Corded mouse with OS X drivers

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by shinji, Jun 14, 2009.

  1. shinji macrumors 65816

    shinji

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    I'm looking for a corded mouse to replace my cordless Logitech MX Revolution. I'd like something similar, but corded, and with OS X native drivers so I don't have to use steermouse/usboverdrive/etc.

    I like having the side buttons assignable, if that can be done with an OS X native driver. If not, I could still use steermouse, but I'd rather not.

    Any suggestions? I've had the mighty mouse (yuck), Razer Pro Click which was decent, and the MX Revolution.
     
  2. spinnerlys Guest

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    I use a corded Logitech 5 button mouse without any drivers and I could assign actions to all mouse buttons, but those actions are Exposé and Spaces.
     
  3. shinji thread starter macrumors 65816

    shinji

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    Which Logitech mouse? Do you still need Logitech Control Center installed?

    Yeah, I want one of the buttons assigned to expose. The other buttons 2 extra buttons I would use for controlling coversutra. That's how I have the MX Revolution setup now...one button goes to the next song, the other goes to the previous song. Not a huge deal as I have hotkeys assigned to it, but preferably would like to be able to keep that.
     
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  5. xraydoc macrumors 604

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    Methinks Amazon's listing isn't quite right. I refuse to believe the mouse you linked above is $157.99!!
     
  6. lyl macrumors member

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    Razer DeathAdder.
    The best mice I've ever had:)
     

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