Looks good, but not ergonomical. Strips at the bottom of the mouse wear out and scratch way too fast.
Average. Biggest problem would be the strips at the bottom of the mouse wear out and scratch so fast. Charging method is ridiculous (positioned underneath the mouse and can’t be used whilst charging). Battery life is good as it only requires charging every few months roughly. It looks sleek and has a nice design. Overall verdict - Way too expensive for what it is.
Clever idea, stupid design
I was so excited to upgrade from my Magic Mouse 1 to the cordless Magic Mouse 2. MM1 suffers from disconnection issues, and goes through batteries at a ridiculous rate. MM2 however, is reliable and rechargeable which is perfect. It comes with a USB lightning charging cable, which i can use for my iPhone too. However, the charging port is on the bottom of the mouse. Why ?? Not only do you have to turn the mouse upside down, you also can't use it while it's charging. So if you run out of battery mid-work, tough luck you need to have a back up mo...use. The second problem with MM2 is that it feels cheap and plasticky. This is a $119 mouse we are talking about. Clicking is hard and loud, and after a few hours of use, my wrist and forearm become painful. I switch to MM1 and can immediately feel the difference. MM1 is so smooth, and clicking is quiet and effortless. Apple needs to come up with a better design that combines the comfort of MM1 with the reliability and recharge ability of MM2, and then put the charging port at the top end of the mouse, so you can plug it in and continue to use it without interrupting your work.
I wish I only knew
Bought two new iMac's for the home, with bluetooth keyboard and mouse at end of 2015.
Never mind the iMac reminds me of the early 80's when the PC operating system was DOS... any slower and it would go backwards! Keyboard, thanks heaven, it works just fine. Ah, but the mouse... the mouse is literally a useless heap of crap!!!!!
It chews through batteries as if there was no tomorrow... but not any good old AA battery... in order to work appropriately it demands just the battery it wants... any other and even when new it just keeps "disconnecti...
Can't use it when charging
Being an Apple product (i guess it's expected) that this is expensive for a mouse - $129. I think you can buy a decent Logitech set (keyboard + mouse) for this money but that's now in hindsight. On the technical side I do like the touch pad functionality otherwise it just like any other wireless mouse, the shape for the hand is fine but nothing amazing. Didn't have any issues connecting it to the computer and the lightning cables are good if you also have an iPhone to charge.
Now there is a strange design flaw with this mouse, you can't use i...
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