• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Never had such a poor mouse!

    • Written by from Huntington Beach

    It's the third that goes bad on me in two years! Apple is letting their standards go to the dogs! Very disappointing. And on top one mouse costs $ 69 plus taxes!!!!

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good, but could be better for the price

    • Written by from Mamaroneck

    Unlike what other people are saying, this mouse works great for me. I don't have connection issues, the battery life is good, however, my only problem (which is arguably the most important) is how uncomfortable the feel of the mouse is. I'm really depressed, because I do love the mouse and it's features, but it's sharp edges bother my fingers after a while. I'll give it a 3/5 because I've only had it for a week and I'm getting a new mouse.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Keeps Dying

    • Written by from Port Coquitlam

    I have to re-synch this mouse to my computer every few hours. Today, after less than a year, it will not stay in synch for more than a minute. This is the second one I've bought in 18 months. NOT IMPRESSED.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Love the design, yet I won't use it anymore

    • Written by from Punta Umbría

    Bought it a year ago, and I am giving up. The mouse keeps disconnecting. I have tried all. Even bought the Apple rechargable batteries, which by the way, one pair of them is already gone after using them just one time. Very disappointed with this product.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Durable

    • Written by from Granite Bay

    I do photoshop work using this mouse. For each photo, I click the mouse many times and very strenuously. It's almost been a year and the mouse has not let me down. It is also very useful to have side scrolling.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Another quality product from Apple!

    • Written by from ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

    ..great product from Apple. And to those that are complaining about battery life, please take a close look @ the batteries that are used by Apple. They are the Energizer Lithium Batteries, which last much longer than the traditional Energizer batteries. A bit on the pricey side, but worth every penny with the battery life you get out of them.

    1 of 4 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome but with very short life use

    • Written by from Naranjito

    It is a smooth and incredible mouse. I have had three of them, but it does not because I like too much it because it suddenly stop working and need to be replaced (if it is in warranty period). Design and functionality 5 stars, short life use 1 star, so I give it three stars.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Way to flat and small

    • Written by from LIMA

    The mouse is great if you have small hands and fingers but if you have larger hands and fingers like I do, its way too flat and small. Go back to the drawing board Apple or at least come up with a larger mouse. I give it a one-star for me.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Connection Lost... Connected... Connection Lost... Connected...

    • Written by from Sacramento

    I mean, even if it wasn't for the constant FAILURE this mouse would still FAIL. I mean, you're supposed to be the most cutting-edge company on the planet and I'm replacing AA batteries every two weeks? Apple is Radio Shack with a better graphic design team.

    10 of 10 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    A spastic mouse that eats energy

    • Written by from Moscow

    I did not like this mouse. Yes, it is sleek, but I tried changing many parameters and never did find settings that yielded a stable unit. It was particularly bad when trying to work with a powerpoint document. A slight twitch and I would go from slide 25 to slide 2. It was very frustrating. If I sneezed, my screen would zoom out and get stuck in the spooky margins outside my view. I turned off the battery every night and still it sucked power. I don't like the battery system.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Good!

    • Written by from Maple

    Can't write the review due to sensorship. Trade it for a corded mouse. Thing doesn't work.

    4 of 6 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Wish I could say different...

    • Written by from Denham Springs

    I wish i could be one of the ones giving high remarks and review... but sadly not. I am on my second one within my first year of being an Apple customer. Bought it with my 1st macbook Pro. Both of my magic mice I have owned had the same exact problem... constant loosing connection... over and over and over. When you make your living with this thing in your hand... it is so disappointing. I have read these reviews as far back as 2011 and it seems nothing has changed. I have also had all the issues of the sensitivity and it swiping you to another screen without you touching it and closing or exiting an application before you ever touch it. You either hate it... or you love it. I am very close to the "hate it" point. I have to say, I took the first one back to the apple store and they replaced it immediately. I am sure they probably would this one... but who wants to keep going through the same thing!? And then there is those that will tell you to not pay attention to the "negative" reviews... That's a crock of bull. These "negative" reviews are real and they are the truth... as much truth as all the positive ones. If people were going to lie in a review... do you seriously think they would do it on a mouse??? I went into the mall store today and was talking to an apple rep about my issue... his suggestion... buy a Mobee(sp?) super charger so you wouldn't have to worry about batteries. Really? spend another $40??? So I would have to spend over $100 (I spent $69 on the mouse!) just to get a mouse that works??? I cant believe that was his suggestion! I have to say as many others have... this is the only product from Apple that has ever disappointed me. Look... we all love all our other Apple products.. none of us would leave apple and go back to PC over a mouse issue... so why not make a good one!? I don't want another exchange Apple! I want a wireless mouse that works... Please.... pretty please.... pretty please with sugar on top! Can you do that? Will you do that? Can you imagine the change in all these reviews if you did!!?? I ... for one... would certainly come back and do just as i have done here... tell the truth!

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfection

    • Written by from Dublin 16

    Ergonomics 100%
    Quality 100%
    Functonality 100%
    Feel good 100%
    Part of the whole package.

