Tonor TM Bluetooth Mouse Review

Recently I went to purchase a Bluetooth mouse for my wife’s Surface Pro 3 and decided to try the Tonor TM Bluetooth Mouse due to it’s advertised slim profile and honestly it’s budget price at just around $13.  This is my review of the mouse and how it works as a Bluetooth mouse for the Surface Pro 3.

The Tonor Bluetooth mouse is only a little more slender than your typical mouse but is also a little longer than some mice, I would have liked the mouse to be a little more compact as a Bluetooth mouse considering it no thumb buttons and only a DPI button under the scroll wheel.

Like any Bluetooth product, the Tonor Bluetooth Mouse pairs with the Windows 8.1 Bluetooth very easily and is picked up without issue.  The mouse uses 2 triple A batteries, doesn’t come with any and has an on-off switch at the bottom.  Personally I think any more than a single AAA or AA for a mouse is too many batteries, but this isn’t a deal breaker for sure.

For me the mouse however has a very uncomfortable feel to it, the hard plastic top is smooth but as you get to the edges where your fingers or thumb rest against the side of the mouse the plastic is cut very roughly and is in fact sharp and uncomfortable. I had my wife and kids confirm that it is unusually sharp for a plastic edge and very uncomfortable.

So based on how uncomfortable the mouse was to use and the fact it felt like it was slowing sawing it’s way through my thumb and pinky this is by far the most uncomfortable and worst mouse I have ever reviewed strictly on the grounds that the sides need to be polished and smooth, there is no reason there should be sharp rough edges on the plastic.

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