The Magic Mouse is a multi-touch wireless mouse that is manufactured and sold by Apple. The first-generation Magic Mouse was released on October 20, 2009, and introduced multi-touch functionality to a computer mouse. Taking after the iPhone, iPod Touch, and multi-touch MacBook trackpads, the Magic Mouse allows the use of multi-touch gestures and inertia scrolling across the surface of the mouse, designed for use with macOS. The second-generation Magic Mouse (initially marketed as Magic Mouse 2) was released on October 13, 2015, removing the use of AA batteries, replacing it with a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery, and a Lightning port for charging and pairing and was later made fully compatible with iPadOS. The Apple Magic Mouse is one of the most popular mice on the market. It is known for its sleek design and its easy-to-use interface. The Magic Mouse has a lot of great features, but it also has some downfalls. The good: The Magic Mouse is very easy to use. It has a smooth, sleek design that is comfortable to hold. The mouse is very responsive and accurate. The bad: The Magic Mouse can be a little too sensitive at times. It is also not the most durable mouse on the market. The bottom line: The Apple Magic Mouse is a great mouse for those who are looking for an easy-to-use, stylish mouse. It is not the most durable mouse on the market, but it is still a great choice for most users.
- Power: 1986 mAh rechargeable Li-Po battery
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0, Lightning connector
- Generation: 2nd Generation
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- Power: Replaceable 2 AA batteries plus you can use rechargeable batteries too.
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1
- Generation: 1st Generation
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