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    Durtyrice
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    Your Bluetooth mouse
    Just in the market for a bluetooth mouse that works well. One that will work in OSX (of course) and in Windows XP (via bootcamp). I have a macbook pro if that matters. I see many get the Logitech v270, but I believe thats just because it matches so well. Or is it because its the best mechanically and economically? Please post any experience you have with a bluetooth device on your mac.

    I do enjoy having extra buttons as well, does anyone know/have a 5 button mouse that works?

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    I have a Logitech V270 Bluetooth mouse. It is small, works under both operating systems, and not very expensive.

    It does get disconnected for a second or two every once in a while, but it is a minor inconvenience. I still like it.

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    Durtyrice
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    Is there a full sized mouse that works as well?

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    I have that same Logitech V270 Bluetooth mouse. It works great. It's not all that small but not large like some Logitechs I have used. Every once in a blue moon like eddiddiums said, the connection has dropped for maybe 1 second, but that is very rare. Am very happy with it. I have not used any other Bluetooth mouse but this Logitech.

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    Durtyrice
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    That makes sense I suppose. My current pc has a wireless keyboard and mouse (not bluetooth) and it drops a connection alot. . .you have to find the perfect spot in the room to get a signal. My friend has the same set though and his works fine. . . i suppose there is just something wrong with my receiver. But I really feel that I've been spoiled with my 5 buttons. It will be hard to go to 3 and even harder to go to 1

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    There is a larger and a lot more expensive Logitech Bluetooth with probably 5 buttons but I have never tried it and it's around $90.

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    Durtyrice
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    What about this one BT600 from RadTech
    http://www.radtech.us/Products/BT600.aspx
    Not sure, about the company or mouse. Anyone else know about them.

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    I know the BT500 is supposed to be fairly decent...

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    How are the Logitech, I have never tried one, I may buy one though. Apple mouse looks cool but it doesnt have multiple butons.

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    I am and always have been a big fan of Logitech mice.

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    Your Bluetooth mouse
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    I am normally a fan of Logitech mice, but the larger bluetooth logitech is supposed to have some issues (takes some time to re-connect, no on/off switch).

    Currently I'm sticking with my Logitech iFeel Mouseman: best mouse I've ever used!

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    Your Bluetooth mouse
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aptmunich
    I am normally a fan of Logitech mice, but the larger bluetooth logitech is supposed to have some issues (takes some time to re-connect, no on/off switch).

    Currently I'm sticking with my Logitech iFeel Mouseman: best mouse I've ever used!
    Thanks for the info!

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