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I noticed something recently with my wireless mighty mouse and my Black MacBook... I have the tracking speed cranked all the way up and it is still slow. I haven't tried other mice with this laptop but I can tell the track speed has affected the touch pad speed. Mouse/Keyboard options show the track speed maxed but other computers at my local Apple store more much faster. Any Ideas?
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