Lenovo Yoga Mouse, Black, Ultra Slim 13.5mm, 180 Degree rotatable Hinge Silver Silver
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- Multilayer Adaptive touchpad
- 1 Month battery life from 2 hours charge
- Ultra slim, 13.5mm design
- 180 Degree rotatable hinge
- 2.4G or Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connection
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- Dual-mode Wireless - 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth 4.0
- Micro USB
- Up to 1,600 DPI
- 4.43" W x 2.36" D x 0.53" H
Lenovo YOGA Mouse
The mouse that helps you do more
The YOGA Mouse is the perfect partner for your YOGA 900 / 900s.
Rotate to switch between mouse or remote control for work and play.
It is also a fully functional mouse that adapts to any laptop.
- Windows 10 Home
- Windows 8.1
- Windows 8
- Windows 7
The YOGA mouse lets you work, play and present anytime, anywhere. Switch between a stylish wireless mouse and fully functional remote control by twisting the device. It’s that easy.
Long-lasting rechargeable battery
Say goodbye to batteries. The YOGA Mouse has a high-density integrated rechargeable battery that lasts up to one month with daily usage.
Ultraslim design with only 13.5 mm thin; available in Ebony Black and Platinum Silver.
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> Looks really slick
> Folds down very compactly
> Many connectivity options, seem to all work well
> Lots of built-in functionality
> Cheap feeling build (completely PLASTIC body and parts)
> Ergonomically awkward as a mouse - no hand support and not weighted enough to use comfortably
> Scroll pad (center mouse button) is utter garbage and either doesn't track or scrolls way too fast
> Touchpad presentation controls are a bit impractical - with no buttons to feel for, one may have to look down to actually locate the virtual button
The right and left buttons are very stiff anywhere but the very tip, and the mouse is small and smooth enough that it's difficult to keep fingertips on the target area. The scroll wheel is so difficult to use that I often find myself switching back to the touch pad, which is almost as bad as not having a mouse at all. When you don't have the screen real estate of a desktop with monitor array, you have to do a lot of scrolling, and this mouse just won't. There is very little feedback to know that your finger is even on the scroll pad, and the apparent sweet spot is very narrow, sticks to my finger half the time, and I'll find myself rubbing and rubbing the darn thing, only to have the screen move by like a tenth of a screenshot per several rubs. Very frustrating. This is no replacement for say, a physical wheel, or even a spring loaded slider. I know it's functioning as designed, because when I am extraordinarily(!!!!!!) careful, it will scroll. The ergonomics are just miserable. Also I knew there wouldn't be any when I bought the thing, but I really do miss having navigation buttons. Plus, of course, no wheel, no tilt. They definitely chose form over function at every turn with this mouse. I kind of feel like a sucker. The battery life is decent enough, but there is no indicator of any kind to show how charged it is, beyond "Um, it's got somethin..." and "whoops, I guess it's not turning on," so mouse deaths are surprising and very inconveniently timed. like, you know, before a presentation.
But there is good. The dpi is nice, and as I mentioned, the perks do come in handy. If you practise due foresight for peripheral details like charging yet another secondary device when you're on a deadline.
Update: I decided to try using it as a USB mouse with the dongle and the scroll function is much improved. Still a disappointment as I purchased it partially for it's Bluetooth ability so that I didn't have to tie up a USB port, but this tells me the issue is related to the Bluetooth connectivity. Will see if Lenovo support has anything to offer on this.