Traditional mice and most mice found on the market today have that ridiculous scroll wheel in the center. Scroll wheels are annoying for a couple of reasons. 1. The scrolling is jerky because it has to click from one scroll notch to the next scroll notch. Even if you find a way to smooth out the scrolling using a browser extension or something, you still get only 1 click at a time, so the page will scroll in a jerky fashion if you're scrolling too slowly. 2. Most scroll wheels don't do horizontal and if they do, it requires sort of tilting the wheel sideways which isn't all that useful. The Apple Magic Mouse is perfect in every single way. No restrictions on scrolling whatsoever. It's like you're using an iPhone. The motion is 1:1 with your finger movement if you're scrolling slowly and you can scroll fast by flicking quickly. The page will then move fast, but also gradually slow down (which is much better than just stopping abruptly in my opinion). Not only that, but the surface texture of the mouse is so smooth that your finger somehow effortlessly glides along and it's just so satisfying. The only thing I would change about the Magic Mouse is better drivers for Windows. The Apple Bootcamp drivers are a little finicky to install on my Classic Mac Pro due to it not being officially supported by Apple, so I have to instead download the iMac 17,1 bootcamp drivers and mess around with them until my scrolling starts to work. Even when I somehow get scrolling to work in Windows, it doesn't have the inertia scrolling that macOS and iPhone have. If you flick, the page will only go as far as your finger was able to go, so as soon as you let go, the page stops immediately, which can be a little jarring) If Apple released official windows drivers for their Magic Mouse, it would be even better. If you're gaming though, you'll probably want a mouse that has 2 separate buttons and more accurate tracking and higher DPI optics.