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What is the difference between magic mouse and other wireless mice? I know it looks really nice but I dont know if I am willing to pay the extra amount for that unless it gets really good battery life.

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You can use gestures such as sliding two fingers left and right to go forward and back on a webpage.

You can even improve it with 3rd party apps.

I have my magic mouse set to where I can use expose, clear the desktop, pause iTunes song, make a new tab, access the dashboard and maximize a web page.

It is a very cool mouse. I have been using it for over a month and it is around 75% battery life. I would suggest this mouse to you if you are into the whole gesture thing.
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If u are an iPhone user that likes the Scroll feature and do a lot of web browsing on the Mac then the Scroll with Momentum is worth the price alone. IMO
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I really don't know about battery life. I just buy big packages of batteries at Costco and use them when I need them. The Magic Mouse is the nicest mouse I've ever used, and I've had a lot of them.
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