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right click mouse for mackbook?


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Can anyone recommend a wired USB mouse which I can connect to my macbook which has a right-click feature just like a windows mouse please?
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Take your pick:

Computer Mouse, Optical Mouse, Wireless Mouse - Newegg.com

Just about any USB mouse with a right & left click button will do the trick.

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Oh I see, I had thought since you need to use 2 fingers on the scrollpad then click on the tab to get the right click that you would need a specialized mouse for this, thanks for explaining.
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Oh I see, I had thought since you need to use 2 fingers on the scrollpad then click on the tab to get the right click that you would need a specialized mouse for this, thanks for explaining.
You got it!

Just about any 2 button mouse, roller ball, etc. will do the trick. I use both types...and they work great!

Just shop for best price & comfort.

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