An Alternative Wireless Mouse That Looks Great With the iMac & Has Great Comfort?

Discussion in 'iMac' started by rs14smith, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. rs14smith macrumors regular

    Dec 7, 2009

    I'm looking for a decent mouse that has great comfort, but also matches the iMac as well. I do not enjoy any of the apple mouses, even the magic mouse, mostly because of comfort reasons.

    I've looked at a few Logitech mouses, and the MX Resolution is by far very comfortable, but doesn't really match or look as great with an iMac. So i'm curious what you are using, and what other mouses you think would go hand and hand with the iMac and provide comfort?

    I'm thinking about getting the Explorer mouse from Microsoft, but mouses that have charging bases are a bonus, just like the Logitech MX Resolution. Just looks better :)
  2. MacMur macrumors regular

    Feb 24, 2008
    I'm sure you have tried this but just in case. The Magic Mouse was never intended to be used while resting your hand on it. Instead you simply move it about with your thumb on one side and a preferably your ring finger on the other side. That way you have at least 2 fingers to use on the top of it for gestures. If you use a program like Better Touch Tool you will find a whole bunch of usable shortcuts. I am growing used to mine and I like it better each day.

    I hope this helps.
  3. rs14smith thread starter macrumors regular

    Dec 7, 2009
    Thanks but nah that didn't help at all as it's bit obvious how to use the mouse and after using it for about 3 weeks now, I hate that the back of my hand has nothing to rest, or lean up against like most standard PC mouses have.

    It has a great look to it and technology built in, but comfort went totally out of the window when Apple was making this product.

    I'm about how components look with my iMac too, so that's why I'm also asking for one that matches my iMac, similar to how the Logitech diNovo keyboard Mac Edition matches up so well with the iMac (using it now and love it).

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