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Mighty Mouse finally goes wireless...


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Hopefully.

If only this had come out before I got my wired Mighty Mouse.


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Well sweet, but... i dunno. That stupid internal speaker will suck the battery.

I'm on wires since 5 months now and I don't like wireless because of battery issues, but wireless is so much cleaner... gah i can't decide.

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Thats cool, the one thing I dont like about the mighty mouse is that the scroll ball is way to small for my hands. If they could make that bigger and fix the side buttons, I think it would be a really good mouse, but having it wireless sure helps.
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I've been wanting one of these since the Mighty Mouse came out. If it's real I'm very excited.
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Tease!

I thought it was a real product available now. The wireless mouse is beautiful, and I could not ask for a better looking desktop (bluetooth iPod would be ideal) but as a switcher, I am used to doing so much without having to touch the keyboard. CTRL-click works, but I would love to have a context button on my one button mouse.
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wonder when its coming out?

I love the right click feature on that mouse, but you really have to press the top of hte mouse to get it... I hope they fix some of the lil things with that mouse... then i'll sure get it

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I cannot understand why they do not just have to seperate buttons like the Microsoft mouses for Mac. Still I guess its what make apples mouses different.

Nice mouse though, I might not have a Mac yet but from the times of tried it, it seemed very nice and quite functional.
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Thats cool, the one thing I dont like about the mighty mouse is that the scroll ball is way to small for my hands. If they could make that bigger and fix the side buttons, I think it would be a really good mouse, but having it wireless sure helps.

True, I have big hands so it may be a problem but I have never tryed it. It also may just be the pic.

I.E. I never knew wireless uses batterys I always thought there was an adapter kind of thing that goes into the PS/2 or USB port and it just goes like that.
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I just got a corded mighty mouse. I just hope they make the scroll ball a little more substantial.

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I dont mind the scroll thingy.... just a light touch will move it down or up doesnt need to be too big... maybe a mm would help

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That stupid internal speaker will suck the battery.
What?

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I've been waiting for this. First I bought the bluetooth mouse but couldn't live without a scrollwheel so I bought the logitech v270. Yuck didn't work! Sold both and bought a mighty mouse, love it but miss being wireless. The day this is instore I'm there.
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I am guessing he thinks that black thing looks like a speaker, which it is not.
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I've never used a wireless mouse before. I hear they are more trouble then they are worth, but obviously that is only an opinion. How long do the batteries last in a wireless mouse? With the batteries installed, is the mouse a bit heavy for the wrist? (looking for comfort). Just a couple of questions that popped in my noggin.


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