If you're a Mac user, then the Apple Magic Mouse is one of the best options for a Bluetooth mouse. The motion gestures are intuitive and effective. While it can work on a Windows computer, the motion gestures don't work. The biggest downside is the surface accuracy, which was below average on every surface in our tests and even failed to work on glass.
In our surface tests, which tested the cursor response accuracy on six common surface types, the Apple Magic Mouse scored 80 percent on laminate, wood, denim and carpet. Even though this is slightly below average, the consistency is worth noting. However, it dipped to 70 percent on a marble surface and completely failed on a glass surface. While these scores aren't comparable to those of the best Bluetooth mouse, it's still impressive when you consider that the Apple Magic Mouse has been around for years with no changes to the technology.
Apple made the Magic Mouse specifically for Macintosh computers. So chances are, if you own an iMac, Mac Pro or MacBook, you're already using the Apple Magic Mouse. There's no reason not to use one. The motion gestures are seamlessly incorporated into the Mac interface. However, the overall performance falls well behind the best available.
Completely new in design, this Apple Magic Mouse 2 is lightweight and completely rechargeable. With fewer moving parts thanks to a built-in battery and a continuous bottom shell, it will be easier to track and move with less resistance across your desk. A multi-touch surface will allow you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents with ease. The Magic Mouse will automatically pair with your Apple Mac.
|Compatible Devices:||Apple Magic Mouse|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||MO2212|
|Brand:||MOBEE TECHNOLOGY LTD|