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Apple - Magic Mouse 2 - Silver

Model: MLA02LL/ASKU: 4639400

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 6460 reviews

95%
would recommend to a friend

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Rating 3.6 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews

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  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    If it wasn't for the hand cramps...

    Posted
    canlew
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    I purchased this mouse because I wanted a flawless bluetooth mouse without a USB connector. I read reviews about the hand discomfort because the size, however, I didn't think it would pertain to me because I have small, child-like hands. Like, my 6-year-old cousin's hands are almost larger than mine. ---- Well, I was wrong, the flat design really cramped my hand within 10+ minutes of use, and I felt my hand couldn't fully relax because of the touch sensitivity of the mouse. So, I exchanged it for an all bluetooth Logitech ($30) mouse, and it honestly works very well. Although, it feels lighter/cheaper.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works flawlessly with my MacBook

    Posted
    GusT
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    The Magic Mouse 2 works great on my MacBook Air. The pairing process is super easy and the connection stays strong without any interruption. The battery lasts a very long time. So far I've used it about 10 times, in 2+ hour increments, and the battery loses maybe 1 or 2 percent in each session. The finger gestures are awesome since they're the same as the gestures on the MacBook's trackpad. This Apple brand mouse works flawlessly with Apple computer's. I kept that in mind when I bought an external mouse especially since cheaper mouse's (or mice for the grammar police) can result in poor connectivity & poor results. In addition other brand mice won't have the unique gestures that Apple has with its products.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Cool Mouse

    Posted
    meandtheboys
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    I've been using the Magic Mouse with my new MacBook Air for a couple weeks now, and I think that it works great. I'm a big fan of the entire mouse being scroll sensitive, so that I can put my finger anywhere and scroll with the mouse. My only issue with it has been connecting wirelessly with my computer-when I open my laptop and turn the mouse back on I often have to go to the mouse settings in order to connect it, which I don't think is normally what should happen. However, it is not a big hinderance to using it. The one thing I will say is that the mouse was bought for me under the impression that I needed an apple mouse to connect with my apple computer, but we tried using my USB mouse with the MacBook and it worked just fine.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Magical mouse

    Posted
    Danababy1076
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    I just knew I needed to replace the dead Magic Mouse I that I had. So I went out & got this Magic Mouse II. Kind of shocking to realize that it needed to be charged before I could use it. That was minority annoying, so is the fact that Apple put the charging port smack cabin the middle of the bottom of the mouse, so that it can't be used while charging! I would expect the port to be at the front tip, so that the mouse charges, but looks like a wired remote, and can still be used. Don't get me wrong, I love my Apple products, but sometimes their design choices make me scratch my head. Seriously... still, I'm really happy with this mouse otherwise. it doesn't need charging all that often, so it's not as big of a deal as I was afraid of.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Zero problems

    Posted
    CC774U
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    The Mouse is a bit pricey, but it's made by Apple - so that should go without saying. I didn't think I would go one way or another with this mouse. I just thought it would go nice with my Macbook Pro. But I was happily surprised with its quality and easy of setup and use. It's very accurate and there are some cool things you can do on this mouse that you can't with others. I used to have a Microsoft Mouse which was there best one but it would make some weird noise when you scroll to let you know you were scrolling. This one doesn't and it's super smooth. You can also swipe left, right, up, and down for different functions. This comes in handy, especially with browsing on the internet. Overall, it's a good product and worth getting if you have an apple computer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Magic Mouse 2 is great!

    Posted
    PaulM
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    I liked my Magic Mouse, especially when using it with Magic Preferences, but I was tired of replacing the batteries and went to Best Buy looking for a replacement. The sales person told me about the new Magic Mouse 2, which has a battery built-in and is rechargeable with a USB lightning cable, so I bought it. It charges quite fast and doesn't need it too often. it works great, although you need OSX 10.11 El Capitan or later to take advantage of all its features: left & right Click, Scroll up, down left, and right, Zoom, Swipe between pages, full-screen apps & double tap for Mission Control -- not as many as with Magic preferences which does not work with this new product, but more than enough for me. Only drawback was the cost, but sure beats buying batteries!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Terrific Apple Magic Mouse 2

