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Looking for a good mouse

It seems that I always destroy my Apple Mouse at least in every 3-5 months.

Apple Mouse

Because of my RSI I almost daily change the input device, between a Kensington Expert Mouse Pro and the Apple Mouse. The Kensington seems to be a very tough guy as it has been working flawlessly for more than 3 years now, and you can guess… I killed many Apple mice during this period.

Now I’m looking for a reliable, preferably very comfortable mouse with additional programmable buttons that works with the Mac too, and has wire. I know it’s 2015, but I still prefer these ones instead of the cordless ones. For some reason I can’t work with a pen tablet. I tried many models from Wacom, it’s simply not for me sadly.

Please suggest me good alternatives in the comments, or in email or through the contact form. Thank you.

4 Comments

  1. Thank you! I definitely consider it, seems to be a very good one.
    Tamas

  2. Richard

    Hi Tamas,

    I like the Razer Deathadder and finde it very comfortable. But with all third partry mice it uses a software to run the Programmable keys and macros. The Synapse software has nice features, you might take a look at it. But you have to install it on every machine you want u use it. Have you considert using the Apple magic mouse?

    • Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll check it out. I tried the magic mouse, but sadly it’s not for me. It made my hand hurt even more. I liked the idea though.

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