The magic of Apple is in the mouse
This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 8, 2011.
I’ve decided that it’s about time to get a new mouse. My old mouse has wires coming out from all ends, so I think I’ve deserved it. I checked around the internet for a few “mice” to see if I saw anything I liked. I did see a few that was kind of so-so. My eyes then came across the Apple Magic Mouse and I knew that my search was over.
Looking through the features of the Apple Magic Mouse, I must say I was quite impressed.
Features of the Apple Magic Mouse
- Bluetooth access of up to 33feet
- Battery conserver
- Muli-Touch features ( swiping, sliding, circular movements…etc)
- Sleek, new design at 0.75 inches tall
The Magic Mouse works best with Macs, although it can be used on PCs. If you buy this mouse for your PC you won’t be able to use the multi-touch features, then you would have wasted money on buying something you really cannot use. Apple really knows how to inspire its Mac users!
Selling at a price of $69.00, it’s totally worth it. The shape of the Magic Mouse is quite new unique, and standing at just 0.75 inches tall, it is a sight to behold. The appearance of the mouse is a slab white polycarbonate, which is slightly arched so it does not fit in the palm of your hand like the other “mice” that you have ever held.
Being just one huge clickable button, it is quite easy to use the multi-touch features that this mouse has to offer. For those of you who have an iPhone or iPod the mutli-tasking would be easy for you. For those of you who haven’t it would be a fun new experience for you. It does not matter whether or not your right handed or left handed, the Magic Mouse is ambidextrous.
Oh, how I can’t wait to get my hands on my Apple Magic Mouse, it would definitely change my perception on what a mouse should and should not do.