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Apple Magic Mouse
19 March 2014
Excerpt: This is Apple’s newest and first wireless mouse that features Multi-Touch capabilities. First of all the design of the Magic Mouse is incredible and one of a kind, the top surface is glossy polycarbonate and both the sides and bottom are made from aluminum. The Magic Mouse is very sleek futuristic looking and very low profile, however it is not very ergonomic to your hand it would take a few days to get used to.
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Excerpt: Dubbed "the world's first Multi-Touch mouse" by Apple, the Magic Mouse lets users perform a number of functions such as scrolling through photos or documents by swiping their fingers across its touch sensitive surface.
Excerpt: Multi-touch first came to the iPhone and iPod touch, then the MacBook Pro, and now Apple is putting multi-touch into it’s latest mouse, the wireless Magic Mouse. The mouse has no moving scroll wheel, only a single button, which depending on how many fingers are on the mouse, accomplish different tasks. How does the Magic Mouse compare to more traditional mice on the market? We’ve got the full rundown after the break.
Pros: World’s first multi-touch mouse., Ambidextrous design., Gestures work just like an iPhone.
Cons: Doesn’t work with PCs., Slender design may not work for everyone.
Excerpt: (1 items) Based on pure aesthetics, Apple’s new Magic Mouse is a crowning achievement for the company's design team. Sophisticated, alluring, and downright stunning, the Magic Mouse epitomizes Apple style. Getting down to the nitty-gritty—actually using the mouse to get stuff done—I found that the Magic Mouse and its Multi-Touch features work well. But it may not be incentive enough to abandon your current mouse.
Pros: Multi-Touch is easy to perform, Looks stunning, Very fast reconnect after idle, Excellent tracking
Cons: Limited to two buttons, Low profile may not be comfortable for bigger hands, Limited customization options