Is it made out of the same surface as the Mighty Mouse? The mighty mouse didn't move very fluently .

I owned the mighty mouse, and I was disappointed on how well it moved on my mouse pad surface. My mouse pad is a professional gaming mousepad (which I no longer use for gaming). I was just wondering if it moves any better around the mousepad?

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    I just bought the Mighty Mouse and I'm having some trouble with moving it on an "Oriental Rug" looking mouse pad with complicated patterns, which I dearly love. I needed to slow down on my movement on the mouse. On the other hand, I tried the Mighty Mouse again on an ordinary red circular mouse pad from IKEA with my normal mouse-moving speed, it worked fine. It also worked on my light wood color dining table (no pad).

    So, I guess it's made to work on multi-surface, EXCEPT complicated pattern mouse pads.

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  • Well, I don't agree with you about "fluency" of the Mighty Mouse - I had no problem at all with it on a variety of mousepad surfaces, including a Skull Pad (my surface of choice).

    The new mouse skates on two long black strips, unlike the Mighty Mouse which slides on the rim on its base.

    I cannot assess whether you will be happy with this mouse, given that I don't agree with your assessment of the previous one :-)

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