• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very impressed!

    • Written by from MILTON KEYNES

    I've never liked other mice that Apple have released, but when I saw the new Magic Mouse, I thought it looked good, was a great idea, but would it actually be good, so i trotted off to my local Apple Store had a dabble, and was so impressed I picked one up immediately. I was using a Logitech MX1000 that has loads of buttons, I thought I would struggle having essentially none, but no, not at all, it just feels really good, nice and heavy, really well made, and it just feels natural using the touch sensitive top, I think Apple have scored a home run with this, I for one am really pleased.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Its amazing!

    • Written by from Brentwood

    I finally managed to get hold of mine earlier today and have found it to be incredibly easy to set up and use. The functionality using the 'trackpad' surface is superb and its so much easier to use then the old mighty mouse and its ball. I have even managed to ditch the mousemat on a gloss white table.

    This has to be one of the best mice available and one of the best that I have ever used!

    0 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Yet another masterclass in function and design!

    • Written by from ILFORD

    Like all great design it's ease of use and tacticity make this a joy to work with, and makes you very quickly forget just how different this mouse is from anything that you have used before. I'm always amazed how Apple continues to launch new products that are so instantly desirable, and yet unlike many form over function objects, they work so well. For a relatively small cost (considering the design and build quality) you will find that it injects some fun into doing even the most mundane tasks. I'm sure that future software updates will address some of the function issues like lack of Expose etc. The intuitive organic nature of it's design makes learning to use it incredibly simple and it's so easy to forget just what a revolutionary leap this is from a standard mouse. It sits so low in your hand that it feels much smoother and lighter than the old wireless mouse. If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch you will know how odd it feels not to be able to tap instructions on the screen of a click-wheel iPod or standard phone. Which brings me to the downside, you will find that using the 'old' Apple mouse seems so clunky that you may need to buy two if you have more than one Mac. . Yet another masterclass in function and design from Apple.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Prestatyn

    totaly brilliant, finially no more having to dis-assemble my mighty mouse to clean the scroller ball, setup quite easy, and really easy to get used to, took me no more than half an hour, although the 7 day dispatch time is really long

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    This really is a Magic Mouse!

    • Written by from Glendaruel

    By far the best Apple Mouse to date. An absolute treat to use; and so positive. It just performs so naturally. It seems like an actual extention to your hand.

    Having been a user, and also a fan, of the Mighty Mouse since shortly after its release, it now seems so lethargic compared to Apple's latest innovation. I am finding this difficult to accept. But this is how it appears in reality.

    As for Expose and Dashboard, I just use my keyboard, or the Dock. No hardship.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A truly magical mouse

    • Written by from WALTON-ON-THAMES

    The new magic mouse is much better than the previous which I found quirky (using a lot of batteries) and became so frustrated with the cordless version I stopped using it - preferring the corded version. I really like the multi-touch aspect and it seems to work seamlessly with my MacBook. Highly recommended.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazingly amazing.. But Too Flat?

    • Written by from halifax

    First thoughts... WOWWWW.
    But then it comes to using it..
    The mouse is VERY flat, very dodgy. I've just come from a Logitech Mx Revo which hugs the hand is is huge compared to this.
    Buy the mouse, just be warned, the size and shape needs some getting used to.
    The multi-touch feels responsive and puts a smile on your face. You've probably already read about the incompatibility with Exposé and Spaces ETC so i aint gunna go into that. But the Pro's heavily outweigh the Cons.
    Love it. And you will too

    25 of 38 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Best!

    • Written by from Leicester

    Obviously looks wise this is stunning! People have been complaining that there is no Expose button but I have a normal logitech mouse at the minute and find setting up "hot corners" in system preferences to be good for me!
    Been playing with this at the apple store... been advised that its not available separately till November from the shop (so next week).
    I found navigating back and forward in Safari difficult until i separated my middle and index fingers slightly and then it was lovely to use...really responsive (unlike the back and forward buttons on my logitech) and not at all uncomfortable! Scrolling is also unbelievably smooth (unless you have sweaty or clammy fingers).

    17 of 22 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The best mouse I've ever used. End of conversation.

    • Written by from STOCKPORT

    I'm aware many people weren't, but I was actually a fan of Mighty Mouse. This, however, is a vast improvement in multiple areas: design, aesthetics, usability and tracking accuracy. Multi-touch works flawlessly, just like iPhone. It even feels lighter than the wireless Mighty Mouse, which is nice (I'm assuming they both use AA batteries?). Anyway, buy immediately.

    591 of 782 people found this useful