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Mobee Technology Magic Charger - Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212)

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  • Wireless charging technology for your Apple Magic Mouse
  • Ultra slim and portable charger for mobile users or those trying to keep desktop clutter to a minimum
  • Wireless charger eliminates the need to constantly replace batteries in you Magic Mouse by converting it to a rechargeable mouse
  • Base station is USB powered, no external power supply required
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 2.6 x 0.4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004GCPJDQ
  • Item model number: MO2212
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (257 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 25, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Magic Charger from Mobee Technology is the world's first inductive charger dedicated for the Apple Magic Mouse. A magical solution to recharge your Magic Mouse that takes only 1 minute to setup. with the Magic Charger, charging your Magic Mouse will be as simple as placing your mouse on top of the base station. with 6 days of autonomy after a full recharge, you can rest assured your mouse will be charged and ready for use and if you travel for more than a week, the base station is a mere .35 inches thick, making it ideal for mobile users. The Magic Charger is also a greener way to use your Magic Mouse, eliminating the need for batteries. The base charging station is USB powered, simply plug the base station into any USB port on your computer to recharge, no external power supply required.

Product Description

The Magic Charger from Mobee Technology is the world's first inductive charger dedicated for the Apple Magic Mouse. It's a magical solution to recharge your Magic Mouse that takes only 1 minute to setup. Never replace batteries again with Mobee's magical wireless inductive charger--the sleek and unobtrusive design lets your mouse rest easy on a sleek charging station that plugs in to a USB port.

A full charge takes approximately five hours and then lasts and lasts for worry-free pointing and clicking. Have to travel? No worries, because a full charge will last about six days. And if your trip is longer, the slim device is easily portable.

From an aesthetic and design perspective, The Magic Charger will easily take a place on your desk and will definitely become the place where you leave your Magic Mouse when you leave your office.

The Mobee Magic Charger
Simply place your Magic Mouse on the base station to charge
Wireless Charging Technology

Charging your Magic Mouse will be as simple as placing your mouse on top of the base station.

The Mobee Magic Charger
A greener way to power your Magic Mouse
Ultra Slim Design for Mobile Users

The Mobee Magic Charger yields 6 days autonomy after a full recharge. If you travel for more than one week with your Magic Mouse then it's no problem to carry along the compact and portable base station--it's less than half an inch thick.

A Greener Way to Use your Magic Mouse

Stop trashing batteries, and stop disassembling your Magic Mouse to change your batteries. Let the Magic Charger manage everything and help protect the environment at the same time by creating less waste. Best of all, the Magic Charger is made of recyclable materials.

A Cost Effective Solution for Home, Travel, and Office Use

The Magic Charger is cost effective after one year of home usage and six months of office usage. You don't have to be an IT Manager to appreciate the value. Use The Magic Charger for all your iMacs and MacBooks, whether at home, on the go, in offices, universities...

USB Powered

Plug the base station in to any USB port in order to begin the recharge. You don't even need an external power supply.

Simple Installation

Installation only takes 1 minute. Simply open the Magic Mouse and remove the 2 AA batteries. Install the Mobee Battery Pack like you would a normal pair of batteries and clip it. Place the base station on your desktop and plug it through any USB port. Then place the Magic Mouse on top of the base station--it will start charging automatically. The Magic Mouse does not have to be on in order to charge the battery pack.

Replaceable Battery Packs

Mobee Technology Spare Battery Packs for Magic Charger are available. Ideal for homes or offices with multiple users of the Magic Mouse as you can share the base station. Additionally, always have a fully charged pack ready for when you travel. Like The Magic Charger itself, they're made from recyclable materials, making them a green option for your traditional battery requirements. Eliminate the need to constantly replace batteries in your Magic Mouse by converting it to a rechargeable mouse.

What's in the Box

Battery Pack, Charging Base Station, mini-USB cable.

NOTE: Why the battery level displayed in OSX is only 70 to 80% after several hours on the Base Station: The Alkaline batteries originally delivered with the Magic Mouse are 1.5V per cell, meaning 3V for the 2 cells with the use of brand new batteries. The Magic Charger uses NiMH batteries that are 1.2V per cell. When fully charged that's 2.4V which means that OSX will read 70 to 80% only.

Technical Specifications

  • Base Station Size: 4.64 in x 2.55 in x 0.35 in (118 mm x 65 mm x 9 mm)
  • Base Station Weight: 1.94 oz / 55 g
  • Replacement Battery Weight: 1.30 oz / 37 g
  • Autonomy: 6 days
  • Full Charge Time: 6 hours
  • Power Consumption on USB: 270 mA Max.
  • Battery Life: 500 Cycles
  • Cable Length: 43.3 in / 110 cm

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The batteries never charged (sat on the charger for two days straight).
Emily
The only way I can get the batteries to charge is to remove the battery pack from the mouse and place it directly on the charger.
Phillip Dacus
Sent a "contact us" email to the company and submitted a "support ticket."
Michael Singer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Benz on December 18, 2011
[Note: I'm re-posting this to help others that are having some issues getting this to work]

