Apple Magic Mouse

  • Apple Magic Mouse
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Based on 30 scores, 54 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    3
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    9

Pros:

  • This mouse is perfectly ambidextrous because the entire multitouch mouse is clickable.
  • Innovative multi-touch technology; dynamic design; easy to connect to Mac computers
  • Comfortable, sleek

Cons:

  • The Magic Mouse can be a bit uncomfortable for some.
  • Learning curve necessary; doesn't work with Windows PCs; no pinching and pulling to adjust zoom

Expert reviews and ratings

By Computerworld on

Apple's Magic Trackpad, the Magic Mouse is still available for those Mac fans who prefer the feel of a mouse to that of a...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 100

We recommend this mouse for anyone using a...

By Engadget on

The computer mouse lived longer than many ever anticipated. Yep, that's going to be the first line of the mouse's obituary. One day we may navigate every computer with a glass multitouch trackpad, or by simply by touching the screen, but today...

By GadgetMac on

This is Apple’s newest and first wireless mouse that features Multi-Touch capabilities. First of all the design of the Magic Mouse is incredible and one of a kind, the top surface is glossy polycarbonate and both the sides and bottom are made from...

By Tbreak.com on 80

The Magic Mouse's surface gesture sensing technology is awesome but its a bit pricey and not the best ergonomically. “Mighty Mouse” used to be the extremely cool name for Apple’s rodents previously however a trademark awarded to...

By Computer Shopper on 76

Apple addicts who appreciate design and minimalism, as well as multi-touch functionality, will find the Magic Mouse a must-have. Those used to a chunkier, more traditional pointer, however, will have a hard time adjusting....

By BrightHub on 80

The Apple Magic Mouse despite the criticisms hauled against it is definitely a must have accessory for MacBook and iMac users. It took me almost two weeks before I received it from the US online Apple Store because I can't find it anywhere near...

By DigitalVersus on 60

Using it with a PC Although the Magic Mouse is only designed for Apple computers, the Uneasy SIlence site has developed drivers for Windows based on those found in Bootcamp.We were despearte to see what it was like, so we tried this mouse out on a...

By PCWorld New Zealand on

When we first heard Apple were trying their hand at producing another mouse, we harked back to the last good mouse Apple produced – and concluded they’ve never done a good one. It astounds us that a company so focused on design and with...

By Wired UK on 70

It's about time. For years, Apple has embraced aesthetic simplicity over practicality with its peripherals. Single-button mice! Yes, we know Apple hasn't made single-button mice for a long time, but why in the world did Steve Jobs ever think...

By HardwareZone.com on

Apple's mice have always been somewhat of a mystery to non-Apple users. The first question most often on the lips of the uninitiated tend to be, "where's the right click button?" The new Magic Mouse, like its predecessor, the Apple Mouse...

By CIOL on 100

Apple always takes the top spot for design. The iMac, Macbook, various iPod's or the iPhone, Apple has won accolades and appreciation for its product designs. And the Magic Mouse is no different either. They just went ahead and answered the...

By Computeractive on 60

The scrolling feature is slick and stylish, but the Magic Mouse is too expensive for what it...

By Mac|Life on 80

The Magic Mouse is a winner in the features and aesthetics departments, but its low-profile beauty could prove to be a pain for some.Magic...

By AskMen on 84

As a first step, is the Magic Mouse an acceptable entry into the multitouch mouse world?Overshadowed somewhat by other product announcements such as the revamped iMac and Mac mini during Apple's most recent press bonanza, the newly released Magic...

By ConnectReviews on

Multi-touch first came to the iPhone and iPod touch, then the MacBook Pro, and now Apple is putting multi-touch into it’s latest mouse, the wireless Magic Mouse. The mouse has no moving scroll wheel, only a single button, which depending on how...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 70

Apple's has the advantages of and more than just a dab of Apple's distinctive design style, but it's also beset with a few odd problems that belie its status as a premium-priced mouse.There's not too much to say about the Magic...

By V3.co.uk on 60

It looks lovely and the multi-touch surface is clever, but the Magic Mouse isn't as versatile as a button-bedecked alternative, and we found it too thin to use for more than a few minutes at a time. Your mileage may vary, so try before you buy....

By Digital Trends on 60

The concept of a multi-touch mouse remains quite compelling, but tragically, Apple killed the Mighty Mouse the second a designer laid pen to paper and sketched it in its current form. Pretty, yes. Useful, no. The $70 asking price on this little guy...

By AsiaOne on

Get into the two-finger flicking habit and the Magic Mouse will win you...