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Apple Magic Mouse

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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandApple
Item Weight73 g
Product Dimensions20 x 44.5 x 3.5 cm
Batteries:Lithium Metal batteries required.
Item model numberMB829Z/A
SeriesMagic Mouse
ColorWhite
Screen Size3.5 inches
Battery Typebattery_type_aa
Lithium Battery Energy Content20 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Voltage20 volts
Lithium Battery Weight1 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB002NX0M8C
Best Sellers Rank 173 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight299 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2008
  
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Product Description

Apple MB829Z/A - APPLE MAGIC MOUSE (WIRELESS)

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Michael Preston on 26 Feb. 2011
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I ordered this mouse as a replacement for my wired Apple Mighty Mouse.

One of the big advantages of this mouse is that scrolling is via the touch sensitive surface - there are no moving parts, (like tiny scroll balls) to get caked up and stop working. Once you've set up the left and right buttons, these work really well and when you click the mouse the whole top surface tilts down a faction and makes a 'click' sound.

Using it feels very intuitive and natural and the design of the mouse as well as it's weight is pretty much perfect, at least for me.

One thing that does take some getting used to is the very fact that it is so touch sensitive and responsive. I'm a long time Mac user, (so not a newbie to any degree) but I did find it was very sensitive and it took me a few days to get used to it. Having said this, now, I'd never go back to an old style scroll wheel mouse, this feels so good you'll wonder why anyone actually used them.

The one thing I did do to improve the functionality of the mouse was to download BetterTouchTool which let's you modify the area that is touch sensitive and adds some more configuration options. This was especially useful to be able to create a non-sensitive area on the mouse's upper surface which makes it slightly more use friendly if you're someone who's hand tends to linger on the mouse. Having said this, it's still eminently useable without third party software.

Overall it's a delight to use and comes well recommended. It does need a light touch which can take some getting used to, but where I used to get occasional hand cramp, now I get none.

Get one, you won't regret it.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Thomas on 28 Dec. 2010
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I gave four stars because I expected a GBP 50 laser mouse to be perfect. It is not. In the following review, I will try to give a comprehensive (not long though) list of the ups and downs.

Ups:
Stylish design, excellent workmanship.
Good battery life: even after 3 days of moderate use, it indicates that the batteries (the original ones provided) are at 100% charge level. You can use regular AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries, but there are also some special Magic Mouse ones. UPDATE: Over the past 20 months I used up four a pairs of AA batteries.
Touch control is fast and accurate, the same being true for the laser. (You can even play Call of Duty multiplayer with this rodent.)
Extremely large control surface: you can use the whole area from the Apple logo (this is approximately 3 quarters of the curved surface).
Good third party application support (just google it). You can program about 30 different controls, touch and click as well.
Usable with all computers sporting a bluetooth adapter, however you cannot use swipe controls in Windows without additional third party software. Please note that I have no information on usability under Linux.
I did not experience any inexplicable cursor movements reported by other reviewers here.

Downs:
Tracking is really slow, even with maximum tracking speed I find the response subpar. I had to lift the mouse to navigate the cursor through the screen of my 13-inch MBP. Good news is, there is a solution: just download any free Magic Mouse control program and increase tracking speed beyond the OS X default scope. (Tracking speed is not an issue when the mouse is used with Windows.) UPDATE: Tracking speed is not an issue from OS X Lion and above.
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197 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Music Mark on 12 Feb. 2010
I've been a Mac user since 1985 - I've been using the Magic Mouse since Christmas 2009 as a replacement to my 'old' Mighty Mouse. I don't want to give a detailed review as such as that has already been covered very well here. But I would like to point out a problem that has as good as stopped me using this mouse, returning to my old, non-bluetooth mighty mouse.

I've found this mouse to be good for general use ie. surfing, scrolling through picture folders etc, but using it for what you might call 'proper' computer work like spreadsheets, Word, and even editing information in iTunes had driven me to distraction. The problem comes when you want to edit text, by highlighting, editing and clicking off, or to somewhere else on the page. Because the mouse is so sensitive to the touch of a finger you can easily find that your edited text (which may have just taken the last couple of minutes to prepare) disappears the moment you're fingers leave the keyboard and return to the mouse. The slightest touch of the finger clears all that previous work if you are not very, VERY careful.

I thought that this may just be a thing to get used to (it does after all need a little practice) but after a couple of months constant use (and constant frustration) this mouse has found itself in the drawer, which is a shame because other than that I really like it. I think the way this mouse works is certainly the way ahead, but Apple need to do a far better job of it than this!

I would also like to point out that the batteries supplied lasted from Christmas day, to the end of January (barely five weeks)
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Nick Flynn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Aug. 2010
Magic Mouse arrived with my new 27 inch iMac, and I must admit that at first glance, I thought it was too small ... I soon changed my mind though, as I found transition from laptop using a trackpad, to the static scrolling facilities on the magic mouse to be very natural. In fact, if the mouse was any bigger, it would make the scrolling features uncomfortable to use. My Logitech wireless mouse now feels like a brick in my hand.

I would recommend that anyone buying the magic mouse to go into preferences to set up the mouse to their liking ... It takes 2 minutes and improves usability no end.

I have not had a problem with the bluetooth connectivity either, my Microsoft bluetooth keyboard and mouse seem to take a little while to connect. I haven't gone through any batteries in a month of usage, other reviewers have suggested 5 or 6 weeks ... that is pretty similar to the replacement rate on the Microsoft gear I have, and using rechargeable batteries is not a problem.

I guess I am lucky enough to have a magic trackpad as well. and as stated earlier, as a (mostly) laptop user I find the trackpad more to my liking ... with a bit more functionality to boot!

I will continue to use both, and would be happy to recommend either ... it really is a question of ... you pays your money and takes your choice.
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