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I am in need of a new mouse, my current Logitech MX Revolution is starting to die, having connectivity and battery issues. I would buy another, but Logitech discontinued it, with the MX Performance, which doesn't have a charging dock, which is something i really need. So i'm looking for a new mouse that has a charging dock, and really good tracking. I was looking at the Razer Mamba, but i'm not sure if that has Mac support on it. Can anyone recommend a good mouse?

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The Razer Mamba is an awesome mouse but it does not have OS X support - at least not as of last June. Also a bit pricey even at Amazon.

Have you thought about the Magic Mouse?

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Nah, I would rather have a mouse that has 1 button for left click, and another for right click. Anyways, I do use Windows on here, so it's better to have one like that too.

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the new MX, while a bit pricey ($99), is a great mouse. I debated about the magic mouse, but I really like my MX.
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The Razer Mamba is an awesome mouse but it does not have OS X support - at least not as of last June.
I'm on their site right now and they're advertising mac support. I'm about to pull the trigger on a Razer because I cannot deal with Logitech anymore and their lack of OSX support with the double click issue.
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