• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Mouse

    • Written by from Freeland

    I love this mouse and when I opened a second office I called Apple and wanted the exact same setup I have in my current office - a Mac Pro, the Thunderbolt monitor and a mouse. They sent me some cheep USB mouse, not the magic mouse. God, I hated it. The monitor was DOA, so when I called them I complained about the mouse they sent me. They FedEX'd me a new magic mouse overnight (which was nice of them) at no extra cost. When I received it I couldn't get it to sync until I tried new batteries, and then it worked. The batteries they included were dead. All of this has nothing to do with the mouse, except to say Apple has very good customer service. The mouse I'm addicted to - it's awesome. Using this on a Mac, it's nice as when the batteries get low I get a message telling me how much power is left. It works well on my desk but at my new office I have a glass top to my desk and it won't work on it - I have to have a mouse pad.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    This mouse is terrible

    • Written by from Toronto

    Bought one last year and it keeps losing a connection with BT but my apple keyboard isn't affected and it drains battery life quickly. Now I give up and I'm looking for another mouse. Oh my wrist hurts too.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Dropping connection!

    • Written by from Astoria

    This is a very nice mouse with one very annoying flaw, it keeps dropping bluetooth connection! Every an hour or so it disconnects for a couple seconds and then you will have to move the mouse around while keep clicking to wake it up. I notices that it became an unconscious habit of mine. The mac support forum is full of this issue. I tried a couple of suggested solutions to fix the issue, nothing worked. Will have to buy another mouse elsewhere.

    Note: this is my 3rd Mac and all of them have had bluetooth related issues (mouse, keyboard, speakers). This is ironic considering that apple is moving away from wired connections (think new Macbook)

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Few other mouses mis the mark so well.

    • Written by from La Canada

    This mouse has a very straightforward design flaw: overloaded input.

    The touch of my finger simply does too much. When I click, the surface senses my skin's position changing, which moves the cursor so I can't select accurately. When I'm scrolling, my finger rarely runs perfectly down the middle of the mouse, so I swing left or right. When I try to click, it might work or it might not, depending on where my finger is on the surface -- which is a problem because I can't *feel* where my finger is on the surface.

    If I had to think of a metaphor for trying to use this mouse it would run along the lines of trying to tap a specific spot on a ball, while balancing that ball on another ball, and moving both balls to indicate where you want the mouse, while trying your hardest not to move any other part of your skin that contacts the entire apparatus.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Sluggish. Bluetooth does not play nice since last Yosemite update

    • Written by from Delta

    I have been having nothing but problems. Bluetooth and mouse lose connect. Been to the store twice. The solution looks like wait for an update or use a different mouse. Do not buy until they have fixed the problem. Logitech mouse - receiver mouse is awesome and snappy. Like I said, do not buy until Apple gets this fixed. No use asking their tech people at store. They just want you to log the problem. How nice being a tester for Apple. Go Logitech non Bluetooth mouse and save yourself a lot of aggrevation.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    AWESOME

    • Written by from Grand Rapids

    Overall: 9/10 For me the elegance and unique momentum touch-tracking-scrolling features far outweigh the slight over-price. But this delicate piece of electronic art is about as tough as a wine glass. The cool plastic case it comes in which, ironically, is actually tough, should actually come a "handle with care" label on it. But still . . .My FAVORITE mouse, ever.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Wayyyy too sensitive

    • Written by from Kew

    Trying to use this thing is the hardest thing I've tried to do in a long time! Zooms, pans, scrolls, jumps when I just touch it. All I want to do is click on one thing on a page but I have to try several times and eventually just use the track pad. So annoying.

    And not to mention so unergonomic with its weird shape and not moving smoothly on the surface beneath it. Urrrgh.

    1 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

    • Written by from Afton

    I have been using the Magic Mouse at work for over a year now and I love it!!! I just purchased a new Mac and there wasn't a question in my mind that I absolutely had to have the Magic Mouse to make my Mac complete. I have seen some reviews about the mouse not moving smoothly and how it's to small etc... In my opinion it moves just fine and it's the perfect size. I don't play games so I wouldn't know about how " precise the mouse must be" but I do edit tons of photos and videos and it works great.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Horrible product

    • Written by from Pasig

    Do not be deceived, this product is horribly inaccurate and so difficult to hold and use! I regret buying this product and should be selling mine to someone very soon.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great idea, Bad implementation with lots of issues.

