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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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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.....
Giant thread about computer mice.....Last post - 4:54 PM EST (only 1 hour prior to first post of this thread): A good mouse for the MacbookPro 17"

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