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organicbee
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who has one? how is it? is it worth it? I have a trackball and its starting to drive me crazy Im not sure how it still works its like 8 years old

ps other mouse suggestions welcome just wireless :)

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who has one? how is it? is it worth it? I have a trackball and its starting to drive me crazy Im not sure how it still works its like 8 years old ps other mouse suggestions welcome just wireless :)

Sucks. Get something with a tone of DPI , you need something very sensitive for precision. Once you get one with 2000DPI + ... your gonna love it :)

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CreatingDrew
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I have one and love it, use it everyday for work. Opinions may vary ;)

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organicbee
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I have one and love it, use it everyday for work. Opinions may vary ;)

I assumed they would :) , I would also like to mention I do have a Wacom that I use for graphics(not alot of web stuff)

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I have no complaints about the magic mouse. For greater precision, I just use a tablet. In the end, it’s all about what “you” need to use it for and what feels most comfortable in terms of providing greater productivity.

My advice is, always try it before you buy it, regardless of what anyone says. Good luck.

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Orbital_Themes
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I’d go for something from Razer just because I hate how mouse accelerates on Macs (I’m talking about the feature that when you move slowly your cursor will travel less pixels than it would when moving fast). I heard that Razer mouses have some drivers that override that default mouse behavior. Razer mouses are really great not only for gaming, they are extremely sensitive and precise.

Just a side note: I love the above feature when working on a trackpad :D

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dan_djorgi
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I have no complaints about the magic mouse. For greater precision, I just use a tablet.

Same here, combo of tablet and mouse. I prefer the mighty mouse actually, the magic mouse feels a little heavy.

In the end, it’s all about what “you” need to use it for and what feels most comfortable in terms of providing greater productivity. My advice is, always try it before you buy it, regardless of what anyone says. Good luck.

Thats true Dzinc!

Cheers, Dan

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3alisha
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Seriously… Get a standard microsoft (original) mouse… The black one, steady, precise, durable, sleek, cheaper than the magic mice

I use one for 3 years now… Works like a charm :bigsmile:

Cheers !

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tanpopo
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works great to me but i agree with dan_djorgi, too heavy :notfunny:

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I also found the Magic too heavy, so Mighty it is for me!

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