After a brief, tricky change-over, Microsoft’s Touch Mouse is growing on me. However, it has an annoying design flaw: The mouse needs its own USB wireless dongle in addition to the one already installed on my PC for the Wireless Comfort Keyboard.
Previously the keyboard shared a single dongle with its paired mouse.
There’s no shortage of unused USB ports. That’s not the point, it smacks of lazy engineering, which doesn’t inspire confidence in the Microsoft hardware brand.