can this mouse also bee used for macbook's like if u dont want to use th trackpad

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    Yes, the mouse also works with MacBooks for those who do not wish to use the trackpad.

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  • You can use this with a Macbook and it will turn off the trackpad when connected if you wish so you don't have to worry about moving the mouse with your palm when typing

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  • Yes, it can be used with a MacBook or MacBook Pro. It uses Bluetooth, a wireless technology that is supported on MacBooks.

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  • The touch surface of the mouse does not act as a trackpad (yet - who knows what the Magic Mouse Software 2.0 will bring?), rather, you will still move the mouse to track your cursor across the screen. According to the documentation and advertised features, it does not look like a comprehensive replacement for the trackpad. For example, there is no mention of three or four finger gesturing for app selection and exposé. The intention of this mouse is to bring finger gestures to the iMac, Mac Pro, and earlier Macs that wouldn't have that capability otherwise.

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  • Yes. It can be used by any Mac that has Bluetooth and Mac OS X Leopard or higher.

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  • Yep! As long as you have a Bluetooth Enabled Mac and Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later with Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0

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  • If you have a MacBook with bluetooth that is running OSX 10.5.8 or later, this mouse will work with your mac.

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  • Yes

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  • Yes the Magic Mouse can be used with both Macbook's and iMac's. All you need is make sure your Macbook has Bluetooth and that you have Leopard installed or newer.

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  • Yes. It will work with any Mac with Bluetooth running Mac OS X v10.5.8.

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  • Yes, as long as you're using a Bluetooth-enabled MacBook.

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  • Yes, it connects via Bluetooth, it will work with any Mac purchased since 2005.

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  • If you mean substituting the trackpad with the mouse, then yes. However, you will still have access to both the mouse and the trackpad. This mouse should work with any newer mac that supports bluetooth, so your MacBook should have no problems.

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  • Yes, you can use external mice with MacBooks and MacBook Pros and even disable the trackpad when an external mouse is present. Note however that the Magic Mouse requires Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later.

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  • The product page says it just needs a Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer running Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later with Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0. Should work just fine on any Mac.

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  • Of course!

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  • Yes, simply connect it with your bluetooth capability and your all set. You can even go into your preferences and change the setting to turn off the track pad when the mouse is connected, just so you don't accidentally brush it and click something you didn't want too.

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  • yes it can b used wit like your like macbook.

    like.

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  • All mac mouses can be used with all mac computers as long as the have Bluetooth®. :)

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