Great Alternatives To Apple's Magic Mouse

Great Alternatives To Apple's Magic Mouse

Joel Pirela
Mar 15, 2011

The ubiquitous and humble computer mouse is the peripheral that interacts with our hand more than possibly anything else we use daily. It's responsible for every command and input we send to our computer while working, so we believe in the importance of choosing the right mouse (hardcore gamers definitely understand). With the implementation of touch sensitive surfaces and smooth scroll and clicks input, the next generation of mice are way beyond what we used 3 years ago, including these two very different shaped mice from Microsoft and Asus...

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
With a dramatic design, this stylish mouse is a perfect fit for a designer. Flick to scroll down the page. Tap to stay where you want. Very ergonomic, it can be flatten to pack. Curve to turn on. Flatten to turn off. No button to switch. A green light flashes to show the battery is working, and then turns off to save battery life. Works on difficult surfaces, rough glossy, or soft. The 2.4 GHz wireless USB Nano Transceiver connects wirelessly right out of the box with virtually no interference and has up to a 30-foot wireless range.

Asus Touch Mouse
The WX-DL is a touch sensitive optical wireless mouse. Its round shape differentiates from the Apple Magic Mouse, and most other mice currently on the market. The shape does, however, strike a resemblance to the Mac "puck" mouse that came with the blue and white G3s and the first iMacs. It may take a while to get used to it.

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