New Mouse/Keyboard for Mac mini?

ikkydesign

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Mar 6, 2008
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I am about to get a mac mini and it looks like my G500 Logitech mouse is not supported. After a quick search it looks like there is no wired mouse from logitech that is supported. This is sad sad news. The Mightly mouse is a joke and I could never use a wireless mouse, specially one that was not ergonomic. Is there a hack or app that I can download to get my G500 working? Or do I need a new mouse? Can anyone recommend a great corded mouse for me that works on a mac?

I ordered a G15 keyboard for my new mac mini because it appears that it works on a mac? Does anyone use this keyboard? I guess I should have done more research. Any feed back would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks!
 

ADent

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Sep 9, 2007
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You can take a look at USB Overdrive.

I use Microsoft keyboards and mice and many of their models are supported indirectly (ie you plug it in and mostly works) and directly with drivers (ie everything works).
 

ikkydesign

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Mar 6, 2008
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You can take a look at USB Overdrive.

I use Microsoft keyboards and mice and many of their models are supported indirectly (ie you plug it in and mostly works) and directly with drivers (ie everything works).
Got my Mac Mini today. =D and the USB Overdrive is great. Before my G500 was slow and not all the buttons worked.
Thanks :)

I also re-maped the Windows and Ctrl keys. :)
 

nemrod

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Mar 23, 2008
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Got my Mac Mini today. =D and the USB Overdrive is great. Before my G500 was slow and not all the buttons worked.
Thanks :)

I also re-maped the Windows and Ctrl keys. :)
Hi,

I'm looking gor a G500 but a fully operational one, does anyone tried drivers like Steermouse or USB overdrive (Button, wheel, resolution ...) ?

Thanks
 
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