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I want to buy a new display for my macbook, but i am looking for an mouse that will allow me o close the macbook. Will i only be able to do that with a Mighty Mouse??? and does it have to be Bluetooth?
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I want to buy a new display for my macbook, but i am looking for an mouse that will allow me o close the macbook. Will i only be able to do that with a Mighty Mouse??? and does it have to be Bluetooth?
No, any mouse will allow you to wake your MacBook from sleep.

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No, any mouse will allow you to wake your MacBook from sleep.
so i will be able to use my wired mouse even when i have closed the macbook, and i use a external desiplay?
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so i will be able to use my wired mouse even when i have closed the macbook, and i use a external desiplay?
Correct.

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