    And most important to remember , you deserve it :)

    2 of 9 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love the product

    • Written by from Elberta

    Well made product! so simple to use even my 4 year can you it. I personally thank it would be even better if the top smooth part of the mouse could function as a track pad and mouse AIO...

    0 of 4 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    NOT for regular heavy usage.

    • Written by from Mission Viejo

    I bought this mouse about a year ago. I stopped using it about 4-months ago. I work from home and my work requires heavy mouse usage (CAD). This thing died on me so many times. I had to change the batteries so many times. It eats them in a snap!

    I went through a very large package of batteries in these months and I stopped feel comfortable changing the batteries so often. Both for the environment and the wallet.

    And also, if you enable "two-button" on the "magical" surface, and have a larger or heavy hand, then stay tuned to get accustomed to martial arts like focus on the mouse to get the job done.

    Then I decided to go with a $10 microsoft mouse. I couldn't be happier with the $10 mouse at the beginning and I felt freedom in my hand to do whatever I want.

    Now, the $10 mouse developed the double-click instead of a single-click issue.

    I thought I should write this review to give you heads up. I am currently shopping for a new mouse or buy several of these $10 mices. Still lower cost than this apple mouse that eats the batteries in no time under heavy usage (many clicks, many movements, extended work hours).

    My wishes:
    1) A more intelligent surface motion processing/sensing that can automatically understand that the user comes from a Microsoft two-button world.
    2) An automatic wireless charger. The technology is developed, ready for licensing and it is out there and Apple can use it off the shelve.
    3) ergonomics, this is a mouse not a decor!

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Android Phone and the Apple Magic Mouse

    • Written by from Philadelphia

    My Samsung Galaxy Note II (Smart Phone) easily connects to the Apple Magic Mouse via Bluetooth.
    This enables the Multi-Touch/ Multi-Gesture smart mouse to seamlessly control the Note II.
    A Clearly defined mouse pointer icon appears on any open window screen. Follow it to l easily and quickly open or close applications or multi-task on the phone, as well as maximizing / minimizing objects on each screen andscrolling quickly in any direction or page or groups of pages. This makes wide ranging scrolls across or through files, folders, lists, websites, photos, lightning fast.

    The Magic mouse's MAGIC is controlled by sliding a finger or two on or over the top surface of the Magic mouse. You do not have to physically move the Magic mouse.
    The Smart Gestures yield tons of controls for the Android Phone.
    Am I the only benefactor of this truly Unique integration of this device and accessories?


    The addition of a 9 inch wide Bluetooth keyboard completes a very capable and handy micro computer system.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Looks good but not that useful

    • Written by from Kent

    I love how the mouse looks. But the bluetooth connection between the mouse and mac always lost.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty, and neat, but useless

    • Written by from Maricopa

    Ok the mouse looks great, and has really cool features.

    The multi touch input functions seem to integrate into Maverick really well. The problem is that the touch is too sensitive and it ends up doing some times things I do want it to do.

    The mouse is really uncomfortable. After using it for a little while, I've noticed it really does nothing to support the shape of the hand, or wrist.

    It also does not really move around on a mouse pad too well.. Its kind of jerky, and you have to maybe very slightly use more effort into getting the pointer where you want it. And on that super high res desktop, some times that can be a pain, over time it makes me really dislike the mouse. Using it on a different surface does really help.

    Give me the larger clunky 2 button/scroll wheel PC mouse any day. I actually felt forced to get a replacement from somewhere else.

    Sorry Apple, but design should never take front seat to comfort or useability.

    0 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    First bad Apple product I've owned.

    • Written by from Encino

    I sought out this review section and I never write reviews. But I simply can NOT let this go. I've used this Beelzebub-designed product for over a year now and it has never stopped being anything but ATROCIOUS.

    Let's just not waste your time and run through the complaints.

    -Enjoy replacing the batteries at an insanely ridiculous rate, like faster than Data's Bullet Blinders from the Goonies.
    -Enjoy constant "magical" shortcuts that you are not anticipating or want. Like sending an email you weren't done with.
    -Enjoy the dock constantly moving to your second monitor at the drop of a hat.
    -Enjoy trying to view videos and whoops your hand grazed your mouse now everything went to Diablo and your quicktime can't tell if you're saying fast forward or reverse.
    -Enjoy "magically" swiping screens you were just on out of the blue which is really fun during live broadcasts.

    This thing is an overly-sensitive battery-sucking piece of garbage and you might as well need to know sign language to master everything. If you have big hands like me you're basically sentenced to an eternity of unintentional shortcuts. I work for a company that gives me no choice but to deal with this demon spawn and I absolutely gnash my teeth every day.

    Save yourselves. It's too late for me.

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good mouse, but lacks functions, easy to scratch and eats batteries

    • Written by from Richmond

    This mouse is good and was included with my iMac. however it lacks many useful gestures that the trackpad enables and also dies very fast (at least the battery is always lower when comparing to my keyboard in how much they each decreased to). However since the mouse is used more frequently and works harder than the keyboard I think it's probably my fault… but my friend didn't complain of this problem with his. The previous owner of the mouse's girlfriend (used machine) also scratched the plastic surface with a ring. That needs some improvement too…

    1 of 1 people found this useful