Magic Mouse 2

  • £65.00
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Apple Accessories.

Redesigned. Rechargeable. Remarkable.

  • Overview

    Featuring a new design, Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries. It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimised foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk. And the Multi-Touch surface allows you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents. Magic Mouse 2 is ready to go right out of the box and pairs automatically with your Mac.

    What’s in the Box

    Magic Mouse 2

    Lightning to USB Cable

    Tech Specs

    Size and Weight

    Height: 2.16 cm (0.85 inch)

    Width: 5.71 cm (2.25 inches)

    Depth: 11.35 cm (4.47 inches)

    Weight: 0.099 kg (0.22 pounds)*

    General

    Multi-Touch

    Connections and Expansion

    Bluetooth

    Lightning port

    Wireless

    System Requirements

    Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer with OS X v10.11 or later

  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Magic Mouse 2 vs Magic Mouse 1

      WeI have two iMac's and the newer one has MM2. I find it smoother and even more comfortable to use than the MM1, and the built in battery lasts longer than the WeI have two iMac's and the newer one has MM2. I find it smoother and even more comfortable to use than the MM1, and the built in battery lasts longer than the rechargeable batteries I use in MM1. The main thing for me though is that the MM2 retains a solid bluetooth connection to whichever machine I am using on, whereas the MM1 has always been prone to disconnecting or taking a while to connect. The fact that you cannot use the mouse while it is charging did worry me slightly at first, but, as I assume the the battery does not suffer from reduced capacity due to 'memory' problems, one can just keep an eye on it and recharge it well before it gets too low for a days use. Perhaps put a monthly reminder in the Calendar.

      • Written by R J B from MIDDLESBROUGH

      48 of 53 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Magic Mouse 2 vs Magic Mouse 1

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Stupid AND great

      This mouse is brilliant but designed by an idiot (or team of idiots). The feel of the mouse, the functionality, the build quality are all class-leading... but w This mouse is brilliant but designed by an idiot (or team of idiots). The feel of the mouse, the functionality, the build quality are all class-leading... but who in the world thought that sticking the charging port on the base of the mouse was a good idea?! And not allowing the mouse to be used whilst being charged? Seriously?! WHY? What a stupid thing to do Apple. What does someone do when they're working and their mouse runs out? Am I expected to buy two of these things??? Aargh. Here's a solution, Apple... what if the mouse could become a wired mouse whilst charging? Stick the port in the front-end of the mouse and have it work whilst charging so I don't have to use my laptops trackpad for intricate design work.

      • Written by Andrew C from London

      26 of 30 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Stupid AND great

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent Mouse

      Unlike some of the other reviews here, i love it, it seems smoother,and more responsive, much more pleasing to use

      • Written by martin j from lymington

      30 of 40 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent Mouse

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Cannot click left and right simultaneously; sad for gamers.

      I'm not going to repeat any of the content of reviews here... I simply need to add that this mouse is not suitable for any games (or applications) that require I'm not going to repeat any of the content of reviews here... I simply need to add that this mouse is not suitable for any games (or applications) that require you to be able to click the left and right buttons simultaneously (e.g. hold down the right button and then click the left). This rules out most First-Person games, of which there are now plenty for the Mac.

      • Written by Richard C from London

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Cannot click left and right simultaneously; sad for gamers.

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Epic product design fail

      I have no idea how this product got approved by the Apple team. The charging port is on the bottom of the mouse which disables it's use when charging. Do NOT bu I have no idea how this product got approved by the Apple team. The charging port is on the bottom of the mouse which disables it's use when charging. Do NOT buy this item, buy a older used apple mouse or a third party one. £65 for an item with a major design flaw is insulting.

      • Written by Richard H from Manchester

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Epic product design fail

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Better than the first edition but why is the charging point on the bottom??

      Why oh why apple, when you do so much right do you do this so wrong. I am currently unable to use photoshop whilst I wait for my mouse to charge as the port is Why oh why apple, when you do so much right do you do this so wrong. I am currently unable to use photoshop whilst I wait for my mouse to charge as the port is on the bottom making it currently useless. Why not put it at the back?

      • Written by Tom B from Tamworth

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Better than the first edition but why is the charging point on the bottom??

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