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Mighty Mouse and Macbook air?


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My Mighty mouse is blue toothed to my iMac. Can I also use it with my Macbook air?
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My Mighty mouse is blue toothed to my iMac. Can I also use it with my Macbook air?
Better get yourself another magic mouse dedicated to macbook air, so that you do not have to switch back to imac if you are using macbook air, it is a hassle.
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Thank you, I thought I might have to do this!
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Hello ycl1688,

I'm quite sure that you should be able to use your Apple BlueTooth mouse with multiple BlueTooth capable Macintosh computers.

I can't think of any reason why this would be a problem.

(Once paired, you do have the ability to "lock" the pairing of given BlueTooth device to a given computer).

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