Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse £39.95(after code) + Collect from Store @ Comet (£47.00 full price, RRP £48.00) - HotUKDeals
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Manufacturer's Description
Now you can get the world-famous Mighty Mouse without the tail. With its Bluetooth technology, the wireless Mighty Mouse gives you complete freedom of movement with no cable clutter. It features the popular Scroll Ball that lets you move anywhere inside a document, without lifting a finger. And its laser tracking technology allows it to work on more surfaces with greater precision.

Technical Details
Product Description: Apple Mighty Mouse Wireless - mouse
Device Type: Mouse
Connectivity Technology: Wireless - Bluetooth
Movement Detection Technology: Laser
Buttons Qty: 4
Features: Programmable buttons, TouchSense technology, scrolling ball, force-sensing side buttons
Battery: 2 x AA type
OS Required: Apple MacOS X 10.4.8 or later
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looks nice, be interested for my hackintosh, but not for that price.

I knew I should check it with Apple store :oops: I took the price from Play :)
decent price but I got very annoyed with mine so I don't use it any more.
A tenner of killingly expensive (it's only a mouse, guys) is still utterly ridiculous - cold.
I had one of these with the matching keyboard for while and they were terrible; looked nice but I replaced them with a £15 wireless Logitech Keyboard & Mouse and they're so much nicer to use!
good price, bad mouse, I have one for my mac, looks the part, horrible to use
I went to a lot of trouble to find one of these cheap but it wasn't worth the effort. Half the time the scroll ball doesn't work. Should have gone for a Logitech or even MS BT mouse. Mind you I hate Macs anyhow...
I presume it's going cold because of user experience not the price?
There are much better mice out there for similair prices.

No recharge station

Roller button gets clogged and needs cleaning every five seconds.

never really used an Apple Mouse with any of my machines (main reason only 1 button up untill 3 years ago!) always had a Logitech.

Don't get me wrong they look good and have 4 buttons etc bluetooth work with PC or Mac but very overpriced.
I presume it's going cold because of user experience not the price?

It's a combination of both, nobody wants to pay this much for a mouse that feels like it cost £10 and has the reliability of one costing £2.
I'm a long time Mac user - love the OS and the hardware works well for me BUT I've had the wired version of this and I'd agree that Apple's Mighty Mouse is not particularly good (assuming of course that the only difference between the two is 'the wire'). I got a Logitech wireless mouse from Tesco for £14 and I've found it way better to use than the Apple. Not voted either way because for this particular item it is a good price but in terms of how this performed for me I wouldn't recommend it.
:w00t:Wow wee this must be the cutting edge of technology. :w00t:
A wireless mouse what will they think of next?
:w00t:Wow wee this must be the cutting edge of technology. :w00t:
A wireless mouse what will they think of next?

WoW thats quite late in an Apple Thread for an infantile comment :thumbsup:
I've had 3 of these...

I will never buy one ever again!!
It's shiny and it has an Apple logo on it! I'll pay anything they ask. Just let me have one! Hold me back! :roll:
Had to vote hot since it's the cheapest price but would not recommend spending your hard earned cash on this. Apple make great computers but their peripherals such as mice and keyboards have always been terrible.
I presume it's going cold because of user experience not the price?

:thinking: Although a decent discount on the specific product, I think it's a case of it being a really high price for a terrible mouse, even if that price is low compared to the ridiculously high RRP...
fail, of epic proportions

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