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Great mouse for a Mac,
This review is from: Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 - Slate (Personal Computers)
One of the only downfalls of Macs, in my opinion, is that they only come with one-button mice. However, contrary to popular belief Macs DO support right-click, a very handy tool, I'm sure we all agree. All you need is a two button mouse that hooks up through USB and there you are.
This mouse is especially great because of its portability. Obviously, being wireless helps in that regard, but the really neat thing about it is its snap-in reciever, which is about the size of a nail clipper, used to hook it up to the computer. This means that you don't have to fool around with a giant reciever when carrying your laptop around. In fact, there's not even any need to take it out. It doesn't add any extra weight.
The quality of the mouse is top of the line. It's small, and feels very comfortable in your hand. It even has grooves in it for your fingers!! I've never had any problems with freezing, loss of signal, etc., and the battery life seems very good.
I highly reccomend this mouse for MacBook users like myself.
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Initial post: Dec 24, 2010 10:26:06 AM PST
P. Friedman says:
I was wondering if this mouse allows you to "escape" or if you need a keyboard to perform that function. I watch netflix and would like to be able to escape the full screen mode from time to time. I use a Macbook.
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