A good mouse is priceless. It’s a key cog in any computer-based
workflow. But the thing is, everyone has a different idea of what
“good” is. For mobile users, it might mean small and light, while a
desktop Mac user may value comfort above everything else. Apple takes a
one-size-fits-all approach to mice, and while the new Magic Mouse can
pull off cool tricks, sometimes simple and reliable is all you really
need. Besides, options are always a good thing.
Maybe it was just our experience, but when FedEx showed up with our Apple Magic Mouse (ordered right after it was announced), the magic seemed to leave the room as quickly as it arrived. But now you can bring out the real sorcery in your Magic Mouse, courtesy of MagicPrefs.
While Apple excels at creating best-in-category hardware and software,
every time the company has unleashed a new mouse, well…let’s just say
that their rodentia haven’t lived up to the Apple name. And sometimes
their mice have just plain sucked. But now with the Magic Mouse, which
brings Multi-Touch technology to the desktop, Apple has created an
input device a bit more worthy of its pedigree.
The new Apple Magic Mouse might be magical in some regards, but many
owners are bummed because the mouse can’t do some of the cool
Multi-Touch functions that the iPhone can. There's now a remedy for that.
Apple’s reputation as a leader in innovation is well established, even legendary. But Apple’s successes aren’t just good business for Apple…they’re the source of competing and complementary inventions that never break orbit from Apple Inc. In other words, while some companies build products, Apple builds entire industries.