    Posted
    Becca
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    I had the first generation of the Magic Mouse for many years. The last one failed a few months ago. I searched online to look for product information, pricing, and convenient store location. I was happy to find there is a new generation of the Magic Mouse and that this one does not take batteries, charges using the same cord as my iPhone, and, with one overnight charging session, I can use the Magic Mouse 2 for a week before I need to charge it again. While looking online, I saw there was no price difference between the Apple Store and Best Buy and, since Best Buy is very close to my home, I went there to purchase the Magic Mouse 2. The store reps were very helpful, as usual. I love my new Magic Mouse 2. It is great to use.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent but sensitive mouse

    Posted
    BEarnley
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    I purchased this second-generation magic mouse to use with my MacBook 12. Like everything Apple, it is sleek and cleverly designed. Like its magic mouse predecessor, it connects by Bluetooth. But this model is rechargeable, and the charge is very long-lasting. The magic mouse goes well beyond normal mouse functionality with a back, for example, that is essentially a trackpad. But beware: it is very sensitive. So you need to be careful how you hold it or how you rest your fingers. Sometimes, it recenters a page or flips back to a previous page without being asked. Ultimately, it is configurable. You can tone down this behavior by disabling features. Overall, it is a compact, well-designed device.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great mouse except you can't charge it while using

    Posted
    Xbox1er
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    I've used this and the previous version of the Magic Mouse. I was blown away at what it could do; however, if you are a tireless Mac Book user you MAY find the location of its charging port less than optimal. It has great battery life but, looking ahead, I "what if'd" the probability of running out juice before finishing work. I'd have to stop using it since the charging port where the Thunderbolt cable connects to it is located beneath it. You may never run in to the scenario I described and it's worth the money if you're a desktop user or will never be in a position where you'll drain its lithium battery. I used to keep spare AAs with me when I used my old Magic Mouse so I never ran out if juice. Good mouse otherwise.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great but could be better

    Posted
    Tmikalauski
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    This mouse is pretty awesome. It connects easily and has a rechargeable battery. It seems to be good quality like you would expect from Apple but it does leave some things to be desired. The scrolling feature is used by swiping your finger like a touch motion but it is not as precise as using a wheel. It often scrolls too far past what I want to see and I just haven’t mastered it. The zoom does not work like I thought it would. I thought I could use the pinching motion with two fingers but it does not work that way. Also you still have to click the mouse, even though it appears there are no buttons the clicking is still required for it to recognize you are selecting something.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Magic...yes. Logical.....maybe not.

    Posted
    nolovedeep
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    I upgraded from the old magic mouse, only because I thought that ditching the AA batteries and being able to charge via lightning cable would be more convenient. IT IS....somewhat. Apple decided to place the charging port on the bottom panel of the mouse......(face-palm motion) WHY???? Now I have to put my mouse upside down to charge? A more logical location for the port would be at the front of the mouse so that, when plugged in, it would look and function as a typical corded usb mouse. RANTING ON FURTHER....hardware and firmware decisions at Apple post Steve Jobs have been very disheartening for long-time Apple users. I guess I'm the fool for throwing money at the Apple shrine.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    It's decent.

    Posted
    Josh
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    I hate changing batteries. And, I hate anything outside my Apple ecosystem. Don't judge. It's just a thing. Anyways, my old Magic Mouse has been serving me well, but it was time to move on to this. I like everything about it. The click is a little different, but I think it's because it is new. It started to wear in and now feels normal after a couple weeks of use. Love that it's rechargeable and uses a lightning connector. Do not like how the charge port is underneath the mouse and not somewhere like behind it. I have been having random disconnect issues with it, and it's very very annoying, but I'm not sure if it's a mouse thing or my computers bluetooth. I have a 12" MacBook. Overall, I like it and it works nice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Did not work as expected

