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Microsoft Wireless Mobile 1850 Mouse review

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Earlier this month Microsoft revealed the latest in its line of Wireless Mouse hardware, the Wireless Mouse 1850.

The mouse itself has been subject to wide-ranging testing to guarantee ideal usability, quality and comfort.

The Wireless Mouse 1850 uniquely matches function with fashion, and is available in four standout colours including Flame Red, Orchid Pink, Pantone Purple and Coal Black. Including a built-in USB receiver, the Wireless Mouse 1850 uses 2.4Ghz wireless technology to deliver a reliable wireless connection with a range of up to 5 metres.

With all of this weighing in at just 90 grams, the Wireless Mouse 1850 is the perfect accompaniment for a modern, mobile lifestyle. Everything you need to get going is included in the small box – the mouse, a AA battery and the wireless dongle (which can also be stored inside the mouse).

The Mobile 1850 Mouse is quite minute, meaning that it should be comfortable for most. It is also very light so you can effortlessly transport it around in a handbag without really noticing that it’s there. Setting up the mouse was simple. Just plug in the wireless dongle into the PC, toggle the on/off switch on the mouse’s underside and the PC did all the rest.

It was up and running in a few seconds. Unlike some of the more expensive Microsoft mice, the 1850 has just left and right buttons and a scroll wheel. The dongle is small and is stored inside the mouse when not in use – but it is tiny so could go missing if not careful.

The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 1850 is available now for £16.99.