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Does anyone know what's the best bluetooth mouse out there that is decently priced? Reason I prefer bluetooth is because it is already built into the MAcbook, so no USB stuff needed.

I am currently using a Logitech V470, which is a bluetooth mouse, but it is simply not sensitive enough compared to wired mice. Does anyone face the same dilemna?

I've tried various wireless mice, and none work as well as a cheap wired one.

Advice anyone?
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Have you tried going to System Preferences and playing with the mouse settings? Might help. As far as a Bluetooth mouse, I'm of no help. I'm using a cheap usb wireless.
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Do any USB wireless mice work very well though? I used to use a logitech mouse that was also a laser mouse, but it also had some minor issues.

The one I'm using is really not THAT bad, but it's just a noticeable difference between this one and a wired one.
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