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    Nov 19, 2003
    Logitech finally supports Mac OS X
    Well it's been a while in coming. Look at the logitech boxes in your local store, and youll see that very few if any at all, support Mac os X. Well I finally went out and picked up the MX 1000 laser mouse. To my surprise it was supported. Well once I downloaded the Logitech control center software from their website (to get the latest), I installed the mx1000 laser mouse, and it works wonderfully. Not only that but it really is a well thought out and comfortable. Thoughtful touches like the battery meter, tactile feedback from the buttons. You've got something like 7 buttons to configure. Oh, the expose features I can put at my fingertips!

    Just wanted to share. Pick one up. It's well worth the $80 price tag.

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    I've been using the Logitech MX700 wireless optical mouse for over 2 years now. It's awesome and I would never use anything other than Logitech. I was using this with my beige G3 running OS X 10.2.8 and now with my G5 running Panther.

    Glad you like the MX1000, I'll see if I can get one of those next. This is the second MX700 I got for free. Perks of where I work.

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    Nov 26, 2004
    Pocola, Oklahoma
    Mac Pro 2.66 - 4 Gig Ram, iMac G5 2 Gig ram 20"
    Got news for ya, the Logitech mouse works with the PowerMac G5 and the iMac G5 also, without any special drivers. Just plug em in and boogie. I use a Microsoft wireless keyboard and Logitech wireless mouse on both machines and the mice need no special drivers. You do need a special driver for the keyboard though in order to get the apple keys, other than that both are plug and play...

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    dtravis7's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 04, 2005
    Modesto, Ca.
    iMac 2010 27" QuadI7 OS10.13 iMac 2008 OSX10.11, MBP Late2011OS10.13 , iPad Pro 10.5", iPhone 5s,
    Actually Logitech has been supporting OSX for a while now. My Internet Navagator Keyboard I bought at least 1.5 years ago now has the Apple symbols right on the keys. I was shocked when I first noticed it. And like James said, just plug in a Logitech mouse and it works. If you DO install the Logitech driver, you get a nice control panel for both Mouse and Keyboard Preferences which you can program all the buttons on the mouse even if there are 4 or 5! Works great!

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