Summary: This mouse is a bit clunky, the scroll wheel isn't exactly smooth - it clicks, but it still would've been OK by me if those were my only problems. It was maybe six months after I got it that the left-click function began to fade. Although I'm a graphic designer, this mouse and the computer it was attached to didn't receive heavy use. It was hugely frustrating.
Summary: I spent countless hours of researching, reviewing, and debating which mouse to buy for my Mac. I finally bought this mouse and must say that I am very impressed with it's functions and ease of use. Great alternative to the Apple Mighty Mouse. Compliments my new iMac and MacBook Pro while cosmetically maintaining the aluminum/white color scheme with a white gloss finish and white cord.
Summary: Length:: 0:39 Mins This mouse is the Rocketfish Apple Mouse. And it is a mouse that connects to your computer with its USB cable. What more can you say about a basic mouse. It's a mouse and it simply works. You have a left button, a right button, and a scroll wheel. It's white in color and that means it matches my white Macbook. The USB cable is a little long and so I had to tie up part of it into a loop to shorten the cable a little bit.
Summary: I purchased this product because it looks great with the rest of Apple's products. It actually says Rockefish Apple Mouse on the bottom and shows up that way in the Apple Profiler. I actually loved my Apple Mouse but after a year and a half, the scroll wheel completely quit working after many feeble attempts to clean it. I had my eye on this for sometime and decided to try it at BestBuy. I figured I could return it if I didn't like it.
Summary: I just got this mouse because my Mighty Mouse scroll ball wouldn't scroll anymore. I tried cleaning it and it would work for about a week but I finally gave up. I've only been using it for a little while but so far it seems very good, possibly better than the Mighty Mouse. I like how the scroll wheel glows red, that is something cool the Mighty Mouse didn't have.
Pros: - Wireless bluetooth connection - Way better left/right buttons than Apple's Mighty Mouse - Responsive middle mouse scroll wheel + button, with horizontal l/r scrolling
Cons: - On OS X, bluetooth is slow to start up, occasionally loses a connection (during video playback, etc) & frequently has to be awoken - Scroll wheel action is noisy, jarring, and even more mechanical-feeling than generic Dell/Microsoft mice