BT mouse for big hands?

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by happycadaver, Jun 18, 2015.

  1. happycadaver macrumors regular

    happycadaver

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    I'm looking for an BT alternative to the Apple magic mouse. I've rather big hands and the magic mouse is too small for my taste in the long run. I don't use my iMac often for more than 2 hours without interruption, but longer sessions are not comfortable.

    I don't give a s*** about compatible Apple design, the mouse should only be suitable for bigger hands. It should be compatible to BT of my iMac and i only need 2 buttons and a scroll wheel.

    The only mouse not totally overpriced - like most MS mice with BT - i could find and fulfilling all of my needs, is the Logitech MX Master. Looks ugly, but feels great in my hands.

    Maybe someone has additonal suggestions?
     
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  3. happycadaver thread starter macrumors regular

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    I just ordered the MX master. Couldn't find any real alternatives anywhere. A friend of mine got the same mouse some weeks ago.
     
  4. happycadaver thread starter macrumors regular

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    Does someone know, if there are known issues with the scroll wheel? I don't get it to work. Bluetooth is working fine and the mouse feels great in my hands.
    I have installed the Logitech Options, but no configuration changes seem to have any effect on the scroll wheel.
     
  5. happycadaver thread starter macrumors regular

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    I have contacted Logitech support as well. Don't know if it is any good, we'll see.
     
  6. vkd macrumors 6502a

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    I was about to suggest you go for a Magic Trackpad. Different scenario yes, but plenty big enough and I wouldn't go back to a mouse now, if I could avoid it.
     
  7. happycadaver thread starter macrumors regular

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    Touchpad ist not an option, since i use my Mac for gaming occasionally. And i'm not a big fan of switching equipment.

    Haven't got a reaction from Logitech yet.
     

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