    • Written by from SALEM

    I really want to use this thing as the features are almost required in apps like Final Cut, but it's so laggy, imprecise and uncomfortable it's actually a hinderance and annoyance.

    For nearly 3-years I've tried three different Magic Mice, on a 2009 MacPro and 2011 MacBook Pro through 3 major OS X upgrades with identical results. I've even tried external BlueTooth Adaptors and spent hours with the advanced Bluetooth RSSI utilities trying to resolve possible interference issues, tried different surface types and textures and my conclusion is that is just inferior to a wired USB mouse and even an older LogicTech MX Revolution wireless mouse that uses it's own wireless adaptor.

    I have used e a number of wired mice from cheap to top of the line with predictable and useable results but with the Magic Mouse movements such as fast and tight circles and rapid reversals of direction results in erratic movements sometimes even producing curser movements in the opposite direction. Moving the Magic Mouse very slowly results in skips and lags.

    About time for a new mouse

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    So, so disappointing

    • Written by from SHEFFIELD

    I bought this about 2 years ago and at first thought it was superb. I loved the shape and the ease of use but it has suddenly refused to function and for no reason that we can fathom whereas the one I have had for many years which I use with a different laptop, still Apple, is perfect.
    I love Apple products usually but I shall not buy another of these!

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great But Terrible Battery Life

    • Written by from Roy

    The Magic Mouse is awesome so long as you're using the Magic Prefs app and don't mind constantly swapping batteries. I ended up purchasing the Mobee wireless charging system to offset the constant need to replace the two AA batteries every month

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    This Mouse Blows

    • Written by from Raleigh

    I never thought I'd be this disappointed by a mouse. Where do I start? It's not ergonomically correct. It is too flat, which requires you to hold it in an unnatural position. The mouse is overly sensitive, which requires you to hold it in an unnatural position. I'll be zoomed in on a file doing something and "zing!" the d*mn thing will scroll me down 20 pages in a document. The edges of the mouse are sensitive to movement, so just handling the mouse messes up what you're doing. I have adjusted the settings six ways to Sunday to fix this, but no dice. Battery dependency: This is shameful. I have gone through a ton of batteries with this thing. Make it with a cord! It doesn't matter how sleek and cool it looks if it doesn't work. I'm about to go Office Space on this thing...

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    eats batteries

    • Written by from strongsville

    I love the features of this mouse but I'm changing batteries every two weeks! I wish apple would make a magic mouse that had a cord. The only reason I bought one of these was because I was sick of cleaning the track ball on the normal mouse.

    Otherwise I love this mouse the scrolling is a little slower than the older mouse but not bad.


    Please lets go green and make a magic mouse that is corded

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    ----Great Disappointment----

    • Written by from Castle Hill

    The apple magic mouse seemed like a good addition to my mac, and i bought it to the disappointment of having it drop in and out of service every 10 seconds. (one second its working, next second its not working and have to wait 10 or more seconds for it to reconnect)
    i have gone back to my Microsoft wired mouse, that i have had for the past 5 years...
    although the magic mouse house great features, it needs to be fixed with the connection issues.
    (yes i changed the batteries on it every time this issue occurred).

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Battery hog

    • Written by from Katonah

    It works well enough, but uses 4 times more batteries than my old Logitech. Also, the battery cover/plate pops off easily.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good but could be better!

    • Written by from Federal Way

    The mouse once connected works great! But bluetooth connection is really poor, it takes way too long to connect and sometimes you have to click coupe of times to connect to my Mac Pro!

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    WHY can't APPLE make this with rechargeable batteries?????????????????

    • Written by

    waste of batteries all the time, change every few weeks. Make one that plugs into USB overnight to charge.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Just can't

    • Written by from Peach Bottom

    My mom has this mouse and I hate using her computer because the mouse just does whatever it wants when you place your hand on it. It is the cause of a lot of frustration and I am buying batteries for her old mouse and changing it for her. She got lost and called me to navigate her home, I used her computer and everytime I tried to move google maps over to see the next intersection it would zoom in or out to the point I couldn't see anything.
    Suggestion: change the sensitivity of the surface so when you place your hand on the mouse it doesn't think you are trying to swip or scroll. I almost threw it against the wall in frustration.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect...

    • Written by from Barnsley

    I love the Apple Magic Mouse, but I that love has it's limits ... just like the batteries. If there'd been a USB cable version, I'd have not had to buy a mouse from someone else.

    1 of 1 people found this useful