Excerpt: It’s about time. For years, Apple has embraced aesthetic simplicity over practicality with its peripherals. Single-button mice! Yes, we know Apple hasn’t made single-button mice for a long time, but why in the world did Steve Jobs ever think that was a good idea? Well, he was wrong until today.
Pros: Smooth, comfortable form factor. Multitouch gestures streamline goofing off on the web. Buttonless design bids farewell to the Mighty Mouse’s dirt-loving trackball.
Cons: Lack of Exposé and Spaces support will force your hand to the keyboard more often.
Conclusion: So what's it like to use? Well so far so good, although it's by no means perfect. The lower than expected profile means that it won't sit comfortably in the palm of your hand like those made by Microsoft or Logitech and that for some will either be a good thing or a bad thing.
Conclusion: Bien qu’Apple soit passé maitre dans le design industriel et que ses différentes technologies telles le Multi-Touch soient parfaitement au point, il reste que certaines fois le design devrait laisser place à la forme et dans le cas de la Magic Mouse, au confort.