The previous generation of Apple's wireless mouse was very good, but I always felt the little trackball thingy on top wasn't quite right. After using the Magic Mouse for a few weeks, I began to think it couldn't be any easier than to scroll down a page by simply moving your finger on the stationary mouse. Really really good, and very happy with it.
Battery life has been okay, with normal office type work (all day, 5-6 days per week) I had to replace the batteries after about 8 weeks.
My Magic Mouse is my magic wand that has me zooming, scrolling, and clicking incessantly. It fits perfectly in the palm of my hand. I feel like such a professional, gliding my finders over the smooth surface of the shiny white plastic. It makes browsing the internet a breeze. This mouse is the definition of mac sexy. It is such to impress anyone gawking at your deskspace. I wish it came in chrome though, I’m a sucker for matchy matchy (says the girl … more
Gave up my Logitech MX for the new Apple mouse after the Logitech starting randomly double-clicking everything. The Magic Mouse's form factor is quite different than the large MX, but it's been easy to adapt. The only thing that I'm still undecided on is the scrolling. Tactically, it's fine. You can scroll with either finger, even when the other is resting on the mouse. That's nice, but it's also what leads to some occasional scrolling when you didn't intend to. Tracking is good, but different … more