3 Best Wireless Mice for Mac

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A comfortable mouse is a key part of the Mac user experience. Mac users don't necessarily need to splash out on an Apple-branded mouse to get a high-quality device for their laptop or desktop computer--although that is certainly one option. The following guide outlines three of the best wireless mice for Mac computers.
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Apple Magic Mouse

Apple Magic Mouse The obvious choice for many Mac users is an Apple Magic Mouse. This beautifully designed mouse displays Apple's usual elegant style. The mouse appears to have no buttons, but different parts of the mouse do in fact recognize left and right clicks, scrolling, and swiping gestures. As one might expect, the Apple Magic Mouse works seamlessly with the Mac's built-in mouse drivers. It also offers greater functionality than some other compatible mice, allowing users to swipe between apps as they might do when using a touchscreen device. Another key benefit for some users is the fact that the mouse is highly symmetrical, which means that it is comfortable for both right and left-handed users.


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Logitech M705 Marathon Mouse

Logitech M705 Marathon Mouse Logitech is a respected manufacturer of wireless mice and other computer accessories. The M705 Marathon Mouse gets its name from its ability to run for up to three years between battery changes. This is a sophisticated mouse, featuring eight buttons, including the usual left and right main buttons, as well as up/down thumb buttons on the side of the mouse and another set of buttons on the top, by the scroll wheel. There is no getting away from the fact that the mouse is designed with right-handed users firmly in mind, which will likely be a problem for most lefties. The Logitech M705 Marathon Mouse relies on a small and inconspicuous USB receiver, which plugs into a USB port on the computer to receive the signals from the wireless mouse. This mouse is a practical option for right-handed Mac users who are looking for a reliable and long-lasting alternative to an Apple-branded mouse.


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Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse

Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse Microsoft and Apple are tech rivals, but that doesn't stop the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse from working well with the Apple Macintosh. The Sculpt Touch is responsive and feels comfortable in your hand - and users can control it with whichever hand they favour, thanks to this mouse's ambidextrous design. The mouse uses Bluetooth technology to communicate with the Mac, so there is no need to take up a port with a USB receiver. Microsoft claims that the AA batteries that power the mouse last up to nine months with typical use, which means that this mouse will require a little more attention than the Logitech M705 Marathon. However, many users favour this mouse's elegant design, which features a touch sensor instead of a physical scroll wheel.


Comparing Wireless Mice for Mac

When deciding which wireless mouse to buy, Mac users need to compare features and decide which are most important for them. One way to compare wireless mice is to visit eBay, which has a large selection of wireless mice for sale.
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