Excerpt: Wanting a wireless mouse that looked like it matched my Mac perfectly, I bought the Wireless Mighty Mouse at my local Best Buy. At first it was a very good mouse. One thing good about it is its precision.
Summary: The product is exactly what I wanted and there is no sign of it being used or refurbished. Time will tell whether this product actually holds up or not. For now it is great and I am really happy with the price.
Summary: Works just fine, saved a few bucks vs buying from apple. My only need was to pair with a mac, & that was effortless. Also fairly simple to pair with windows 7 and XP. No luck pairing with vista.
Summary: The item did not look like the traditional refurbished item I've gotten from Apple before. It looks more like it was used but very well maintained. There are some scratches on the top portion of the device, which probably means that it was dropped (way) more that once. Everything works fine, it came with all the documents. Can't beat the price + the 2yr replacement warranty, so it's a keeper.
Summary: I consider the Wireless Mighty Mouse a 'consumable', because I literally wore out the tiny trackball of my first one in just over a year of heavy use. No amount of alcohol-wipe therapy could make the trackball work reliably again. This time, I'm going to save my Wireless Mighty Mouse for special projects that really REQUIRE a mouse, so it should last much longer.No, it doesn't do the multi-touch surface gestures of the replacement product, but it works great with my 2007...
Summary: Save yourself $60 and buy some other wireless mouse with two seperate mouse buttons and a wheel.
Pros: I don't know. It clicks I guess.
Cons: Where do I start. First of all, you can only right click or left click. You can't click and then lift up your mouse and reposition it. The mouse ball is super sensitive an jumps all over the place when you so much as touch it. The batteries have about a month life. The list goes on. There are several design flaws with this mouse. I love apple products which is why I bought this disregarding reviews.
Summary: I love this thing. It looks great with my mac mini and macbook. My mac mini is hooked up to my 42" LCD TV so my daughter can play PBSkids.org on the couch using the wireless keyboard and mouse. The wireless keyboard and mouse look clean and sleek - just great in front of my entertainment center. If you have a PC I could understand why you might look elsewhere for gaming function or compatible "PC aesthetics." But, if you have a mac this is a must have.
Pros: * Looks good sitting there * Doesn't have all sorts of colors and buttons everywhere * Simple enough that my 3 year old can use it * Sophisticated enough for multi-function when used with OS X
Cons: * The roller ball collects lint every few months, because it is so small. (This is easily fixed with a paper towel and your leg. Put the paper towel on your leg and roll the MM upside down on the paper towel. Works very well.)