Product Comparison: Logitech T630 vs Microsoft Arc Touch

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General Specifications
Arc Touch
About the Product
Add a little more of what you love with a mouse that complements it perfectly. The head-turning, high-performing Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630. Finally, a mouse as ultra-portable as your Ultrabook that can go everywhere you do.
There is no equal in look, feel, and performance. With a dramatic design and easy elegance, this stylish mouse is a perfect fit for your lifestyle. Tap to stay at your destination. Feel the speed and responsiveness to your touch.
Key Specs
1000 dpi
1000 dpi
Sensor Type
Number of Buttons
Multi-Touch panel
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Logitech T630 Ultrathin Touch Mouse
  • The logitech sensor and tracking is of the usual great logitech quality, haven't had any problems with it.
  • The tracking on the Logitech is superb. Its directed cursor glides across my screen just as smoothly as if I were using my machine's already excellent trackpad.
  • The tracking on a variety of surfaces is remarkably good. I've had it working on everything from my knee, an airplane seat handle, glass, and of course the wooden veneer of a train's table.
  • Its optical tracking and absence of mechanical scroll wheel preclude dust getting inside, and its near total solid-state design should be highly reliable long-term.
  • The sensor in the mouse needs to be realigned so that it matches the natural angle at which the index finger will swipe.
Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
  • The ability to fold flat is an amazing feature. The mouse tracks accurately, much better than most.
  • The tracking technology is very good but you have to keep in mind the light weight factor, this can take away some precision.
  • It feels good when using it, and it tracks well on many different surfaces.
  • My biggest complaint with the mouse is the tracking. It just doesn't feel very precise to me.
  • The mouse also has problems tracking on some spots of my office desk. From looking at those spots, I can't really see any difference in reflectivity or texture.
Size & Weight
0.71 in.
0.6 in.
3.35 in.
5.14 in.
2.32 in.
2.28 in.
2.47 oz.
3.1 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Logitech T630 Ultrathin Touch Mouse
  • The Logitech T630's low profile and small footprint are very nice.
  • It's compact size, it's very well constructed with it's chilled brushed aluminum side facade complementing the silky smooth matte plastic.
  • The size is pretty good for a start. My hands are quite large, so these mice are always a little pokey in my fingers.
  • The size is great for travel - in that it is tiny it can even slip into the fifth pocket of your jeans if you would like.
  • The size is terrible for ergonomics. Just your fingers rest on it I however like a little more control than just my index and middle finger can provide.
Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
  • The form factor is great and the size is perfect to fit in your bag without any added bulk, since it flattens out.
  • This piece of hardware looks and performs like the perfect tool for people who travel a lot and want a full sized mouse to carry along with them.
  • The mouse is extremely comfortable in the hand. It looked kind of large to me in the pictures and video, but it is actually a very nice size. Not too big, not to small. Love it!
  • Buttons are angled too far down, takes some getting used to for people with small hands.
  • Though texture of palm pad is comfortable, there's not enough arc in the mouse to fully grip and position your hand comfortably enough for long periods of use.
Connection Type
33 feet
15 feet
What customers say about "Connection"
Logitech T630 Ultrathin Touch Mouse
  • The mouse connects flawlessly and easily over Bluetooth and has all functions of a traditional mouse.
  • It is small and sleek, has a touchpad-esque area for scrolling, it connects over Bluetooth to my laptop, and is rechargeable.
  • The T630 device is undoubtedly very well built, manufactured from high quality materials, and more convenient with the dual device bluetooth device connectivity.
  • The Bluetooth connects and switches between computers well.
  • Major problem is the connectivity issue I've been having with the latest Mac OS (15). The mouse now cuts out after a few minutes of my not using it.
Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
  • Cordless and the receiver is very small and unobtrusive. No issues with signal.
  • It easily connects to any computer, and even android tablets without needing a special app.
  • It connects very fast and is very comfortable to use for extended periods of time.
  • Mouse lose connection with laptop once per day, for no reason whatsoever.
  • I have to cycle the power (remove and reinsert batteries) on the mouse daily because it loses its connection to my computer and stops working.
Mouse Type
Body Material
Brushed metal
Number of Programmable Buttons
Effortless 8 touch gestures, Logitech Easy-Switch Technology, Touch surface
Flexible design, Touch to scroll, BlueTrack Technology®, Up to 6-month battery life
What customers say about "Features"
Logitech T630 Ultrathin Touch Mouse
  • It can be recharged from the laptop very quickly and efficiently saves getting stuck with a non-functional mouse because of low battery while traveling, especially when internationally.
  • The touch pad material is very firm, yet has a slightly rubberized tactile feel to it, but it doesn't snag or grip your fingertips, they slide very smoothly over it.
  • I will still enjoy mousing with this device at work and can appreciate its quality materials and construction.
  • The problem with the mouse is that it is very flat and so is not at all ergonomic.
  • The charging port is on the bottom of the mouse. That means you cannot use the mouse when it is charging.
Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
  • The basic features of a mouse even work well. It has a very cool touch pad in the front this is a middle click button.
  • Flattens out for travel so it's easy to carry and when flat, you don't have to worry about accidentally hitting buttons since they are disabled.
  • Tracks great on most surfaces. Great flexibility in button assignments, etc.
  • Software integrates nicely with the Windows control panel.
  • This is a decent mouse. The ergonomics aren't the greatest, and I'd never use it to play games. The battery life is pretty good.
Power Source
Built-in rechargeable battery
2 AAA Batteries
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year(s)
3 year(s)
Other Information
59.95 $

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