    Posted
    Kimberly
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    It took my new MacBook Pro several hours to locate the Bluetooth. MacBook was updated with current, battery charged for hours. Then it located and vanished. After awhile, I was finally able to locate, then there was an issue with syncing. Apple should really update the mouse so that you can tell if the mouse is fully charged if not connected-- there is no indicator light or anything. The only way that you know that it is in the on position is by viewing the green dot (not light) on the bottom of the mouse. I purchased a mouse from apple and misplaced it-- the first mouse synched easily and I had no issues. After the initial craziness, everything worked perfectly.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Only get it if you really like Apple design

    Posted
    BobsYourUncle
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    From an aesthetic design standpoint, it looks great. It works well with Apple computers due to the fact you can use the multitouch gestures. That alone makes the mouse worth using if you have a Mac. Otherwise, this mouse loses points on the ergonomic design because it's so flat and doesn't really cradle your palm very well. In addition, the lightning charging port is on the bottom of the device which is a poor design decision if you ask me. What if you need to charge it while in the middle of doing some work? You have to stop you workflow. I bought this mouse as a gift for someone. There's no way I'd use this mouse for myself. It's not comfortable and there are design flaws that make this mouse from being usable on a daily basis.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Very versatile

    Posted
    Voyager
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    Love my Apple Mac Mouse...long battery life...Sensitive touch for gestures to Mouse to complete ether task you request for example to zoom in or out hold down the control key with the flick of your finger you can scroll up and down or if you want to go from the left side of the page to the right side while the screen zoom out with ease...love my Mouse and have been using it now for two years or so...still working as if i just took it out of the package... You will not regretting for purchasing this dynamic Mouse... Thank you Apple

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not my favorite

    Posted
    Robert
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    I think if you were not used to a particular mouse already this would be great but for me I was not a fan of how it worked and the location of the buttons on it. I am a little old fashion that I like too feel what I am doing vs feeling like its a virtual button. So to me my mouse is an older one with a moving wheel because I have to read a lot of documents and the scroll is a feature I use a lot, so as much as it was nice to have such a sleek design and low profile I ended up returning it pretty quickly.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Convenient, easy-to-use mouse

    Posted
    hanapse
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    Lots of great things about having this mouse for my MacBook Air: 1, easier to play games and perform some tasks that are just less convenient with the trackpad; 2, cordless, so can be used remotely from the computer (if I had the laptop hooked up to the TV for instance); 3, haven't had to charge this mouse yet and I've had it a couple of months now; 4, easy to connect to the laptop; 5, fits perfectly in one of the small pockets in my backpack. Very occasionally the motions I use on the mouse aren't effective (e.g., scrolling, right-clicking, moving between screens), but I've found that those hiccups are far less frequent after having gotten used to it. Overall extremely satisfied!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Magic Mouse enthusiast

    Posted
    Applemania
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    It's taken me a few hours to get back into the swing of using the magic mouse 2 again but its everything I remember when last used the original magic mouse. Only thing is I don't remember the original magic mouse tracking slower as this one does even when i set the track speed up to 5 its still slower that I like. I have a 21in iMac and tracking across that moderately large screen is a issue as I don't want to use my entire desktop for moving the cursor from one end of the screen to the other, I can't imagine whats its like for those with larger screens.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great

    Posted
    Joey
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    Love the magic mouse 2 and have a couple of them for my iMac and MacBook. The only downside is when it needs to be charged there isn't much advance notice and it seems to always happen right in the middle of doing something. I have to stop and give it 30 minutes to charge enough to finish what I'm doing. I guess I could be more diligent and plug it in to charge every few months to make sure we're all good. In fact, as I write this review, I just checked and it's 55% charged so it lasts a long time, just have to remember not to wait too long.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Won't be without this mouse again!!!!!!

    Posted
    DKG1
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    1st used this wireless mouse when we purchased out latest Mac desk top computer, 7 + years ago. Wireless keyboard & wireless mouse. Fell in LOVE with them both. Our mouse exhausted its 1st set of batteries, the store said they could not be replaced. That was WRONG! We replaced them and lived happily until Easter this year (2017). Was in the middle of a project, very late at night so pulled out the old corded mouse. It worked and continued on. After many weeks & months, we have finally gotten around to replacing the much loved and very missed wireless mouse. Our household is a Happy Camper again. We will NEVER be without this mouse again!

    I would recommend this to a friend