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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 27, 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 late 2007 10.11.b4, iMac 2008 10.10.5, Macbook2007 10.7.5, Mac Mini 10.7.5, iPhone 3GS Note 8!!
    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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