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Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray

Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray

Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
Apple Magic Mouse 2 (Wireless, Rechargable) - Space Gray
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Features

  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.
  • And the Multi-Touch surface allows you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is ready to go right out of the box and pairs automatically with your Mac.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.

Product Dimensions 5.07 x 2.89 x 1.4 inches


Item Weight 7.7 ounces


Manufacturer Apple Computer (Direct)


ASIN B07BR94PPD


Item model number MRME2LL/A


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available November 1, 2018


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Delivery

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Features

  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.
  • And the Multi-Touch surface allows you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is ready to go right out of the box and pairs automatically with your Mac.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.

Product Dimensions 5.07 x 2.89 x 1.4 inches


Item Weight 7.7 ounces


Manufacturer Apple Computer (Direct)


ASIN B07BR94PPD


Item model number MRME2LL/A


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available November 1, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.
  • And the Multi-Touch surface allows you to perform simple gestures such as swiping between web pages and scrolling through documents.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is ready to go right out of the box and pairs automatically with your Mac.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.
  • It’s lighter, has fewer moving parts thanks to its built-in battery and continuous bottom shell, and has an optimized foot design — all helping Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.

Product Dimensions 5.07 x 2.89 x 1.4 inches


Item Weight 7.7 ounces


Manufacturer Apple Computer (Direct)


ASIN B07BR94PPD


Item model number MRME2LL/A


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available November 1, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews I share my experience with my first Magic Mouse 2 after 3 weeks using it: Pros: #1 Internal battery so there is no need to change it #2 Cable is provided to charge the mouse #3 Gestures are supported on this mouse so once you master them there is no need to use the Macbook's trackpad, a productivity boost once all the gestures are learned #4 Is very portable Cons: #1 $76 for a mouse? Yes, it is really expensive and I bought it to experience it. Will recommend buying it? Probably only if you want to spend a lot of money #2 Precision: mouse's DPI is 1300, really sucks here as most current mouses have more than 10.000 and can be dynamically set. Also if you need to work with several monitors, this means you need to move your hand a lot to have the cursor moved. #3 Bluetooth connection lost is constant on the Macbook... For a $76 device !!! ... This kind of issues are expected only on cheap devices. #4 Ergonomics: this is a mouse you won't want to hold for several hours. I'm a software developer so I'm face to face with a computer at least 8h per day and trust me, I keep switching to the trackpad constantly because of this mouse. Hope you find this short review useful, I'll love to see a more decent version of this device in the future as it's ok if we were in 2012, but for 2018 it is lacking.