"Setting the record straight for those that has had bad experiences"

Written by SG from CALGARY
Dec 9, 2011

Some past reviews complained of:
1. Charger not working properly
2. Battery remaining indicator doesn't report properly in OSX
3. Battery fit and finish is awful and inconsistent
4. Charger base dies an early life
5. Battery falls out
6. Mouse bluetooth connectivity randomly fails

Of these 6 major complains I can say this:
1. Charger MUST not be placed on the aluminum base of the iMac or a metallic surface. The system works by using inductive charging. Metallic surfaces will completely render the charger useless. Place it on a wood desk and it will charge the battery fine.
2. Normal alkaline/lithium AA batteries operate at 1.5 volts/battery. NiMH and Ni-Cad rechargeables are designed to work at 1.2 volts / battery. This 0.3 volts difference in the cells explains why the battery % indicator in OSX doesn't report 100% charge b/c of this voltage difference. Apple SHOULD allow users of OSX to select the type of battery that is installed in their input devices so that the battery % indicator is more representative of what is the actual life instead of basing on the assumption that battery cell voltage is always 1.5 volts / battery when in a 100% state.
3. Battery fit and finish in fact is excellent on the unit I purchased. The key is to pay close attention to the install. Place the upper portion of the battery into the mouse first and tip the battery into the mouse and engage the locking tab. Press firmly down on the battery further until you can manually move the locking tab into the fully engaged position.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Anabolism on July 1, 2012
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*** ORIGINAL UNIT ***

I read the mixed reviews before purchasing, convinced that the complaints were the result of improper installation, and confident that I, an engineer, could follow directions and install it correctly. However, no matter what I did I couldn't get the mouse to power on.

I unpacked the components, plugged the base into my computer, placed the battery pack on the base and let it fully charge. I then installed the battery pack, being very careful to make sure it was snug and the locking tab fully engaged. No joy. The pack is so snug I had to pry it out with a tiny screwdriver (scraping the mouse). I've repeatedly removed and re-inserted the battery pack but am unable to get it to work. What a frustrating day!

*** REPLACEMENT UNIT ***

After finally giving up with my original unit, I concluded the unit must be defective and requested an exchange from Amazon. When the new unit arrived, I unpacked it, plugged the charger base into my computer, placed the batter pack on the charger, and waited for the light to stop blinking (I did this before going to bed, and in the morning it was fully charged). This unit slid right in to the mouse, no muss, no fuss, no screaming in frustration. So far, it works perfectly.

Conclusion: perhaps due to manufacturing issues (pure conjecture on my part), it seems that some units are defective and don't fit into the mouse properly and/or won't provide power to the mouse, while other units are fine.

*** UPDATE AFTER TWO MONTHS ***

The unit stopped working after two months. This has been extremely frustrating. I really wanted this product to work, and have spent a lot of time and effort on it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ragnar Danneskjöld VINE VOICE on April 24, 2011
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I love this charger, I inserted the battery and rested it on the charger. Been doing this since I had it with off and on charging. It also gives my mouse a home. (Love to see one for the magic trackpad which eats batteries!)

The only negative is that the battery pack is like the bottom plate with "batteries" attached, and it's sometimes a poor fit getting it on and off. Once in a while it tries to pop off, so I think the design team should look closely at their manufacturing tolerances, especially with respect to the plastic clip which holds the cover on.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By G. Mathew Lombard III on April 1, 2011
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I have had this item for 4 days now. I cannot get it to work. I have contacted the manufacturer (NOT the seller). When I first received the item, I placed the rechargeable battery in my Magic Mouse and placed the Magic Mouse on the charging bed. 25+ hours later it was still charging. According to manufacturer, it should take no more than 5 hours to fully charge. When I contacted the manufacturer, I was told to remove the battery pack from the mouse and try charging that alone. It charged. However, when I replace the battery pack in the mouse, the mouse does not turn on.

I seems to me there is a design flaw in the battery pack/cover that prevents proper contact with the appropriate contacts heads. I am still trying to work this out with the manufacturer. So far, very disappointing. Will update when a final resolution is achieved.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Parallax on June 4, 2011
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As others have mentioned, concept is great...and generally works well when the battery pack is held in, however my unit came with a battery pack that did not properly fit the mouse. I've read other reviews that had this problem as well on other sites. With enough jigging, you could get it in so that the bluetooth connection worked, but at no point did it fit properly and would often pop out or create an annoying situation while utilizing the mouse as the bottom would be popped out a bit. Perhaps my unit was an outlier as opposed to a universal design defect...but the cheap plastic molding/cut ruined the product and left me in frustration after 2 weeks of trying to make it work; I've opted to return (and I never return products). Might try again to see if my unit just had a bad mold cut...but also noticed that 2 double AA batteries so far remain at 100% after a week of use. Perhaps a rechargeable battery pack isn't all that necessary.
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