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Apple Wireless Mouse - Souris - optique - 1 bouton(s) - sans fil - Bluetooth
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I also have problems with the Mac not pairing with the mouse when I turn it off, then turn it back on. This is a common problem, and the recommended solution is to update to the latest Bluetooth firmware. However, I am already using the latest version of the firmware (I installed it before I installed the mouse, per the instructions), and I'm still having the problem with pairing after power on.
The mouse is beautiful and very comfortable to work with when it's paired and is being used on a surface that it likes. However, its aesthetics and ergonomics are not enough for me to continue using this device, and I can't recommend it to anyone else, either. I suggest visiting Macworld to read their reviews of other wireless mice to consider one of those instead. (I'm also told, btw, that the non-rechargeable batteries for this mouse don't last long, but I can't speak to that since I don't plan to keep this mouse long enough to find out about battery life.)
I installed the 1.5V Lithium batteries that came with it. A note about using AA rechargables. Most all AA rechargables are 1.25V, not 1.5V, so you are starting off with 17% less power if you use rechargables, which will reduce your range. The Energizer Lithium batteries that is comes with are probably the best AA batteries that you can buy. (about $5 for 2)
This mouse is about 20% heavier than the Apple Pro mice (white or clear). It weights slightly less than my 15G iPod. If you don't have to lift the mouse up and down, you can easily get used to the extra weight. I've been using Apple mice since 1984, and the early ones were like heavy bars of soap, so this is light in comparism. The click tension is also adjustable inside, which is now missing from the White Apple Pro USB Mouse.
This mouse appears larger to the eye, because it is solid white, not clear or white/clear. In fact, it's identical in shape and size as the Apple Pro Mouse.
Tracking seems identical to the Apple Pro Mouse. I would recommend that you use a solid colored mouse pad with any optical mouse. Sharp contrasting colors can make them skip (orange to black for example).
If you still think a corded mouse is the best option, the new White Apple Pro mouse has a 6" longer cord, which will reach the left side of an iBook better than the clear corded mouse, which is a bit too short. Using a wireless mouse does free up 1 USB port, if that matters to you.
It does take a few seconds to find it once you turn it on.
I give it 4 stars due to the additional weight and startup delay.
Beings that there are so few choices on the market for Bluetooth mice, there really was only one possible contender - Apple's.
Set up could not be easier. Just go to the Bluetooth prefs and tell it you have a mouse. That's it.
The mouse feels great! No problems at all with weight - they even have a mouse tension switch to adjust the click force. It's a very simple design and apple pulls it off very well.
It is really nice that Apple included a power switch on this thing. You wanna use it when you toss it in the laptop bag. They have also kindly designed the mouse to use regular AA batteries in case you are out somewhere and the batteries die on you. Just pop in some new ones.
My only real gripe is this: Apple needs to get a multi-button mouse. It ain't that hard, and their OS supports it, so why keep making one button mice?