Apple's new $49 Mighty Mouse--first with right click and no buttons

Ryan Block
R. Block|08.02.05

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Ryan Block
August 2nd, 2005
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Apple's new $49 Mighty Mouse--first with right click and no buttons image

Apple Mighty Mouse

It's been a couple of years since Apple had any significant updates to their peripheral line, but it looks like they've finally bumped that Optical Pro Mouse and changed a few key things. Namely that after more than 20 years they've released their first two button device. (Man, Jobs must be feeling rather risky in his advancing years—or maybe it's two buttons to match their new x86 processors.) But it's actually a "no-button" device, since the input on the Mighty Mouse is done with capacitative sensors, like a touchpad; they didn't just stop there. You've got a "scroll ball" up on top, and left and right "squeeze" buttons, too. $49, friends, and it'll play on your PC just as nicely.

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Apple Mighty Mouse

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