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    New mac user need help in choosing a bluetooth mouse
    I just got my mac book and I was hoping that you guys could help me choose a reliable easy to use bluetooth mouse. I really appreciate the opinions and advice that you guys could share. Thanks

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    If you use the search tool for these forums there is at least one thread that discusses this topic, but I can tell you that I just got a Logitech V270 and I love it. It works very well with my MacBook.

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    I got the Logitech v270 for my mac mini and it didn't work very well, laggy, erratic, unresponsive. Tried it on a friend's Mac with the same result so I returned it. Ironically the Apple bluetooth mouse I had worked perfectly but obviously it's only one button with no scroll wheel.

    I hear the Logitech G7 is a good mouse that works with Mac but I haven't tried it myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenm
    I just got my mac book and I was hoping that you guys could help me choose a reliable easy to use bluetooth mouse. I really appreciate the opinions and advice that you guys could share. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by jhelm007
    If you use the search tool for these forums there is at least one thread that discusses this topic.....
    Giant thread about computer mice.....Last post - 4:54 PM EST (only 1 hour prior to first post of this thread): http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=36966
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