Wireless USB mouse

jorenbrouillard

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Jun 1, 2013
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Hi, little question, didn't find it anywhere...

Is it possible to use a wireless USB mouse (logitech M310) without de USB-thing, but on the Bluetooth feature of my MacBook Pro itself?

thanks for the help!
 

maflynn

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Logitech mice require that dongle thingy, no way around it AFAIK. If you get a regular BT mouse such as apple's then avoid such additions
 

jorenbrouillard

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Jun 1, 2013
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Yeah, figures... Thought there could be a way to get rid of that little monstrosity... Got it as a gift...
 

saberahul

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Logitech mice require that dongle thingy, no way around it AFAIK. If you get a regular BT mouse such as apple's then avoid such additions
AFAIK they have (or had) a model which was BT only without the dongle. Till the time the mouse uses BT technology you can use it with the Mac. I currently use a Microsoft mouse (which specifically says Windows only) on the Mac and it works well. The principle is simple - the mouse should have BT and for the purposes of being used as a mouse, it should have the BT profile for Mouse which is universal across all platforms.