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Mighty Mouse sucks.. Well for what i need


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So i picked up a Mighty Mouse thinking it would be better then the touch pad. Well for general use its great i guess

But when it comes to editing pictures, its horrible.

I like the convince of the BlueTooth wireless, but i need something thats going to be best for Editing. (Photoshop CS3)

Should i try another BlueTooth mouse, or go wired?

Anyone have a suggestion on a mouse for editing?

I dont have money for a tablet right now, just looking for a good mouse.

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Editing pictures? You want a Wacom, no contest. You can go wireless for more $$$s but you can pick up even a used tablet for well under $100 if you go wired. I have a $100 Graphire and any Wacom will serve you far better than any mouse for photo editing. A tablet uses what we call 'absolute positioning' as far as precision image editing with Photoshop and while it does take a bit of getting used to, it will serve you far better than any pointing device.
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Don't get hung up on going for a huge tablet either, the smaller wacom tablets are excellent, I have a little wacom bamboo that I carry around in my bag with my MBP and it's just the job.
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Hmmm.. Good call... Let me see what i can find.

craigslist, ebay, forums..

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How can mice be better for editing?


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