Apple's Magic Mouse - the World's New Smart Multi-Mouse


In the past, Apple introduced iPhone, next was iPod touch, then Mac notebook (MacBook Pro). Last October 20, 2009, Apple introduced the world's new wireless Multi-Touch Mouse called Magic Mouse. My kids will love this and I'm sure other people, both young and adults will like it too.

Magic Mouse allows users to navigate using finger gestures instead of pressing mechanical buttons, scroll wheels or balls. This is just like in iPod touch which kids find so amazing. Adults find them amazing too. According to Apple, Magic Mouse is included with the new iMac. It is smooth, seamless, touch-sensitive, can be single or multi-button. Users can easily scroll through long documents, scroll in any direction, click and double-click anywhere, pan across large photos, move back and forth through web pages or photos. Magic Mouse can be used by left or right handed users and there's no need to use a mousepad.

Magic Mouse is wireless and connects to your Mac via Bluetooth. It saves on battery power by automatically switching to off when the mouse is inactive. You can also combine Magic Mouse with Apple's Wireless Keyboard. This is really cool! A nice birthday gift or Christmas gift.


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resspenser 6 years ago from South Carolina

Good hub.

I am going to have to go to the Mac store before I buy one of these and try it out. I am not sure I am smart enough for this!


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dyesebel10 6 years ago from USA Author

Usually the kids or young adults are the ones who learn easily when it comes to new gadgets.. thanks resspenser.


PeteVB 6 years ago

yes great Hub. However, they are sold out everwhere. Were finally able to get one on amazon through this site: http://www.bestgiftguide.info

Great free site that watch amazons stock for meed


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dyesebel10 6 years ago from USA Author

Thanks PeteVB for the comment.

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