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great for gestures use only but expensive and not as precise as you will expect for $76;;Luis Ramirez Castro;;;It's beautiful, works out of the box (just like you'd expect Apple products to work) and brings a lot of handy features. You can read all about that from the other 5-star reviews, internet so I won't repeat any of that here. This review is solely about what doesn't work - ergonomics. The design is not palm friendly and a few mins of usage will bring you pain as no other mouse has. To fix this, you need to make some additional investments - in the form of widening grips ASIN:B01MT7EN0F and a foam pad (google for Magic Mouse Fixed) that adds the palm-friendly contour to the mouse (see attached screenshot). I just got my foam but found it wasn't sufficient - you need the widening grips too. Another feature that is highly annoying is that the back of the mouse also acts as a touchpad, so every time you try to click a link and your finger touches the surface, the web page will scroll a little. This little jump will make you miss the link as you need to move the mouse cursor to the new point or undo the scroll. As workarounds, you can lower tracking sensitivity or not use the touchpad feature at all - at which point you wasted 100 bucks for a glorified dumb mouse. The foam and the widening grips can alleviate this issue as they prevent the contact from happening. So go ahead and spend 100 bucks on a stylish mouse, then spend around 30 bucks more in fixing it and you'll have the best mouse in the world. Or you can save those 100 bucks, and use the extra bucks to buy another Bluetooth mouse that will be little less smooth and not so sexy looking but will work just fine and not give you Carpal Tunnel.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Stylish, functional, expensive Carpal Tunnel device;;H. Panda;;;Love my Magic Mouse! I was hesitant to spend the $75 on a mouse because the most I'd ever spent was $40 on a mouse. But a few fellow Mac users told me they wouldn't go back to any other kind of mouse so when I got a gift card for my birthday to Amazon - I ordered myself a Magic Mouse 2. I love it. Note: At first - I went almost 3 weeks thinking that the Magic Mouse just didn't right click. I thought that was bizarre but maybe something related to Apple? (I used a PC for 20 years before getting a Mac a couple years ago so just assumed it was one of those wonky Mac things I had to get used to) Then I did a facepalm moment and was like "DUH... you could just Google it..." And sure enough - the Magic Mouse has a right click option. You have to go into your system preferences and select Mouse and then you can select the right click option. So, for those of us who MUST have the right click option: mystery solved ;-);;Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love my Magic Mouse! (and hey! it right clicks!);;Clarissa;;;I've been at this computer thing for a while. I have owned any number of mice, trackpads, and trackballs (anyone remember Missile Command?). Let me start by saying that the tracking on this mouse makes using it more positive, especially on a pad. That said, some comments. First, this mouse is very flat. While a low profile is aesthetically pleasing, you have to slightly decelerate your hand before holding the mouse. Otherwise, you'll activate either the physical button, or the virtual scroll (which moves the page you're looking at). This is an irritation every time I touch the mouse. The design encourages you to palm it, which is great, it's very comfortable once you've decelerated. However, because of the grip and my hand size (fingers for a piano) the middle finger rests on exactly where the divider for left and right mouse clicks go. This means that a right mouse click will not register unless lifting my middle finger off the device. Imagine a slight irritation every time you right click. Finally, this device is symmetrical front to back with the Apple logo at the bottom. The reason it's easy to mistake using it upside-down is because the logo acts as a visual cue for action, which is exactly the opposite of the way this device works. Also, it does not pair automatically in Bootcamp. It is nice-looking, its coating shines in the light, and it has a striking aluminum build at the bottom. The build is invisible in normal use. The reason I still use it is because it supports gestures using a gliding motion instead of a physical wheel. In a way, it's a piece of art. But it's not a marvel in design.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not Very Comfortable;;Jim R.

