BT600 is terrible. The connection is horrible and the mouse feels so cheap. The side buttons are loud and sound like a toy snapping into place. The top of the mouse has an ugly, cheap plastic texture on it. Aside from the side buttons feeling cheap, you have to push them in a specific spot for them to actually work.I have never used it, but I think the Radtech BT600 (or actually any of these mice) looks pretty nice: http://www.radtech.us/Products/BluetoothMice.aspx
I've Googled for reviews, and they've been pretty positive. I'll probably get one myself when I have the money. (My current mouse is an huge-dongle 5-button RF wireless mouse, but with the new MacBook I plan on getting, I'd prefer Bluetooth. I would get the Mighty Mouse, but aside from mixed reviews, I'm not sure I can live without my precious fifth button--I have the two extra buttons programmed for Expose.)
Hmm, thanks for your advice! I can't find any other five-button Bluetooth mice, so I guess a dongle might be my best option (unless I can get used to one less button on the Mighty Mouse--and mixed reviews, at that).BT600 is terrible. The connection is horrible and the mouse feels so cheap. The side buttons are loud and sound like a toy snapping into place. The top of the mouse has an ugly, cheap plastic texture on it. Aside from the side buttons feeling cheap, you have to push them in a specific spot for them to actually work.
Don't get the BT600, you'll be disappointed. I tried both the BT600, and the Mighty Mouse. I finally ended up with a dongle-wireless mouse from Logitech. Whatever, at least I know it works.
But you still have to use a USB port off your mac right?I'd say don't get so hung up on Bluetooth and take a look at the Logitech Revolution VX. This is hands-down the best notebook-friendly wireless mouse that I've had so far. The receiver fits inside the mouse, and turns the mouse off when you put it in.
Same here... bidding on one on eBay, will post results.
I did the exact same thing. Haven't sold it yet but hated the MX. The scroll wheel constantly switched between modes and was impossible to scroll when in it's "free rolling" mode. Buttons for the Mac are hardly configurable. I went back to wireless mighty mouse and everything is good again.not bluetooth. and i hated it. sold mine and moved back to wireless mighty mouse.