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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by sparkie7, Oct 21, 2009.
clear or frosted? (sans mouse pad of course)
anyone who gets one, can they report back. thanks
I seriously doubt it, or they would have mentioned it in their marketing as a feature, like Logitech did with their Performance Mouse MX and their Anywhere Mouse MX.
em...from Apple's site..
Magic Mouse uses powerful laser tracking thats far more sensitive and responsive on more surfaces than traditional optical tracking. That means it tracks with precision on nearly every surface whether its a table at your favourite cafe or the desk in your home office without the need for a mousepad
Just wanted some clarification. Maybe on frosted glass is will work, the frosting might be enough for the laser not to go straight through and work perhaps
gizmodo has already included in their review that it does will not work on glass surfaces and it does not have the advanced tracking as the new logitech performance series mice just introduced.
It doesn't seem to say anything about testing on glass tables. or am I missing something?
Apple Magic Mouse Review:
thanks for the link.
missed that review.
Just got a Magic Mouse and I have a glass desk and it won't work without a mousepad or solid surface, Other than that I really like it so far, the scrolling and two finger gesturing is pretty cool. Hope this helps