Shipping

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Luis Ramirez Castro - Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2018
Great for gestures use only but expensive and not as precise as you will expect for $76
I share my experience with my first Magic Mouse 2 after 3 weeks using it: Pros: #1 Internal battery so there is no need to change it #2 Cable is provided to charge the mouse #3 Gestures are supported on this mouse so once you master them there is no need to use the Macbook's trackpad, a productivity boost once all the gestures are learned #4 Is very portable Cons: #1 $76 for a mouse? Yes, it is really expensive and I bought it to experience it. Will recommend buying it? Probably only if you want to spend a lot of money #2 Precision: mouse's DPI is 1300, really sucks here as most current mouses have more than 10.000 and can be dynamically set. Also if you need to work with several monitors, this means you need to move your hand a lot to have the cursor moved. #3 Bluetooth connection lost is constant on the Macbook... For a $76 device !!! ... This kind of issues are expected only on cheap devices. #4 Ergonomics: this is a mouse you won't want to hold for several hours. I'm a software developer so I'm face to face with a computer at least 8h per day and trust me, I keep switching to the trackpad constantly because of this mouse. Hope you find this short review useful, I'll love to see a more decent version of this device in the future as it's ok if we were in 2012, but for 2018 it is lacking.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By H. Panda - Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Stylish, functional, expensive Carpal Tunnel device
It's beautiful, works out of the box (just like you'd expect Apple products to work) and brings a lot of handy features. You can read all about that from the other 5-star reviews, internet so I won't repeat any of that here. This review is solely about what doesn't work - ergonomics. The design is not palm friendly and a few mins of usage will bring you pain as no other mouse has. To fix this, you need to make some additional investments - in the form of widening grips ASIN:B01MT7EN0F and a foam pad (google for Magic Mouse Fixed) that adds the palm-friendly contour to the mouse (see attached screenshot). I just got my foam but found it wasn't sufficient - you need the widening grips too. Another feature that is highly annoying is that the back of the mouse also acts as a touchpad, so every time you try to click a link and your finger touches the surface, the web page will scroll a little. This little jump will make you miss the link as you need to move the mouse cursor to the new point or undo the scroll. As workarounds, you can lower tracking sensitivity or not use the touchpad feature at all - at which point you wasted 100 bucks for a glorified dumb mouse. The foam and the widening grips can alleviate this issue as they prevent the contact from happening. So go ahead and spend 100 bucks on a stylish mouse, then spend around 30 bucks more in fixing it and you'll have the best mouse in the world. Or you can save those 100 bucks, and use the extra bucks to buy another Bluetooth mouse that will be little less smooth and not so sexy looking but will work just fine and not give you Carpal Tunnel.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Clarissa - Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2017
Love my Magic Mouse! (and hey! it right clicks!)
Love my Magic Mouse! I was hesitant to spend the $75 on a mouse because the most I'd ever spent was $40 on a mouse. But a few fellow Mac users told me they wouldn't go back to any other kind of mouse so when I got a gift card for my birthday to Amazon - I ordered myself a Magic Mouse 2. I love it. Note: At first - I went almost 3 weeks thinking that the Magic Mouse just didn't right click. I thought that was bizarre but maybe something related to Apple? (I used a PC for 20 years before getting a Mac a couple years ago so just assumed it was one of those wonky Mac things I had to get used to) Then I did a facepalm moment and was like "DUH... you could just Google it..." And sure enough - the Magic Mouse has a right click option. You have to go into your system preferences and select Mouse and then you can select the right click option. So, for those of us who MUST have the right click option: mystery solved ;-)

