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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by Maxington, Oct 5, 2009.
Any good suggestions people use for development/design instead of the Apple mighty mouse?
I'm not in dev/des, but I did recently pick up a Logitech Bluetooth mouse... model #M-RCQ142 and I loves it.
I don't use a mouse anymore (Wacom), but when I did I really liked the Kensington mouse-in-a-box. It was cheap, felt good in my hand, moved pretty well, and was cheap.
It was also inexpensive.
The wacom combo tablet w/mouse is nice if that's the type of design need you have.
For just a mouse, I like the logitec nano - the 4-way scroll wheel doesn't plug up with cheeto residue like the MM.
I've been very pleased with the MX Revolution for 3+ years now.
How much was it? is it cheap?
The upcoming Mighty Mouse replacement.
+1. Make sure you go with the Revolution And not the newer model, "MX Performance Mouse"
+1. I'm tired of cleaning the scrollball on my Mighty Mouse, and will be almost certainly buying whatever Apple comes up with as a replacement.
I'm addicted to the Mighty Mouse, and when the new one comes out I'll buy one of those!
It has it's down falls, but I love it anyway.
My dad uses a razor, he's had no problems with it that I know of, I've used it and it seems quite good.
This is what I've found to be true
Left Apple's mice in 2004 to Logitech and considered them to be the best, but tried Razer last summer and fell in love with it. So, that's my story
I'm not into development and design, but after reading the awful reviews of the mighty mouse, I bought this one:
Its sturdy but lightweight, and not too expensive, and it does what needs to be done. It also has a 4th button for expose or a back button or whatever you choose.
Logitech has some pretty nice mouses but theyre also expensive, and I'm not sure what one needs for development and design.