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OhmLab says

Yep, tablet and mouse here too ;) The Magic Mouse is really sweet if you use one of the many plug-in apps for it. They add preferences to customize the experience. It is capable of so much more than what it can do right out of the box. As with any Apple product, I guess.

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VF says

I kept magic mouse on shelf because of battery weight. 2 AA batteries adds much weight comparing a standard mouse. Also feeling mouse movement speed on vertical axis being slower than horizontal while a standard mouse doesn’t have this problem.

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ryanalvarado says

I quite enjoy my magic mouse. I purchased the magic mouse as a travel mouse for my 3 month journey to Italy. I went from a Logitech MX Revolution ($100 mouse) to the magic mouse and was disappointed at first. It takes a little while for your hand to get used to it. I love the fact that it’s so programmable (with the free app BetterTouchTool). Honestly, I don’t use four finger swipes on this little mouse, but it’s nice to know that I can :).

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

My dad recently bought one (on black friday, so with a discount ;) ). I can’t work with it comfortably just yet, but he says it’s just a matter of getting used to it.. Perhaps he’s right, but for now I prefer my MacBook’s trackpad :)

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flashedge says

I’m using this one for over 4 years.

Never had a problem, always perfect. Rechargeable batteries, lightweight, precise. I can’t find a better mouse yet. :)

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DaniMun says

I’m using this wireless sweetie for more than 1 year and totally loving it!!! (Kensington Ci65m) \\

PROs:
  • awesome precision, to me it feels like a 5000+ DPI
  • totally insane batteries life – using two AA Energizer Ultra+ since I bought the mouse (November 2009) and still working like a charm, switched on daily – 6-8 hours a day
  • superb handling, the hexagonal-patterned, soft rubber feels great against the hand
  • very inexpensive for its value, less than $30.00
CONs:
  • a bit bulky with the adapter attached to its belly
  • a bit heavy at first, but I got used to its weight very quickly

My conclusion: the Ci65m mouse is a great tool for its price. I’d give it a whirl if I was you :D but of course preferences definitely depend on what you need the mouse for :)

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Pandebus says

I use exactly the same setup as Dzinc :)

and really, the magic mouse is… well, magical :) for everything except google maps the navigation becomes so much better, it really feels awesome to be able to scroll through a zoomed in picture by moving your finger (PS and Ai)

I also love that it’s so slim. when I watch a movie I often rest my hand on it, that just fits :) also, I agree with Dzinc, try it out yourself, because everybody has a different experience when it comes to things like this.

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cazoobi says

They are awesome I use one along with the new track pad, track pad for left hand mouse for right, the mouse is good for scrolling etc the track pad is a must for multitasking. It’s awesome with exspose as it supports all macbookpro finger gestures.

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BroOf says

Using a Logitech G5 and I am super happy :) A friend of mine has the Magic Mouse but it feels strange to use it. But it’s just my opinion. Why not going into an Apple store and try the Magic Mouse?

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mpc Volunteer moderator says

I am using the magic mouse for almost a year and it’s ok, not awesome but okey ;) I like the preview/next gestures :)

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