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Jim R. - Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
Not Very Comfortable
I've been at this computer thing for a while. I have owned any number of mice, trackpads, and trackballs (anyone remember Missile Command?). Let me start by saying that the tracking on this mouse makes using it more positive, especially on a pad. That said, some comments. First, this mouse is very flat. While a low profile is aesthetically pleasing, you have to slightly decelerate your hand before holding the mouse. Otherwise, you'll activate either the physical button, or the virtual scroll (which moves the page you're looking at). This is an irritation every time I touch the mouse. The design encourages you to palm it, which is great, it's very comfortable once you've decelerated. However, because of the grip and my hand size (fingers for a piano) the middle finger rests on exactly where the divider for left and right mouse clicks go. This means that a right mouse click will not register unless lifting my middle finger off the device. Imagine a slight irritation every time you right click. Finally, this device is symmetrical front to back with the Apple logo at the bottom. The reason it's easy to mistake using it upside-down is because the logo acts as a visual cue for action, which is exactly the opposite of the way this device works. Also, it does not pair automatically in Bootcamp. It is nice-looking, its coating shines in the light, and it has a striking aluminum build at the bottom. The build is invisible in normal use. The reason I still use it is because it supports gestures using a gliding motion instead of a physical wheel. In a way, it's a piece of art. But it's not a marvel in design.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Luis Ramirez Castro - Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2018
Great for gestures use only but expensive and not as precise as you will expect for $76
I share my experience with my first Magic Mouse 2 after 3 weeks using it: Pros: #1 Internal battery so there is no need to change it #2 Cable is provided to charge the mouse #3 Gestures are supported on this mouse so once you master them there is no need to use the Macbook's trackpad, a productivity boost once all the gestures are learned #4 Is very portable Cons: #1 $76 for a mouse? Yes, it is really expensive and I bought it to experience it. Will recommend buying it? Probably only if you want to spend a lot of money #2 Precision: mouse's DPI is 1300, really sucks here as most current mouses have more than 10.000 and can be dynamically set. Also if you need to work with several monitors, this means you need to move your hand a lot to have the cursor moved. #3 Bluetooth connection lost is constant on the Macbook... For a $76 device !!! ... This kind of issues are expected only on cheap devices. #4 Ergonomics: this is a mouse you won't want to hold for several hours. I'm a software developer so I'm face to face with a computer at least 8h per day and trust me, I keep switching to the trackpad constantly because of this mouse. Hope you find this short review useful, I'll love to see a more decent version of this device in the future as it's ok if we were in 2012, but for 2018 it is lacking.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By H. Panda - Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Stylish, functional, expensive Carpal Tunnel device
It's beautiful, works out of the box (just like you'd expect Apple products to work) and brings a lot of handy features. You can read all about that from the other 5-star reviews, internet so I won't repeat any of that here. This review is solely about what doesn't work - ergonomics. The design is not palm friendly and a few mins of usage will bring you pain as no other mouse has. To fix this, you need to make some additional investments - in the form of widening grips ASIN:B01MT7EN0F and a foam pad (google for Magic Mouse Fixed) that adds the palm-friendly contour to the mouse (see attached screenshot). I just got my foam but found it wasn't sufficient - you need the widening grips too. Another feature that is highly annoying is that the back of the mouse also acts as a touchpad, so every time you try to click a link and your finger touches the surface, the web page will scroll a little. This little jump will make you miss the link as you need to move the mouse cursor to the new point or undo the scroll. As workarounds, you can lower tracking sensitivity or not use the touchpad feature at all - at which point you wasted 100 bucks for a glorified dumb mouse. The foam and the widening grips can alleviate this issue as they prevent the contact from happening. So go ahead and spend 100 bucks on a stylish mouse, then spend around 30 bucks more in fixing it and you'll have the best mouse in the world. Or you can save those 100 bucks, and use the extra bucks to buy another Bluetooth mouse that will be little less smooth and not so sexy looking but will work just fine and not give you Carpal Tunnel.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Clarissa - Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2017
Love my Magic Mouse! (and hey! it right clicks!)
Love my Magic Mouse! I was hesitant to spend the $75 on a mouse because the most I'd ever spent was $40 on a mouse. But a few fellow Mac users told me they wouldn't go back to any other kind of mouse so when I got a gift card for my birthday to Amazon - I ordered myself a Magic Mouse 2. I love it. Note: At first - I went almost 3 weeks thinking that the Magic Mouse just didn't right click. I thought that was bizarre but maybe something related to Apple? (I used a PC for 20 years before getting a Mac a couple years ago so just assumed it was one of those wonky Mac things I had to get used to) Then I did a facepalm moment and was like "DUH... you could just Google it..." And sure enough - the Magic Mouse has a right click option. You have to go into your system preferences and select Mouse and then you can select the right click option. So, for those of us who MUST have the right click option: mystery solved ;-)

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Jim R. - Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2017
Not Very Comfortable
I've been at this computer thing for a while. I have owned any number of mice, trackpads, and trackballs (anyone remember Missile Command?). Let me start by saying that the tracking on this mouse makes using it more positive, especially on a pad. That said, some comments. First, this mouse is very flat. While a low profile is aesthetically pleasing, you have to slightly decelerate your hand before holding the mouse. Otherwise, you'll activate either the physical button, or the virtual scroll (which moves the page you're looking at). This is an irritation every time I touch the mouse. The design encourages you to palm it, which is great, it's very comfortable once you've decelerated. However, because of the grip and my hand size (fingers for a piano) the middle finger rests on exactly where the divider for left and right mouse clicks go. This means that a right mouse click will not register unless lifting my middle finger off the device. Imagine a slight irritation every time you right click. Finally, this device is symmetrical front to back with the Apple logo at the bottom. The reason it's easy to mistake using it upside-down is because the logo acts as a visual cue for action, which is exactly the opposite of the way this device works. Also, it does not pair automatically in Bootcamp. It is nice-looking, its coating shines in the light, and it has a striking aluminum build at the bottom. The build is invisible in normal use. The reason I still use it is because it supports gestures using a gliding motion instead of a physical wheel. In a way, it's a piece of art. But it's not a marvel in design.