Reviews and Problems with Apple Magic Mouse / MB829
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I thought my mouse might be defective but apparently not
terry C, Apple Store
12 August 2015
Summary: The more time passes after Job's death, the more apple is showing missteps and poor decisions. It's like the teacher left the room and the students start goofing off and messing everything up.
Summary: As someone who depends upon their MacBook Pro for design and video, I've grown so accustomed to the Magic Mouse gestures to control things, even simply navigating a web browser, that using the MacBook's trackpad or having to downgrade to a regular mouse feels like handicapping myself.
Summary: It works perfect my only and biggest complaint is that it's not ergonomic, my right hand hurts and is getting numb. Too bad: I love it but if you have issues with your wrists hands or elbow... this ain't the mouse for you. I am returning it
Summary: The promises that apple makes about this product are true in that this mouse offers very good functionality, that is if you can overlook the extreme discomfort that your wrist is guaranteed to have even after the shortest amount of time with this product.
Hurry up & upgrade this product & don't buy one until they do.
Marcus F, Apple Store
28 July 2015
Summary: I love the look, feel & use of this product when it works but I agree with so many other people on this, that it disconnects continuously, only seems to like one brand of batteries & only seems to work with those batteries whilst it is fully charged.
Summary: I thought that with time I would like and get used to using this mouse, but no. It's harder to maneuver than a normal mouse and yes the added gestures are cool, but they are a little too sensitive and I find myself using them accidentally. Also, using the mouse just feels awkward.
Summary: Seems to have a delay when moving the mouse pointer making it difficult to click in a precise point. I've tried changing the speed in the settings but doesn't see to help. Also tried different surfaces. Track pad works better but harder trying to highlight several lines of text quickly.
Summary: I love the touch capabilities of this mouse and gesture control with the MacBook. But I can't use this mouse for more than a little while. The shape of the mouse looks attractive and modern, but the design hardly caters to the hand.
Summary: My Magic Mouse came with my new iMac a few months ago, and honestly, has been nothing but disappointing since I began using it. I've experienced very poor tracking with the Magic Mouse, having tried multiple mousepads, surfaces, and positions for using the mouse.