Summary: As with the Apple Wireless Keyboard, if you bought this along with a new Mac or Mac Mini, make sure you turn it on BEFORE you turn on the Mac for the initial setup. When you follow that sequence, Setup Assistant takes you to a different branch and pairs the mouse right away so you can provide the inputs needed to finish the initial setup. Doing otherwise will put you into a do-loop where Setup Assistant is asking for inputs you can't give.
Pros: No wires. Bluetooth so no USB transmitter taking up a USB port. I'm using it with a Mac based system so I can't speak to its operation with Windows. No issues with pairing. My Mac recognized it right away. Smooth scrolling with adequate customization features for personalizing use.
Cons: Small, low profile footprint makes it ergonomically uncomfortable for extended or heavy usage times. You need a mousepad with a wrist rest but you should be using one of those anyway. A bit pricy but we are talking about Apple here.
Pros: Easy to setup via Bluetooth with a Mac desktop or laptop. To use it for Windows 7 and 8 you need to download drivers and utility tool via internet. %s
Cons: At even the 'fast' Pointer Tracking Setting the speed is slower in Macs. Vertical and Horizontal Scrolling moved swiftly. On the contrary for Windows 7 and 8 the Pointer Tracking speed moved faster but the vertical and horizontal scrolling lags.
Summary: Got this mice on sale for $39.99, a fair price point for Apple's overpriced accessories. Shipping was fast and well packed, the beautiful plastic case was well protected in 2 cardboard boxes wrapped with bubble wrap and foam. This is my first purchase on Newegg and I'm very satisfied. BTW, this mice works just fine with my MBP, also my Nexus 7!
Pros: Good example of industrial design, bluetooth wireless, laser engine, slim and lightweight
Cons: not ergonomically designed to fit your hand snugly. no carrying solution, overpriced for its list price
Summary: I am a very avid PC gamer and I have also built my own rig. I bought all of my PC parts (not on this account) on newegg too and will continue buying! But back to the mouse, it is nothing special compared to my Razer Naga Molten Edition or the Razer Ourobros I intend on buying but for a mac user like my brother, it works great. I recommend this mouse for a Apple connoisseur or a Mac Cult member. They will like it a lot!
Pros: It works just as advertised. If you know how to go through a very easy set up (on a macbook for me) it is really easy to understand and use.
Cons: This mouse is an apple product. Because of the apple logo obviously there is a necessity to OVERPRICE IT! minus one egg! Other than that, due to the gridlock apple inspires with almost all of its hardware and software, it is a little more of a hassle to set up on a PC; However, I am a gamer and this mouse is for my brother not me. So at the end of the day, everyone is happy.
Summary: I've been a PC/Linux user for many many years and recently switched my Business over to Apple/OSX. Going from various Logitech mice to the Apple Magic Mouse is more than easy. All in all a very happy customer.
Pros: Slick design, easy to use, easy to setup, nice addition to Macbook Pro
Excerpt: As a regular mouse, the Magic Mouse works well for clicking, vertical scrolling. It is not very comfortable when swiping left or right with the fingers. You have to hold the mouse steady to keep it from sliding while swiping. I use it in conjunction with Apple's trackpad.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface