Bluetooth mouse

furious

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if i buy a bluetooth mouse and it comes with a USB dongle, do i need to use the dongle or will the MacBooks on board bluetooth do?

this is the mouse i am looking at

i am in Australia so prices may seam inflated for you people in the USA

and has anyone heard of PQI RAM?
 

Zwhaler

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Sorry, I can't answer your question, but no offense but damn that thing is overpriced. Go with something cheaper, IMO. But i can't make you, so if thats what you want, go for it.
 

Artful Dodger

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furious said:
if i buy a bluetooth mouse and it comes with a USB dongle, do i need to use the dongle or will the MacBooks on board bluetooth do?

this is the mouse i am looking at

i am in Australia so prices may seam inflated for you people in the USA

and has anyone heard of PQI RAM?
Hi, the built in BT will work just fine. I had that same BT mouse when I bought my Intel iMac in my sig. and it's a touch heavy but nice. I returned it because my hands are somewhat smaller so I went with a Logitech until now. I'll be getting the BT MM as that, for me, has a nice fit/feel.
Great MS mouse for large hands and love all the buttons so enjoy :D
 

Chundles

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Zwhaler said:
Sorry, I can't answer your question, but no offense but damn that thing is overpriced. Go with something cheaper, IMO. But i can't make you, so if thats what you want, go for it.
You'd be hard pressed to find a bluetooth mouse for much less than that, the cheapest I've seen is around the $90 mark. The Bluetooth Mighty Mouse is actually a pretty good deal down here at $109.

The Logitech MX1000 (only other bluetooth, laser mouse I've seen) is $149.
 

furious

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yeah thanks:cool: i don't like the logitech mouse as it felt to small. looks like i will be needing my dads wallet for his credit card. :p