls you can use.
The gadget will be release after windows 8 goes on sale. You can have it for $80 and it is worth every penny. The mouse won't actually get updated until Win8 goes on sale in late October.