Apple wireless magic mouse £41.25 with code @ BestBuy Online
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Apple wireless magic mouse £41.25 with code @ BestBuy Online

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Found 28th Nov 2011
Use code BBY to get a discount of £13.75 ... not bad and please be kind my first ever post

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Nice find although need to add £3.99 delivery as no collect at store

Original Poster

Oh yes including delivery but it still is cheaper than normal

also works on the magic trackpad making it £48

Got 5 of them in stock instore in Aintree store at the same price.

Sorry but what's so magical about this mouse?

It just seems expensive to me

Great mouse, using it now with my MBP. The touch gestures are great on the mouse which helps speeds things up when using OS X

no1john

Sorry but what's so magical about this mouse?It just seems expensive to … Sorry but what's so magical about this mouse?It just seems expensive to me



Exactly mate. Typical overpriced Apple crap. So this makes it slightly less overpriced. So what!?

rufus bezak

Exactly mate. Typical overpriced Apple crap. So this makes it slightly … Exactly mate. Typical overpriced Apple crap. So this makes it slightly less overpriced. So what!?



And a typical anti-Apple comment. Yes it's more expensive than your typical computer mouse but this works seamlessly with Macs and has exceptional build quality. It is also incredibly ergonomic and is a pleasure to use.

Out of STock!

Massively cold

People that don't know how mouse works please keep your opinions to yourselves. Heat good price and great product

Great price.

Apple products are magical.

Nice.
Shame I already have 4 at home for all my 'puters...

how mouse works?

Am a big Apple fan but their range of mice has never appealed to me. Would not have voted but feel I must balance the anti Mac brigade a little and give some heat.

I don't see how the Apple mice are overpriced when plain old Razer mice are easily £50+

Banned

Out of Stock I'm afraid

I have used this mouse everyday for about a year, it is a superb mouse, however I'm not sure how ergonomic it actually is, it's certainly curved but it doesn't fit my hand as I wish it did. Any better alternatives that allow multitouch?!?

How much extra do you have to pay for right click?

no1john

Sorry but what's so magical about this mouse?It just seems expensive to … Sorry but what's so magical about this mouse?It just seems expensive to me



With the magic mouse the whole top of the mouse works as a touch area. This means you can do things like slide one finger around to scroll but slide with two fingers to switch between applications.

rufus bezak

Exactly mate. Typical overpriced Apple crap. So this makes it slightly … Exactly mate. Typical overpriced Apple crap. So this makes it slightly less overpriced. So what!?


You mad?

Anybody ever used one? They are ****.

Roddie

How much extra do you have to pay for right click?


Modern misconception: Apple mice don't right click.

Don't forget 3% quidco as well!

"Cause i'm creative"

You can get it for £43.99 inc P+P off Ebay from a TRS hardly a bargain.
Edited by: "newbie1001" 29th Nov 2011

Stupid money for a simple device. You have to hand it to apple for being able to manipulate the gullible. Hats off to them.

BeerGoggles

Stupid money for a simple device. You have to hand it to apple for being … Stupid money for a simple device. You have to hand it to apple for being able to manipulate the gullible. Hats off to them.



It's not a simple device. Show me another mouse that has the same capabilities as this for a price even close to this. You probably don't even know what the capabilities are...

Poor battery life, not easy to use either. Cold. Gets mixed reviews.

Marbler

Modern misconception: Apple mice don't right click.




Roddie
How much extra do you have to pay for right click?

Modern misconception: Apple mice don't right click.

I just right clicked on my magic mouse to copy this quote, scrolled down the page using the multitouch top and then right clicked again to paste it is this box.So I can confirm that it is a misconception.

One thing to bear in mind about this mouse is that it is RUBBISH at Adobe lightroom. You'll be editing a photo one minute, accidentally swipe your finger a tiny amount on the top of the mouse and you will be looking at another photo 20 further along in the sequence. As far as I can tell there is no way to disable the scrolling in Lightroom so you would have to disable it system wide (defeating the point of the mouse). I would probably get the trackpad before I bought the mouse if I had a choice. The mouse can only do 2 finger multitouch (not pinch to zoom either) whereas the trackpad can use all of the fancy gestures that have been implemented in OSX lion.

I had one, but gave it away. Utter rubbish. Using a cheapo Microsoft mouse instead, which has an amazing "right-click" button. This really is for people with too much cash and not enough sense.

chrisbbacon

It's not a simple device. Show me another mouse that has the same … It's not a simple device. Show me another mouse that has the same capabilities as this for a price even close to this. You probably don't even know what the capabilities are...



How come I can't find any information about laser DPI? Simple, because apple fans would buy anything that's thrown at them, so they don't need the raw numbers.

BeerGoggles

Stupid money for a simple device. You have to hand it to apple for being … Stupid money for a simple device. You have to hand it to apple for being able to manipulate the gullible. Hats off to them.


As opposed to Microsoft who just copy everything Apple do...

microsoft.com/har…te/ Price? £50.

I notice you and all the rest of the trolls with nothing better to do than moan on deals you've no interest in have failed to mention a single alternative device which does the same thing at a cheaper price (kinda the aim of this site remember). If you can, then do so, please, enlighten us all, otherwise please just stop with the childish trolling, its SOOO boring and pointless.

Ruscoe21

Poor battery life, not easy to use either. Cold. Gets mixed reviews.



Battery lasts at least a month despite using it every day and it is very easy to use. It has its flaws but they are not the ones you quoted, from my experience.

Marbler

Modern misconception: Apple mice don't right click.


All the Macs I've been using must've been broken then as I always have to hold a key to get a right click.

People who comment on Apple products without any knowledge of them are complete idiots. This site is full of people typing slagging off anything Apple while they're typing away on their Dell laptop or Samsung notebook. People need to realise that just because they can't afford something doesn't mean it is crap and overpriced. I prefer the trackpad to this but it is a good deal.
Written from my Macbook Pro which most of the people who reply negatively to this post probably can't afford.

okay it is a pretty bad mouse imo, ive been using one every day for the past month

which is why ive bought a magic trackpad

its not ergonomic at all, becomes uncomfortable after a while

but the features of it are pretty neat with the scrolling etc, and you can get applications to further extend its capabilities with different multitouch gestures

also the batteries die in a month which is bad compared to my old logitech mouse

the magic trackpad is awesome though, ill still keep the mouse if i ever need to do some photoshop work or something

BUT: as i found when buying my magic trackpad there are NO discounted apple products anywhere! so anything off the usual price is a good deal imo


Edited by: "yus786" 29th Nov 2011

Roddie

All the Macs I've been using must've been broken then as I always have to … All the Macs I've been using must've been broken then as I always have to hold a key to get a right click.


You have to change the settings.

system pre

rosswallace1

You have to change the settings.



system preferences - mouse - point and click - secondary mouse click - click on right side. Took me less than 1 minute to find that despite never using a mac before.

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