Excerpt: prior to the release of the newest mac mini i purchased a late 2012, added a M510 mouse and 16 gig of Crucial ram. that is when the kernel panic crashes began. after 4 chat sessions and 5 visits to the @, including overnight testing, after swapping the apple ram back in, replacing the Crucial ram, it was determined that this mouse was the cause of all the problems. i have been using an apple mouse for 3 weeks without another kernel panic crash.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface
Summary: I got this to replace an Apple Magic Mouse, which had given me one headache after another since I bought it. The Logitech is GREAT! Plug in the USB "Unifying Receiver" and that's it - the mouse is ready to go. I also love the fact that the battery should last 2 years (the Magic Mouse ate a couple of batteries every 2 weeks). I've had no problems using Safari, Chrome or any of my Apps. Unless it self-destructs at midnight, the Logitech is a keeper.
Excerpt: I purchased this to use between my PC and iMac. So far, I am really happy with the purchase. One thing to mention: depending on your Mac product, if the scroll seems backwards, go to your mouse settings and change the scroll direction. Very simple.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Quality, Good Value, Comfortable, compatible
Excerpt: This wireless mouse is plug and play, and it feels good to hold. Extra buttons allow me to navigate forward and backward in a browser. Most importantly, I'm no longer snagging a mouse cable on the mess of software boxes and magazines on a shelf under the desk. Batteries were included. The most difficult thing about the instalation was opening the hard plastic sealed box. A pair of sharp scissors is necessary.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features