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Alternative to mighty mouse


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Hi,
I'm a newbie. I don't like the mighty mouse.
I was looking at some alternative from Logitech, mainly the mx revolution.

Can anyone recommend an alternative to the mighty mouse?
I don't care if it is corded or wireless. I just need something else.
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Pretty much any mouse out there will work fine on OSX. If you wan to be able to program specific functionality to buttons you need to find one that supports OSX specifically.


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I *strongly* recommend the Logitech S530 wireless keyboard and mouse combo. Both the keyboard and the mouse are just outstanding. They are specifically designed for the Mac and work like a champ. Best I have ever had. I have been using mine since I got my Mac, well over a year and a half ago.

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I was also just looking at the logitech setup for mac. Does the logitech mouse have the buttons such as click scroll to access dashboard and squeeze for expose?
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