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I want to get a mouse that can connect to my MBP using bluetooth, so I DONT need a dang dongle thing! I hate the Mighty Mouse. Is there another company that makes bluetooth mice that dont use dongles, I like logitech mich, but can't find a bluetooth one...:-(

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The logitech V270 is bluetooth and works with latptops pretty good, but i wasn't fussy on it. Logitech also has the mx900 and microsoft has the Intellimouse Explorer for Bluetooth 2.0

I tried the wireless might mouse the other day and didn't like it. The right clicks would become left clicks half the time. I returned it and saw the VX revolution on sale. So far it's great. It is USB wireless but it was only $60CAD.
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I have a quick question also, I have the Logitech MX1000 what I use for my Windows machine, according to the instructions its compatible with Mac OSX, although I wonder if it will be compatible with Leopard or is it a case of just plugging in and it would work on OSX?

Also would the mighty mouse be worth considering as a secondary mouae maybe?

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with the Intellimouse Explorer from Microsoft, is it possible to customize the 5 buttons via Mac OSX? On the Microsoft website it doesn't say it's compatible with Mac....
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