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    ldj
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    Bluetooth Mouse
    Hi,
    I wanted to know if anyone here recommends this mouse? I heard that it is quite slow and sometimes blocks due to bad bluetooth connection. Is this true? Should i get the wireless mouse or just go for the normal one.
    Btw, im using a Powerbook g4

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    blue tooth eat up your battery other than that it's dam cool.
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  3. #3
    ldj
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    Ok, it doesnt matter for the battery as i will be using it only on places where i can set up my G4. I guess ill get this mouse. thnx

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    Icarus
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    well - there is a bluetooth mouse that I'm waiting for to come out - http://www.macmice.com/themousebt.html That looks spiffy.

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    iSheep
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    I've got the Apple Wireless Mouse and it's amazingly cool - it just looks it and feels it. I can get it to work from other rooms in my house (not sure why that's useful).

    Connection is great, very responsive, works well with the OS. Best of all, unlike many mice, it has an off swtich that also covers up the eye.

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    Icarus
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    I was thinking about the apple bloothooth mouse, but I have this thing against one button...? I also 'need' a scroll-wheel. So until Apple begins making mice with two buttons - I'll never buy one from them.

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    ldj
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    I heard that theres a dealay between the reaction time when clicking something, is this true, if it is how bad is it?

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    iSheep
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldj
    I heard that theres a dealay between the reaction time when clicking something, is this true, if it is how bad is it?
    Well, officaly there is, but it's about 0.0000000001 of a second. If I stuck a wire on it and told you it was a wired mouse you would believe me.

  9. #9
    ldj
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    Ok cos the reviews said there was a delay and i just wanted to know how bad it was, i guess if u can really see a difference then i will go with the bluetooth mouse. Thanks

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    iSheep
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    I named it Bill, and my keyboard's called Ben.

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    Icarus
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    Quote Originally Posted by iSheep
    I named it Bill, and my keyboard's called Ben.
    ...you named your mouse and keyboard?





    that's awesome.

  12. #12
    tajjster
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    I called my bluetooth mouse 'capsule', because it looks like one. And the computer's 'sleeka' because it's just so.. sleek (shiny new powerbook )

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    iSheep
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icarus
    ...you named your mouse and keyboard?





    that's awesome.
    That's what I thought. Here's the evidence
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