Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse

Applies to: Surface DevicesSurface

Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse is an optional accessory that’s crafted to sit comfortably in your hand and designed to fit beautifully in your workspace. Snap it into its curved position to turn it on.


Intuitive interactions

The mouse comes with a touchpad instead of buttons and uses finger pressure to tell where you’re clicking and scrolling. Here are a few gestures to try.

Left click

Use two fingers to click anywhere on the touchpad. (Or use one finger to click the left side.)

Right click

Use one finger to click the right side of the touchpad.

Scroll up and down

Move one or more fingers up or down on the touchpad.

Scroll left and right

Move one or more fingers left or right on the touchpad.

Pair it with your Surface

On the bottom of the mouse, press and hold the pairing button for 5-7 seconds, then let the button go. Then follow these steps to connect a Bluetooth device. You’ll need to look for MicrosoftArc Mouse in the list of Bluetooth devices.

Make it your own

Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse is ready to work any way you do. Select the Start  button, then go to Settings > Devices > Mouse to change things like the primary button.

Slim, light, and ready to travel

Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse goes anywhere without the weight or bulk of a traditional mouse. When you’re on the move, snap it flat to turn it off and slip it into your pocket or bag.


Care for your mouse

keep Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse looking like new, gently wipe it with a slightly damp, lint free white cloth (to avoid color transfer) or screen cleaning wipe.

If you spill something on the material, try to clean the stain off within 30 minutes to help prevent it from setting. For most stains, a simple solution of warm water and mild soap (like hand soap) will do. Using swirling motions, gently clean using a clean, white, lint-free cloth dampened with the soap solution, and then wipe dry using a clean lint free cloth.