Do i need a dongle (usb stick which creates its own bluetooth link to the mouse) or is it really just the mouse and my MBP???

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    No, you dont need a dongle. Your MBP will have bluetooth built in. See system preferences!

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  • You do not need anything else other than the mouse. It will link with your macbook when you turn it on and if you have your bluetooth enabled.

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  • Your MacBook Pro has a system internal bluetooth, to set it up, follow these instructions:
    1. Click the Apple icon on the top-left of you desktop
    2.Click "System Preferences".
    3.On the "Internet & Wireless" row, click bluetooth.
    4.There will be two check boxes near the left top labeled "On" and "Discoverable" click and make sure those two boxes are checked.
    5.Then the rest is self-explanatory.

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  • The Macbook Pro comes with bluetooth capabilities built in by default so you shouldn't need a dongle to connect.

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  • No need - it uses the built-in bluetooth.

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  • If you own a MBP that has Bluetooth enabled (And if you own a recent model, you should) then no. You wouldn't need a dongle.
    Just enable Bluetooth and it'll detect the mouse automatically.

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  • There is bluetooth built right into both your mouse and your MacBook Pro, so there is no need for any connection in the laptops ports.

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