Macworld: Review: Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse
Less than a year after releasing the original Mighty Mouse (3.5 mice; October 2005), Apple has improved its powerful input device by replacing its USB cord with a wireless Bluetooth connection and upgrading its eyesight with a precision laser-tracking engine that works on almost any surface. The result is an innovative mouse that’s a near-perfect partner for portables, as well as a convenient desktop mouse.
The wireless Mighty Mouse is powered by either one or two AA alkaline, lithium, or rechargeable batteries that are inserted into the belly of the beast (two non-rechargeable lithium batteries are provided). Apple touts the ability to use a single battery as a benefit for portable users wishing to lighten their loads, but the weight difference of the second battery is negligible. Besides, since the Mighty Mouse doesn’t have a docking station for recharging, prudence dictates carrying around a backup set of batteries.
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