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Chris Cardell

Mighty Mouse… ain’t so mighty

Somewhat conveniently, our Wireless Mighty Mouse died just as soon as the one-year warranty came to its end. After spending a few hours trying to get the mouse to connect, we gave up. Confusingly the mouse could be found by Bluetooth but is unable to connect. The mouse is probably the worst piece of Apple design… no really. It is an extremely weak product. To get it to operate like a normal mouse requires additional software and further configuration.

Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse

We’ll soon be reviewing the Logitech MX 620, the cheaper, less flashy alternative to the MX Revolution.

Good riddance Mighty Mouse.

This entry was posted on Saturday, February 28th, 2009 at 10:04 pm GMT. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.



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    Specific error: “The pairing attempt was unsuccessful. Make sure your mouse is in range of this computer, turned on and “discoverable”. When ready, click Continue to try again.”

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