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Critic reviews

7.1
12 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    6.2
  • Design and form factor
    6.9
  • Configurability
    7.7
  • Accuracy
    7.2
  • Portability
    8.0

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User reviews

6.4
94 reviews
8.0
AnandTech Aug 4, 2005

Apple created a truly interesting product with the Mighty Mouse; essentially, they've created a one button mouse that is a bit more flexible than their prior one-button offerings, but definitely not a mouse that is catered to the needs of those who depend on multi-button mice.

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7.0
Macworld Aug 5, 2005

You will pay for the privilege of using an Apple-designed mouse that is, well, still just a mouse—and not the most graceful one I’ve ever used.

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7.0
CNET Aug 2, 2005

If you have Tiger, Apple's Mighty Mouse is worth a look, but if you're a Windows user or have an older Mac operating system, better mousing options are available.

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7.0
CNET Jul 25, 2006

Apple's new wireless Mighty Mouse cuts the cord, giving you the freedom of untethered mousing. The design isn't perfect, and Apple isn't shy about the price, but Mac desktops and laptops beg for as little clutter around them as possible, and for that, the Mighty Mouse delivers.

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7.0
Ars Technica Aug 2, 2005

If you've ever used an Apple Pro mouse, it's just about exactly the same in almost every way except for the extra button functionality.

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5.0
PC Mag Oct 12, 2005

We found that the capsule shape isn't all that comfortable, it doesn't fit large hands, the scroll ball is awkward to use, and the 30-inch cord can't reach under-desk computers.

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9.0
Pocket-Lint Aug 4, 2006

If you’re a heavy mouse user who must have the Apple badge on everything you own, this is certainly one cordless mouse to consider

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9.0
TechRadar Feb 5, 2007

There are certainly cheaper wireless mice available. However, the tremendous range, laser-guided accuracy and sleek style of this model make it the most desirable rodent we've ever placed our paws on.

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8.0
TechRadar Feb 5, 2007

There are certainly cheaper wireless mice available. However, the tremendous range, laser-guided accuracy and sleek style of this model make it the most desirable rodent we've ever placed our paws on.

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7.0
TUAW Jul 29, 2006

I've used quite a few bluetooth mice and, while this one is definitely more accurate, it isn't anything Earth-shattering.

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1.0
floyduk floyduk

There are 2 "buttons" but right clicking means actually LIFTING your left finger up. The side buttons need the strength of a gorilla to register. The scroll ball constantly has you flicking forward and back pages as well as scrolling up and down. The mouse shape is uncomfortable....

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7.0
roberto roberto

I really liked the Mighty Mouse until the scroll wheel broke down. The ability to configure the side buttons made it possible for me to assign functions such as bringing up the dashboard and exposé. The scroll wheel started to give trouble about two years into my ownership, and a few times I was...

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3.0
tal tal

Bottom line is that this mouse gets out of your way by removing buttons but these just make it worse. The whole mouse is essentially one button which is depressed whenever any action is taken. Sensors give the mouse the option for detecting a secondary, or right, click. The mouse's lack of...

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8.0
brett brett

I got this mouse after the scroll wheel broke on my Microsoft Arc Mouse. I wanted to get a bluetooth mouse so that I didn't have to use up a USB slot with a dongle. This is due to that fact that Apple seems to think that only having 3 USB ports on a 17" pro machine is okay. It's...

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4.0
FaceBeppy FaceBeppy

It looks nice with a white MacBook and the 360 degrees scrollball is really handy, but that's about it. It's too pricy, you have to keep the scrollball clean, the vorm doesn't match your palm and I notice I have my hand a little above the mouse, that's not ergonomic. The...

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7.0
linnyunt linnyunt

I think the Mighty Mouse is great. The design is of course is Apple beautiful and complements the rest of the Mac range. Although they may consider making an aluminium version to go with the rest of the hardware that's now out - I'm sure Apple are probably working on this. This would...

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5.0
terjegu terjegu

The only good thing about this mouse is that i uses bluetooth so you don't need a usb dongle. The 360 degree scrolling ball is also nice, at least the first year or so. You need to clean the ball every now and then but in the end it will stop working. The right-click and the side button...

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8.0
brett brett

I got this mouse after the scroll wheel broke on my Microsoft Arc Mouse. I wanted to get a bluetooth mouse so that I didn't have to use up a USB slot with a dongle. This is due to that fact that Apple seems to think that only having 3 USB ports on a 17" pro machine is okay. It's...

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4.0
lparsons lparsons

The mouse ball often gets dirty and requires frequent cleaning which is a real pain. Didn't we get past that with optical mice?. The shape of the mouse is very uncomfortable after extended use. The left and right mouse buttons are not distinct, instead the unit looks solid. They are...

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3.0
mebored81 mebored81

When I got my original intel iMac I eventually fell in love with the mighty mouse. I loved the responsiveness of the trackball and I absolutely loved being able to squeeze the mouse and have expose pop-up all my windows. While right clicking at first is problematic, as you have to lift your...

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4.0
mathewballard mathewballard

I want to love the mighty mouse because it has the best scrolling in any mouse. But, the one button thing just really makes the experience of using it suck. If Apple would get that multi touch Mighty Mouse that is talked about it would become a great mouse. Having to hold the command key to...

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5.0
flakjammit flakjammit

I use this as a spare for my white Macbook. It matches well in terms of color, but I don't really care - some people do. My main mouse is a Logitech V270 Bluetooth in addition to using the built in touchpad. As a mouse in terms of tracking, responsiveness, and the ability to do...

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8.0
Joseph Joseph

The mouse fits in the hand well and does a good job of tracking. As with any red light mouse, don't expect it to track well on a redish-brown wood desk without a mouse pad. The cord is a little stiff, which means that it certainly does not fall into a neat little coil like it does in the...

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8.0
vagvoba vagvoba

I used to own the wired Mighty Mouse before but I was not satisfied with it. My major problem was the scroll ball which stopped working after a year of normal use and I just couldn't get it fixed. However, when it was new, I loved the scroll ball and I didn't want to downgrade to other...

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3.0
bradseefeldt bradseefeldt

I had a love /hate relationship with the Mighty Mouse. I loved how it was color coded to my iMac G5 loved the idea of the multi-direction scroll ball. However, the problems outweighed the reality of the device: the four touch-sensitive buttons were flakey, especially the ones on the side. In...

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