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What mouse do you use on your mac ? ( 1 button ( apple ) , Standart 2 button ) ??


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Hi all , i just have recognized that i can use 2xbuton mouse on my mac , so i got a question . How many people uses an 2x button mouse and how many apple mouse ?
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You know that the Apple mice have been two-button for a while now, right?

Well, except for the laptops, but I never use that thing anyway since single and double-finger tapping are so much quicker.


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2 button? I've got 4 on my Mighty Mouse!
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I mean one general , i got 4 too . I think you know what i mean
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It's kinda funny, but when using my MacBook at the table for long periods of time, I use a two-button Dell opitcal mouse. I had em laying around at work...I'm so cheap, I just couldn't see spending the $$$ on an Apple mouse.
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I dunno i like my mighty mouse
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I use a configured logitech although it is really not comfortable. I wish I would have splurged and got the VX revolution.
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Why don't you buy apple mouses ? they cost is not so hight ?? only 50$
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I bought a bluetook Logitech mouse for my MBP. Works fairly well, although has a small lag at times when it sits idle for a bit.
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im planning on getting the new logitech vx nano mouse for my macbook pro. i like the trackpad for normal use but i need a mouse for certain things like bootcamp gaming

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I'm using this mouse:
http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mo...s.aspx?pid=070

Had it when I used my Gateway laptop. It does good. Looking to purchase a mighty mouse pretty soon hopefully.
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I use the Logitech cordless USB S530 Desktop - keyboard and mouse combination. I love them!

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I also use Logitech cordless USB but instead of a mouse I use trackball, works great on the bed
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1 big annoyance on Apple mighty mouse is that you cannot configure any of the buttons to do a back function in a browser. I've been used to having a back button on my mouse with windows that it just annoys me. How hard is it to add that function anyway.
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Logitech MX Revolution, I love it !
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