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Magic Mouse Slow Response when streaming video


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When I stream video (with any application) to my PS3 or 360 the magic mouse seems "heavy".
It is constantly slow to response and I find it hard to move across the screen.
The CPU is not in high use at all (usually between 2%-10%.. sometimes none at all).

Any ideas? This is super frustrating. I basically can't use my mac if video is streaming.

I'm running OS 10.6.7
3.06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
4 GB 1057 MHz DDR3 memory

This should not be happening...
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On Lion... this is still an issue.
Is anyone else have this problem at all?

Also wanted to add to this... If I use the regular wired mouse it works just fine. Only an issue whens streaming video and using magic mouse.
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