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Reviewed: Mighty Mouse [updated]

After playing around with Apple's new Mighty Mouse, i've grown to love the functions. it's super easy to install and works on both my Windows as well as Mac machines. of course i have to keep it on the mac in order to utilize everything. so what sets this mouse apart?
First of all, the 4 button mouse looks like a 1 button mouse. it has the exact same dimensions as the original wired Apple Pro Mouse. in fact, the outer appearance is hardly distinguishable from each other. the specs have been mentioned previously HERE. so basically, it has 2 touch sensitive buttons, and a scroll/clickable ball as well as a side "squeeze" button.
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The two standard buttons: are invisible. it's touch sensitive, yet the mouse needs to be pressed down like before. so basically, it depends on which area you are touching to determine whether the left or right button was intended. these are programmable.
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the scroll ball... is the best part. at first, the ball was not scrolling smoothly and i mistook it as a knob like the IBM thinkpads. After a few more days of usage, the little scroll ball truly started to shine. the ball can detect fast and slow scrolling while it emits a tiny clicking sound, which is generated by the mouse. this lets you know how fast you are scrolling. the knob allows horizontal, vertical and diagonal scrolling. it's a really amazing feature, and before actually using it, i was wondering why the ball would be so small. this feature is very good at distinguishing how fast you want to scroll and works without a hitch. (so far) with apple products... you never know how long it will last.
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lastly, the side squeeze. well... it also makes a "click" sound, just like the other buttons, but it's also emitted by the mouse. so when the mouse is lifted off the table, there is no click no matter how hard you squeeze. ingenious. this, like all other buttons, is programmable and should come in handy. the installation CD worked without any problems and added more programmable features to the mouse. this installation only works for TIGER, unfortunately...

check out the mighty mouse... it just might be the mouse that roars. [equipbug]

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