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Apple Magic Mouse
This mouse is perfectly ambidextrous because the entire multitouch mouse is clickable.
Innovative multi-touch technology; dynamic design; easy to connect to Mac computers
Beautiful design, with game-changing Multi-Touch feature.
World’s first multitouch mouse, Ambidextrous design, Gestures work just like an iPhone.
Absolutely gorgeous, Reasonably priced, Intuitive one-fingered scrolling, Top notch build quality.
First-ever Multi-Touch–capable mouse. Stunning, minimalist design. Configurable. Ambidextrous.
Looks stunning; Multi-Touch is easy to perform; excellent tracking; very fast reconnect after idle.
Sexy design; vertical scrolling works like a physical scroll wheel; pairs easily with Mac computers; ambidextrous.
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
Power swipers and those with large hands could find the mouse difficult to handle.
Doesn’t work with PCs, Slender design may not work for everyone.
Terribly uncomfortable to hold, Almost impossible side-to-side swiping, Install directions could be clearer, Bloated 100MB drivers, No rechargeable batteries, Packing tape left debris, *
Multi-Touch features work with Macs only. Mouse isn't large enough to fill the natural curve of your hand.
Low profile may not be comfortable for bigger hands; limited to two buttons; limited customization options.
Awkwardly narrow profile; doesn't work with Windows PCs; laser sensor not as advanced as Darkfield and BlueTrack competition; horizontal swipes don't feel as natural as thumb buttons; can't customize swiping functions; no pinching.
By Computerworld on August 30, 2011
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 June 01, 2010
We recommend this mouse for anyone using a...100
By Engadget on May 25, 2010
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 May 11, 2010
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 April 12, 2010
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...80
By Computer Shopper on March 01, 2010
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....76
By BrightHub on February 10, 2010
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...80
By DigitalVersus on February 02, 2010
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...60
By PCWorld New Zealand on January 01, 2010
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 December 21, 2009
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...70