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Cordless Mouse, which one?


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I considering to get two new cordless mouse's, one for my mac and one for my window based netbook.

I have evaluated, user experiences about the Magic mouse. As it seems, its not yet mature for heavy users!

I am not really brand loyal, I am after a cordless mouse that is user-friendly, feature rich(incl. through addons/open-software support), functional as a whole, and value for money!

If you were able to locate such a mouse, how long have you used it, what are the pros & cons, would you recommend it to heavy & mobile users?

I hear that in some areas, with some models of; microsoft mouse models have eliminated and in some cases even taken over few main players in the market. This through more functional, user-friendly, and feature rich device's that it made available to the market!
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Any other user experiences with advanced cordless mouse models/brands?
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Any other user experiences with advanced cordless mouse models/brands?
I use the Logitech V470 bluetooth mouse with my Asus Windows 7 netbook. While it is smaller than a regular mouse it fits very well in my hand. Note that my hands are not large. Windows identified it and installed the drivers. It works flawlessly. Just turn it on and in a few seconds it links with the computer. I have not tried it on my IMac desktop
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Welcome to the forums!

There is an entire Sticky Thread devoted to this very question:

Official Mouse Thread!

Take a look through it and you'll find plenty of good suggestions and helpful responses.


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