Can anyone tell me whether or not it has a power switch on the bottom, which would be useful for placing it in a laptop bag?

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  • Yes it will have a power switch at the bottom of the mouse, for more information visit apple.com and click go to magic mouse.

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  • Yes a small sliding switch. It will automatically go into bluetooth discover mode if it does not detect a paired host at switch-on.

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  • Yes there is a power switch on the bottom.

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  • Yes. It has a switch on the bottom similar to the "hold" switch on an iPod.

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  • Yes it does.

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  • Yes, it has a power switch on the bottom.

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  • Yes, definitely! There is a power switch at the bottom. There is a LED (Green) indicator to tell you if it's on or off.

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  • Yes, It has a power switch just like the Mighty Wireless Mouse.

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  • Yes it does! I just saw one in the Apple Store in Cardiff!

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  • Had a look at Apple Store. Definitely has discrete small on/off button. The touch surface and tracking are great!

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  • Yes, It has a power switch.

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  • There is a power switch.

    Source: Magic Mouse User Guide (Available under Support, Peripherals)

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  • Yes, based on the information on the product page there is an on/off switch. From the apple description...

    "And because Magic Mouse is wireless, it can venture beyond the confines of your desk. A quick flick of the on/off switch helps conserve battery power while Magic Mouse is tucked in your bag. Even when it’s on, Magic Mouse manages power efficiently, by detecting periods of inactivity automatically."

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  • Yes. "A quick flick of the on/off switch helps conserve battery power while Magic Mouse is tucked in your bag."

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  • Yes, its just to the right of the sensor.

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