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non-apple bluetooth mouse?


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i'm looking for a 3rd party bluetooth mouse that is not 80 bucks...any ideas?
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yah, so am i.

PowerBook G4. iLove it.
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Check out the Bluetake BT500 http://www.bluetake.com/index.htm

Logitech MX900 http://www.logitech.com the mouse works with the mac but not all of the buttons are configurable and Logitech does not support its use with the mac until software has been written for it.

Microsoft also has a bluetooth mouse out there, though I have heared of people having issues with it.
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apple should just release a two-button bluetooth mouse =(
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not only will apple not release a two button bt mouse they wont do a corded two button mouse

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It's not gonna be the most popular idea, but even though I was the right click king in doz, I just got used to the Mac mouse, it's too cool to give up for me! And I got very used to the keyboard shortcuts that repace the right button and stuff
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haha, yeah.

are there any bluetooth keyboard+(2-button) mouse sets available that work fully on mac? i use my powerbook all the time so the bluetake would get very unwieldy fast.
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I'd start that look here there are ao many sites!
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