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The mouse will be available for pre-order from 9 November for $99.99.
Microsoft said it features USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and a battery which last 3 months on a charge.
The device was designed for “exceptional accuracy, comfort, and control”.
“The Surface Precision Mouse gives you more multitasking power by allowing you to work seamlessly across up to three computers,” said Microsoft.