Pros Works well on Macs, lack ergonomics, good look is not everything.
Cons Shape, lack of Boo Camp support for Windows.
Summary The Magic Mouse's slim profile is just too close to the table to use efficiently. Lack of ergonomics is very disappointing and maybe even painful after few hours of work.
Lack of support by Boot Camp makes magic Mouse very limited if I need to use it in Windows. Half price Logitech will do better job than Magic Mouse.
Need ergonomics and software improvement. Nothing magic for the end user....
"Not an improvement"on by NervClaX
Pros Sleek design, effortless glide
Cons Too narrow, hand cramps, no feedback
Summary Steve Jobs continues his one-man war against buttons and tastes defeat. The Magic Mouse is pretty, but it is decidedly NOT and improvement for computer input devices. It makes me wonder whether they did any consumer research before putting it into production, or they were blinded by their need to be secretive.
Pros Nice size. Comfortable. Felt solid. Liked scrolling up-down and side-side by dragging on surface. Better than scroll wheel or Apple's tiny trackball in old version.
Cons Still want physical buttons, especially for right and middle click.
Want it supported in MS Windows.
Summary Wait and see.
Pros Looks nice, simple design
Cons Very slow tracking even when adjusted to the fastest setting
Too thin wich makes it uncomfortable to use
Summary I was really excited when I saw this and I looked at reviews and decided to buy it and paired it with my macbook pro. After using it for 2 days, I decided to return it to apple. Like other people have said, the tracking is very slow even when it is set to the fastest setting. You have to download a 3rd party app in order to make it faster, and after i downloaded that it made the tracking uncomfortable (not sure how to explain but it didnt feel right). It is really thin and makes it very uncomfortable. I have a microsoft explorer bluetrack technology mouse which ive used for a while, and I like it a lot more than the magic mouse so i decided to stick with that. If you are thinking about getting one, you might want to go for a different one instead.
Pros The real beauty of this mouse, aside from its sleek outward appearance, is in its multitouch potential -- using a great app like BetterTouchTool, gestures can be added to replicate functions of MBP trackpads. And it works almost perfectly.
Cons The lack of built-in support for any gesturing beyond basic scrolling/flipping (which, though cool and useful, is too limited). This has already been corrected, though, by 3rd party software.
Summary This mouse essentially replicates the functionality of the trackpads on the MBP's, which I have grown to love and find indispensable in working with photos, and movies. The interface feels natural (if you are holding it correctly), and once implemented with the BTT app, gestures enabling up to 23 discrete movements( including 1, 2, and 3 finger touch, click and swipe, as well as pinch to zoom) are now capable of being assigned, in the same way as can be used with the trackpad. Will everyone like it? Of course not. But for people such as myself who have enjoyed the superior multitouch interface that the recent Mac laptops utilize, this will be the perfect addition to a desktop setup. It's not going to cause carpal tunnel, or give you cancer...but naturally, try it first before you buy it to see if it suits your needs.