Fullsize Bluetooth Mouse...

AP_piano295

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I'm looking for a fullsize (not mini) bluetooth mouse that uses the internal bluetooth card in my laptop not external plugs please help.
 

Sam I Am

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AP_piano295 said:
I'm looking for a fullsize (not mini) bluetooth mouse that uses the internal bluetooth card in my laptop not external plugs please help.
If you're looking for the best looking one, then the Apple BT mouse is definitely the way to go. :)
 

zach

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any bluetooth mouse will work with an internal adaptor, regardless of being packaged with an adaptor or not.

i'm not sure if you understand that or not, but just making sure...

myself, i love the looks of The Mouse BT, but i've heard it's crap.

maybe i should try one before making comments...
 

AP_piano295

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zach said:
any bluetooth mouse will work with an internal adaptor, regardless of being packaged with an adaptor or not.

i'm not sure if you understand that or not, but just making sure...

myself, i love the looks of The Mouse BT, but i've heard it's crap.

maybe i should try one before making comments...
thanks I didnt know that a mouse with an external bluetooth hookup will work with an internal bluetooth hook up.
 

AP_piano295

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I DONT WANT THE APPLE MOUSE I NEED ATLEAST TWO BUTTONS AND A SCROLL WHEEL WHY IN THE HELL WONT JOPS MAKE TWO OR THREE BUTTON MICE :mad:
 

Over Achiever

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Actually I believe all bluetooth mice with the HID interface will work with the internal bluetooth, correct me if I'm wrong. Most bluetooth mice nowadays will have a HID profile, but some older ones didn't.

I believe Logitech has some good full-sized bluetooth mice.
 

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ham_man said:
There is the MX900 from Logitech, though it is nearly 100 dollars... :eek:
you can pick it up on ebay for a little above $60 + shipping.

Anyone know if its mac compatible (with all of the buttons)? only says windows 2k and xp...bummer
 

TaKashMoney

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I just bought the Radtech (Blutake) BT510. Its quite good i must admit and not quite as expensive as the logitech. Check it out.
 

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just ordered the microsoft bluetooth mouse $50 shipped off ebay...hope it works with my new ibook. i read a review on Amazon.com that said it worked wonderfully (including the horizontal scrolling). any one have experiece with this mouse on Tiger?
 

gamestriker

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adamjaskie said:
I think he specified "full-size" mice, which rules out the Bluetake.
The Bluetake isn't a mini mouse either. Its in the middle. And its probably one of the few very good affordable bluetooth mice. ;)