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    Bluetooth version of ergonomic mouse?
    I currently use the Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse and Keyboard combo. Well I never use the keyboard but love the mouse. It connects via the USB stick. I thought I'd sell the whole unit and get the standalone mouse, which I think is the Natural 6000. The problem is that it has a usb receiver with a cable which i don't want.

    So is there a bluetooth version of this mouse that someone has found, or some other mouse that has the same ergonomic features that only has a usb stick as a receiver?

    I'm on a Macbook Pro with Leopard.

    thanks much!

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    Magic Mouse is really sweet. I'd highly recommend it. Loving mine. Very easy on the hands.
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    it's sleek, but I'd prefer something designed with ergonomics in mind. that's why i like that Microsoft mouse so much. the weigh is on the side of my hand, not my wrist.

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