I know it isn't exactly what you are looking for, but the Logitech revolution mice are just so much better - they fit your hand so well and seem to be made of much better materials. The only downside for you with a laptop is the USB receiver, but it is only an inch long, and the other dimenstions are the same as the USB port - the VX revolution even has a slot in it to store the receiver.
However whilst they aren't the 'best' ...the mighty mouse (wired & bt) are my second choices.
I'm only in the market for a BT Mouse right now - so I'll be purchasing the Apple BT soon - however if razor made a wireless - I'd not think twice about it.
I really need a BT with my portable, just the ease of use, packing it a bag etc - whilst I don't really care about wires or no wires (from an aesthetic perspective) - I do care about what will be easy for me to manage going between meetings and I think that little tail will just get annoying after a while.
Personally I don't know what all the nay-sayers are on about. The Mighty Mouse works flawlessly for me. It performs exactly as it should. It's a great mouse and I have no regrets ever buying it. I've had many BT mice in the past and none of them match up to the Mighty Mouse.
Others either skip, have lousy tracking, are not real accurate or run through batteries too quickly. The Mighty Mouse is fantastic. Batteries last for ages, it's precise, never skips and is easy to use. I've read people complain about the right click, but I've never had a problem using it.
I can't detect any difference in the way it detects left & right click. Hold it the wrong way and both will misbehave just fine.
The wireless does work better for me and it's due to one single reason, which nevertheless seems to make a major difference to the user: The weight. The bigger inertia makes more sense out of the Apple mouse movement curve which I've never really got to grips with.
Both however lose to my wireless Microsoft mouse which costs half as much as the Wireless MM (apart from the scroll ball on either MM, which is nice).
Apple lets go of the one button mouse interface and voila a great device. Tracks well and has lots of options. Also something few other wireless mice offer is a power switch that doubles as a lens cover for sticking in your bag when you're on the go.
I've had wired and BT they seam to perform consitently.
Keep your hands clean, if debris gets in the trackball it takes a while to get working right again.
Its the perfect mouse to buy with a new Mac. I got mine at the Apple Store Bluewater. The guy was very knowladgeable, but he couldn't get the new Chip 'n' PIN dohickies to work properly (only on one machine though).
i would def say pick em out right now actually have 4 mighty mice, 2 wire 2 bt. but with any piece of electric equipment there will be duds. a duud blue tooth mighty mouse came with it. im waiting for the replacement right now . but def a good pickup
I've used the wired Mighty Mouse. Here's a rough and short review of it, IMO:
+ Nice overall design + Very customizable, usefull for Exposé and Dashboard
- Scroll ball slightly too small - After a while scroll ball would get "stuck", mainly when scrolling down. This requires cleaning the scroll ball often. If you search for them, you'll find plenty of threads discussing this.
Overall I thought the Mighy Mouse was a decent mouse. But I really had issues with the scroll ball. Apple really needs to redesign that. Although it doesn't really apply here since you want wireless, the cord kept getting in my way....but that's pretty much for all wired mice.