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Hi All ..
I am thinknig about getting the mouse, but what is the difference between these two brands:
MB111LL/A
MB111ZM/A

And how big is it ??

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I wasnt able to find any info on MB111ZM/A however here are the specs on the other.

http://www.apple.com/mightymouse/specs.html
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I wasnt able to find any info on MB111ZM/A however here are the specs on the other.

http://www.apple.com/mightymouse/specs.html
Thanks a lot
this a link that has info about the MB111ZM/A:
http://www.futureshop.ca/marketing/v...est%5Fcookie=1

Does it come with bluetooth or what ??
waiting for other to advise and tell the difference !
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AFAIK, they are pretty much identical but the Wireless (MB111LL/A) is the latest model ... they are both bluetooth capable and wireless. The Wireless (MB111ZM/A) used to be wired, that's the only difference I can find without really studying the specs ...

You can compare the two at this website:

Apple Bluetooth Wireless Mighty Mouse

They are numbers 2 & 4 in the list ...


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AFAIK, they are pretty much identical but the Wireless (MB111LL/A) is the latest model ... they are both bluetooth capable and wireless. The Wireless (MB111ZM/A) used to be wired, that's the only difference I can find without really studying the specs ...

You can compare the two at this website:

Apple Bluetooth Wireless Mighty Mouse

They are numbers 2 & 4 in the list ...


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I got the Wireless Mighty Mouse with my MacBook Pro and I have been very pleased. It's easy to setup the right-click and it feels natural. Scrolling with it also feels alot better than my old MX 510 that I have had for like 3 or so years now.

MacBook Pro 15"
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I have the wireless Mighty Mouse for both of my MacBooks and they work flawlessly, easy to connect, easy to use, easy to understand (yes, it's Bluetooth).

Once, my mouse acted up, it wouldn't let me click, and it would freeze from time to time, I would just turn the switch off, and then turn it back on, and it was fine. But I figured out the real solution, if that ever happens to you, you need to go to your Bluetooth, remove the mighty mouse and then reconnect it.
I've never had the problem since. :]

Oh, and you won't need a mouse-pad, since the wireless Mighty Mouse has laser tracking, it will actually act funny with a mouse-pad or any foreign surface under it. And it looks sweet!
I have the wired Mighty Mouse for my iMac, and it's nice too, you'll need a mouse-pad for that.
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I have the wireless Mighty Mouse for both of my MacBooks and they work flawlessly, easy to connect, easy to use, easy to understand (yes, it's Bluetooth).

Once, my mouse acted up, it wouldn't let me click, and it would freeze from time to time, I would just turn the switch off, and then turn it back on, and it was fine. But I figured out the real solution, if that ever happens to you, you need to go to your Bluetooth, remove the mighty mouse and then reconnect it.
I've never had the problem since. :]

Oh, and you won't need a mouse-pad, since the wireless Mighty Mouse has laser tracking, it will actually act funny with a mouse-pad or any foreign surface under it. And it looks sweet!
I have the wired Mighty Mouse for my iMac, and it's nice too, you'll need a mouse-pad for that.
Thank you very very much ..
I ordered one an i am waiting for it

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