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Magic mouse or Mighty mouse?Or others
MMs are looks good but too bad my freaking hands sweat,hard to sweep smoothly on the Magic mouse
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Logitech or bust! I have a few of the V550's. So far my favorite mouse.
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Wheel moves up and down and tilts. I do miss cleaning out the ball on the Apple Mouse every fifteen minutes though. The Magic Mouse was just too uncomfortable for me.
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Logitech... from wal mart... the button kinda broke on it about a month ago too. But it Still works! Hooray for chinese made electronics! Also I have my Hockey-puck mouse for my G3 upstairs.
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Purenight1,

I didn't like the magic mouse also, at first. but I figured out that you barely have to touch it to make it work, really, so my sweaty finger tips are no longer an issue.

I now think it's a really cool design. Perhaps Apple will come up with a more satiny finish on future models of this thing for those who don't care for the glassy (or plexiglassy) finish they have now.

But it's grown on me. I really like it now. I've been using it at work for a few months now and just got one for myself at home.
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I also use a Logitech mouse. Since I already have a Mac laptop with trackpad gestures I didn't think it was worth getting the Magic Mouse. I might have tried it out if I didn't have a laptop. I never really liked the Mighty Mouse that much so it wasn't a good option either.
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I love my gigabyte mouse, has 2 side buttons, smooth design, and a DPI button right under the wheel which is perfect for switching from looking around to sniping.
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just bought the Magic Trackpad, loving it so far, having spent the last few months on my ipad mostly, it feels quit a natural progression.

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Migty mouse all thte way, I'm practically dependent on the side squeezing gesture for expose.
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Update: Just upgraded the iMac G4 to a Microsoft Wireless 700 v2.0 Mouse. Loving it so far. No more battling the wire.
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So far favorite mouse is an old Razer Diamondback. Glides very smoothly and fits my hand perfectly.
Used to think I needed 6 or 7 buttons and have tried them but found out I didn't.
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