• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Does not work as advertised

    This mouse is more than two times as expensive as a simple Logitech or no-name mouse.
    Well, it better do what it says on the box: "works on nearly every surface"...

    Apple, have you never tried to use it on a wodden, white Ikea table ? Come on!
    I just bought this mouse because it's white and suits my Apple keyboard, but as it is not on par at tracking compared to any cheap PC mouse I've ever used on the same table before, I will return it tomorrow.

    By the way, I only have it because I replaced a Magic Mouse 2 that I returned today. That one tracked, at least....

    Guys, just get out of the mouse business and focus on your core competences....

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Poor built

    A few months in and the right click area smply doesn't work anymore. Well, sometimes it will, most time it won't. Just another fail recently from Apple, you are so much wanking off on design that you are losing sight of quality and detail. The iMac this mouse is attached to works fine but is not nearly the speed monster that the price would suggest and not like the old iMacs I had, and the OSX updates seem to consistently make everything SLOWER.
    get your act together.

    4 of 6 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Disappointingly bad considering the price

    Bought this one bcs the wireless Mac mouse conflicts with wifi and other devices, never mind the hole in the ozone layer replacing batteries once a month is drilling
    Wired mouse cons:
    Low quality plastic
    Feel flimsy
    Too small surface area, yet again Apple makes a product with dimensions designed for a female Asian user
    Scroll ball erratic (surprisingly Apple learned nothing from the trackball disaster of its dead rival Blackberry)
    Touch sensitive top shell overly sensitive, so if right click is enabled it right clicks if both fingers are on mouse when you left click, especially with the slightest right side pressure from moving mouse to left
    Force sensing side buttons too rigid and action options for them in the customizable settings pointless
    Customizable settings stupid: each button should be assignable any function, but are not. Apple decides in advance for the user how to customize and yet again fails
    Cord too short, requires that the cpu box is almost immediately next to the mouse which limits how you can arrange your space
    For $50 absolutely not worth it
    The only pros:
    You can return it for a full refund
    Eventually a fizzled stock price will bring a change of management, and maybe restore the focus on quality and user experience and not tax-dodging and penny-pinching to make management's equity comp quarterly nut

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    I'm so disappointed...this is useless

    This is the most beautiful but hopeless mouse I have ever owned. It's a single button so relies on where you press it to get left click and right click (I'm not using centre click). Every so often, the scroll ball just stops working or only scrolls in one direction. You then have to scroll like crazy to bring it back to life. Getting a right click (to open sub-menus) is nigh on impossible in some situations. You just sit there clicking away and eventually it realises you're doing a right click. I've had it less than a month and it's been pants, so thinking of returning for a refund before it packs up completely.

    6 of 11 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazingly bad..!

    Sure, you pay a little more than you want to, but in return you get an Apple product with great design and quality, right?
    ...mweh... not so sure anymore these days. This mouse is another example. The most basic things a mouse should do is move a cursor around, respond to clicks, and scroll properly. Amazingly, in ALL these respects it fails to deliver.

    1. Tracking is slow and imprecise - I had to ramp it up beyond what system prefernces would allow me, through a terminal command. Sometimes it tracks faster, sometimes slower... I have to admit that I don't use a mousepad, but with my desk surface tracking has never been a problem for any other mouse except for this one.

    2. Right clicks... work 85% of the time. Just about any other mouse works fine with my comp, but the moment I plug this one in the right clicks start failing.

    3. Scrolling feels jerky and imprecise. Also this works much smoother with my much cheaper Logitech mouse attached.

    How they manage to mess up in all these distinct but crucial aspects that make a mouse a MOUSE is beyond me. I have never paid more for a mouse. I have never received less from a mouse. These are two separate facts of which the combination kind of blows my mind. Big thumbs down, apple...

    18 of 25 people found this useful