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Apple Mighty Mouse
Emily, REVIEW STREAM
25 July 2014
Excerpt: I have a Mac computer so I have never been able to use all of the neat wireless mousse that PC users can. Now apple has released a Bluetooth enabled wireless mouse called the mighty mouse that I am very impressed with.
For the Apple Computer Geek, the Mighty Mouse is here
9 September 2012
Excerpt: For every Mac addict or Apple Computer Geek, "the Mighty Mouse" is here. It has been out for awhile but I finally just had to break down and purchase one. It is a wonderful mouse and so easy to use. It is faster than the regular mouse. You do not have to click every time you move, you can just move your fingers across the mouse and it goes where you want it to go. If you are debating whether to get one or not, I recommend buying one.
Excerpt: I remember thinking that I was never going to need a mouse with my MacBook Pro laptop. Working without a mouse became a natural thing. But as a graphic designer I realized there are times I needed a more precise touch and started to look into Apple's Mighty Mouse . At a quick glance, it looks like a regular Apple mouse with an added scroll wheel. But upon closer examination, it is so much more than that. The Mighty Mouse has a smooth, simple and sleek look.
Excerpt: This mouse came with my 20" iMac and worked great for a few months, until I could no longer scroll up or down.Well, I cleaned it and it worked, for a week.After a while of cleaning, using every method out there, I just could not get the scroll ball to work anymore. While it looks nice and works good for awhile, it will inevitably become clogged and you will be stuck with a half-functioning mouse.I would only recommend using this if it came with your computer, but do not...
Excerpt: The mighty mouse is one of the mice made by Apple Inc. The Mighty Mouse has 4 buttons that are fully customizable with-out any extra or third-party software. I have had my Mighty Mouse for a few years now and I have had no problems with it at all. There are two different versions, the wireless one which uses Bluetooth to connect to your computer, and there is the wired version. Both version work extremely well.
Excerpt: I am a big Apple fan. I normally use laptops and their track-pads, but when my husband convinced me to try an mmo I decided to get a real mouse, and of course immediately thought of Apple's Mighty Mouse. A friend of mine has the wired version and I always rather liked it, I never found any problems with it when I helped her with her iMac. But, me with my laptops I of course decided to go with the wireless version, which I think is part of the problem.
Excerpt: I liked that this mouse runs on Bluetooth and easily connects to any laptop with bluetooth. I liked the bluetooth feature because you don't have to remember the usb stick, but that means you have to go through the bluetooth pairing process with each new computer you use it with. It is pretty lightweight, has two AA battery slots but only requires one to work, and tracks smoothly on just about any surface.
Excerpt: The apple mighty mouse is a handy upgrade from the trackpad. It allows scrolling in all directions and feels great. But not only that, it looks great with an apple computer. It is made with the same material and has the same feeling to it. I have always used apple products. I'm convinced they are the best and I have the experience to back it up having gone through 3 computers (two PC's (both broke) and a mac). If you enjoy mac get this mouse.
Excerpt: Just as Mighty Mouse saved the day back in the golden years of cartoons, Apple's Mighty Mouse will save your day with its ease of use with your Apple computer. Bluetooth enabled, no longer is your mouse tied to a wire and with its mini-track ball, you can navigate pages and content with a slide of the tip of your finger.
Excerpt: This is a great step forward for Macs. Simple, easy to use software makes this mouse virtually endlessly versatile. The addition of not only a right button on the mouse, but a scroll wheel and side buttons allow you to manipulate various Finder based features, as well as many other software specific features. Though arguably long over due, these features are done in true Apple form - simple and elegant.