Reviews and Problems with Apple wireless Mighty Mouse
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Eric D., Newegg
8 March 2009
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 sev...
Summary: Very bad design, shame on you for letting this slide by. I'm ashamed of this apple product. I'm going to fire the engineers of the Mighty Mouse.
Pros: Has an Apple logo on it.
Cons: I own one of these mice and have used many of them. They all seemed to have a very sluggish response time with a lack of ergonomics. The bottom of the mouse isn't very smooth and actually feels kind of abrasive when moving even on a smooth surface.
Ivan "visiting your planet while mine's repaired", Amazon
30 March 2014
Summary: I've been using Mac gear since the 80s and this is the first piece of Apple gear that I've come across that is fundamentally flawed. I've had three of these things and every one of them failed after a little while, always with the scroll ball ceasing to operate, sometimes intermittently and then...
Summary: straight to the point I bought a mighty mouse which side buttons were not working. I have asked to the seller to take this point into consideration and have a new mouse back but I have received no reply. After 1 months the scroll ball stop working.
Summary: Yeah yeah yeah, there's the fancy window changing buttons on the side and of course the handy side scrolling... But it's so sensitive and has a mind of it's own! If like me, you've bought an iMac for editing audio on logic and video on FCP, this mouse will drive you NUTS!
Summary: The ball stops working after a few months, and, as others have said, you can't then open it to clean it. Was going to take it back but it seems it happens to all of them so it barely seems worth it.
Summary: Why attempt to 're-design the wheel'?! After approx 3 days, the ball will no longer scroll up-down. Initially, disconnecting, then turning the mouse upside-down & rolling the ball on a piece of material etc, is effective. Initially...
Summary: The mouse looks lovely, but unfortunately it has so many problems: - The tracking is awful, I mean truly appalling. A good test is to move the mouse in little concentric circles - look at the mess on the screen!