I share my experience with my first Magic Mouse 2 after 3 weeks using it:
#1 Internal battery so there is no need to change it
#2 Cable is provided to charge the mouse
#3 Gestures are supported on this mouse so once you master them there is no need to use the Macbook's trackpad, a productivity boost once all the gestures are learned
#4 Is very portable
#1 $76 for a mouse? Yes, it is really expensive and I bought it to experience it. Will recommend buying it? Probably only if you want to spend a lot of money
#2 Precision: mouse's DPI is 1300, really sucks here as most current mouses have more than 10.000 and can be dynamically set. Also if you need to work with several monitors, this means you need to move your hand a lot to have the cursor moved.
#3 Bluetooth connection lost is constant on the Macbook... For a $76 device !!! ... This kind of issues are expected only on cheap devices.
#4 Ergonomics: this is a mouse you won't want to hold for several hours. I'm a software developer so I'm face to face with a computer at least 8h per day and trust me, I keep switching to the trackpad constantly because of this mouse.
Hope you find this short review useful, I'll love to see a more decent version of this device in the future as it's ok if we were in 2012, but for 2018 it is lacking.
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 2.9 x 1.4 inches; 7.2 Ounces|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Item model number||MLA02LL/A|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||November 1, 2018|