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What kind of mouse do you have?

Ill start it off, Logitech Wierless mouse click the scroll wheel and its like pressing F9 right click brings up dashboard. and an apple mouse as a back up for when the batteries die.

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Yeah, I've got a Grey Logitec Wireless Notebook mouse. It works pretty good, but is ultrasensitive, even with the settings turned all the way down. I wanted the red one, but the store was out, and I figured "hey, it's just a mouse."

Although, as a side comment. I've made a habit of calling it a rat instead of a mouse. I know it's stupid, but I love to see people's faces when I talk about my rat. Plus, I'm a mac user, we're supposed to be different!
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I use a Hamster. Top of the line rodent. :cool:
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logitech mx 510. Great mouse!
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MacMice one for me, looks like the Apple Pro mouse but has a scroll wheel & 3 buttons to play with :-)
I like the Apple single button mouse but the MacMice one is easier for others in the family.

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ive only seen about 3 different bluetooth mouses. anyone have any links to some..?
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logitech mx700
i guess it's one of the best.
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logitech mx700
i guess it's one of the best.
That Logitech mouse uses RF, not bluetooth.

I use the Apple Bluetooth Mouse. I love it, but I'm looking at MacMice's Bluetooth as another altertative.

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i want the M$ BT mouse (shame on me i know)

only thing is i dont know if it will work cause the box said it needs XPS2 meaning it dont work on half the PC's in the world never mind a mac
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i want the M$ BT mouse (shame on me i know)

only thing is i dont know if it will work cause the box said it needs XPS2 meaning it dont work on half the PC's in the world never mind a mac
it will work apple can make anything work itsnt it great

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That Logitech mouse uses RF, not bluetooth.

I use the Apple Bluetooth Mouse. I love it, but I'm looking at MacMice's Bluetooth as another altertative.

you are right. tnx for spotting the mistake. It's actually the logitech mx900(bt)
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The new Bluetake bluetooth mouse also looks quite cool...
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