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Cheapest Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Price in Singapore is S$ 57.90

The Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse price in Singapore is S$ 57.90 from Qoo10. You can also choose between different Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse variants with Surface Edition starting from S$ 82.32 and Black at S$ 63.00. Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse price details are updated January 2020.

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 465.92 S$ 81.00
Malaysia MYR 89.00 S$ 29.00
Philippines PHP 2,431.00 S$ 63.00
Singapore SGD 57.90 S$ 58.00
Vietnam VND 489.514 S$ 28.00

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Price in Singapore by Variants

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelArc Touch
DateSep 2012
Power sourceBatteries
Battery typeAAA
Number of batteries supported2
Service life of battery6 month(s)
Form factorAmbidextrous
Product colourBlack
Surface colorationmonotone
Device interfaceRF Wireless
Movement detection technologyBlueTrack
Scroll typeTouch
Buttons quantity3
Movement resolution1000 DPI
Recommended usagePC/notebook
Frequency band2.4 GHz

Reviews of Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
Reviewed on 2010-12-29
The Microsoft Arch Touch Mouse is actually a successor to Microsoft's Arc Mouse, which was a pretty cool device on its own. The older Arc Mouse could be folded in half for travel, and featured a magnet that kept its small USB dongle from getting lost. ...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-17
In the last 3 years, I've tested a lot of different mouses but the only one I've been using is the Logitech M570 Wireless Trackball. The problem is that the trackball is quite bulky and it often takes a lot of space in my bag when I need to carry my lapt...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-31
One year with the Surface Pro 3: The best computer I have ever ownedMy current lightweight portable writing system consists of an 8-inch Windows tablet, a Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard, and a Microsoft Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse. No, we agree it's no...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-20
Anyone looking for a gentle introduction to the wide world of touch-based mice will find the Arc Touch a pleasure to use and own, and only mildly challenging to get used to. Anyone who is already convinced touch is the future will do..
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Reviewed on 2011-03-01
About a year ago, we reviewed the Microsoft Arc Mouse which sported a unique curved design and a compact form factor. Towards the end of last year, Microsoft announced a newer Arc Touch Mouse, an upgrade to the last generation model with a hint of touc...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-21
Although the computer mouse has become more accurate over the years, there has been little change in the style of this common computer component since Douglas Engelbart invented it in 1963. Now, however, Microsoft has released a mouse that is really di...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-11
Intuitive touch sensitive bar works very well, Much more compact storage design, Full size body is one of the most comfortable "compact" mice, Blue-Eye laser sensor is very accurate, Plug and play with no software needed, Nano transceiver works very well, Uses standard AAA batteries (included), On/Off button is built into flattening and expanding the mouse so you know when the mouse is on and off by simply looking at it, Force feeback mechanism for the sensor bar "click wheel"...
No forward and backward thumb buttons!, Black rubber part is a dust magnet, No included travel pouch like the original, Still uses magnets to hold the transceiver in place (magnets + computer equipment is not a good thing!), No horizontal scrolling, vertical only......
Tweet The original Microsoft Arc mouse certainly was innovative and ground breaking; but the downside to making such a great portable "laptop" mouse is what do you do for an encore? Well it seems MS what not satisfied with just making a minor tweak to ...
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Reviewed on 2010-12-14
Unique, portable design. Touch scroll has vibrating feedback. Thumbnail USB has innovative storage on base of mouse. BlueTrack laser technology allows the mouse to be used on a variety of surfaces. Ambidextrous.
No browser buttons. Expensive.
Microsoft's Arc Touch ($67.95 list) mouse is about as portable as you can get and adds style to the otherwise plain mobile mouse market. However, the price for such a hot product may make your wallet crawl back into your back pocket. DesignThe Arc Touc...
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Reviewed on 2010-12-13
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Reviewed on 2010-10-17
Microsoft’s Arc wireless mouse was a big hit in 2008 and a groundbreaking piece of design. It was elegantly curved with an incongruous hinge in the middle, but this allowed it to be both portable and comfortable to use. Less pioneering but as charming...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-10
Short version: An interesting little gadget, but practicality seems to have given way to design a bit more than is necessary.Features: Unique bending design goes flat for easy transport Bluetrack sensor tracks on nearly every surface Tiny wireless USB ...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-09
Awesome design, Nano receiver, Comfortable in the hand
Touch sensors for scroll take getting used to
Typically if I think a peripheral like a mouse or a keyboard is cool, that is because it is aimed at the gamer. Today I am checking out what may be the coolest mouse ever and it has nothing to do with PC gaming. The mouse is called the Microsoft Arc To...
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Reviewed on 2010-09-01
Distinct convertible design lets you pack the mouse flat for travel; touch-sensitive scroll tab has vibration feedback and accelerated scrolling features; BlueTrack sensor lets you use the mouse on a variety of surfaces; small USB receiver stays out of th...
Expensive, scroll tab occasionally unresponsive, lacks heft compared with standard desktop mice, no thumb-side forward-and-back buttons
Microsoft has come up with a unique new product in the Arc Touch Mouse, thanks to its clever, convertible design and its touch-sensitive scroll wheel. Like the original Arc Mouse, and the Philippe Starck-designed mice before it, the Arc Touch Mouse is ...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-23
Clever design; Flat scroll wheel with tactile feedback; Tiny wireless receiver; Works on both Mac and Windows;
Mouse button clickable area is shorter than it seems; Touch controls not very reliable;
Microsoft’s Arc Touch follows on from the original Arc, a compact pocketable mouse that appeared in 2009. Two years on, Microsoft has updated the optics and added touch sensitivity. Designed to accompany portable notebooks, the Microsoft Arc Touch is...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-09
Some of us happy to use our laptop/MacBook’s built-in track pad when we are browsing the web or writing a piece of document. Some prefer having a handy, compact, and wireless mouse as a travelling companion. If you fall into the second category, say he...
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Reviewed on 2010-11-05
High-accuracy tracking, works on almost any surface
Microsoft’s Arc wireless mouse was a big hit in 2008, and a groundbreaking piece of design. It was elegantly curved with an incongruous hinge in the middle, but this allowed it to be both portable and comfortable to use. Less pioneering but as charmin...
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