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Hi everyone, I'm new to these forums having bought my first mac (an imac) a couple of weeks ago. Its amazing! I was just wondering, do Apple make their own mousemat for optical mice, as I can't find any on the apple store online. Does anyone know?

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I haven't seen one before, but I am sure that one must be made somewhere. I would buy one too...

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Have never seen an Apple mouse mat but every other shape and description lol!

Have you ever tried a mouse mat with the gel wrist rest? They are superb at preventing RSI.
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Have never seen an Apple mouse mat but every other shape and description lol!

Have you ever tried a mouse mat with the gel wrist rest? They are superb at preventing RSI.
Yep got one

But I don't have an Apple mouse mat
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Mouse mat? Never heard it called that before.

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Apple used to give free mousepads to people who turned in their warranty cards, but they haven't done this since they moved to optical mice. Optical mice generally don't need mousepads.
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they are a couple here
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Well I found an apple mouse mat BUT its not Apple branded
Here is the link
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?...ModuleNo=97246


I'm not sure but it LOOKS like an Apple branded mouse mat
have a little look
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ECLIPSE-THE-AP...QQcmdZViewItem
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EXCELLENT! There are some very nice Apple branded mouse pads there. Lots of other clever Apple branded stuff too - coffee mugs, shirts, hats... What a great site. Thanks for posting this.

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Mouse mat? Never heard it called that before.
A case of two nations divided by a common language. In the UK they are mouse mats. No sign of any mouse pads over here - Apple branded or not.

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Cool. I just ordered one of the round "mats" with the blue logo.

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Mouse mat? Never heard it called that before.
its a british thing i think
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You mean like this one?

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Hey thanks everyone for your replies here. And Sawday it's nice to see someone else from York on here!



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