Mighty Mouse?

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  1. troublesome_killa

    troublesome_killa Member

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    do the new Macbook/Pro's come with Might Mouses??? I would imagine playing COD4 difficult with the track pad
  2. danielguitar15

    danielguitar15 New Member

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    nope you have to buy it separate
  3. thechungster

    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Nope, they just have the trackpad and that's it. You don't always have to use a Mighty Mouse, you can use a normal USB Mouse, that is compatible with MacOSX
  4. Abcmsaj

    Abcmsaj Retired Moderator

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    I've got a cheap £20 mouse that works with Macs, that'll do me when I get mine

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  5. iPhoneFTW

    iPhoneFTW New Member

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    The might mouse does compliment the Mac though, I have a £30 Microsoft mouse which works but it actually ruins the good looks of the Mac LOL
  6. kingkai

    kingkai New Member

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    i doubt apple will have the licensing to distribute mighty mouse on out of the box macs you'll have to buy the dvd
  7. River

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    I bought a Mighty Mouse, not really worth it, if you ask me. I was better off getting a Logitech Cordless Click with Bluetooth. Much better.

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