It's not like Apple makes usable input devices anyways. That's what USB, Logitech and Microsoft are for. My Microsoft keyboard and Logitech mouse work great with my Macbook.If Apple's idea of the future is a multi touch laptop like trackpad then am I screwed on Apple's side of computer things?
I absolutely hate, hate hate haaate using my laptop's trackpad.
Because you can move the mouse to move the cursor, but the trackpad needs a way to distinguish cursor movement (one finger) from scrolling (two fingers).Two finger scrolling not impressing me so far. This trackpad will take time to get used to. Why use two-fingered scrolling with inertia on the track pad when the magic mouse will do it with one?
Speed and accuracy of pointer movement, right-click menus, drag and drop, text selection, etc. Pretty much anything that's done on a trackpad can be done significantly faster and with more precision, using a mouse.@ GGJstudios
How do you run circles around trackpad users? In what areas?
Yeah, they are nothing like PC trackpads. They suck a bit less.Trackpads are the future.
If you haven't used a MacBook's trackpad, youre missing out seriously. Mac trackpads are NOTHING like the trackpads on PC laptops. I've fallen in love with my Mac's trackpad to the point that I prefer it over a mouse.
Try that on a PC, and it's impossible.
Mac trackpads rock. PC trackpads suck.
Amen, man. My Logitch laser mouse is so much better than any trackpad can be.I like big mice with lots of buttons.
Thankfully, you can get some good mice (I love Logitech) .
Agreed.If you haven't used a MacBook's trackpad, youre missing out seriously. Mac trackpads are NOTHING like the trackpads on PC laptops. I've fallen in love with my Mac's trackpad to the point that I prefer it over a mouse.