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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.


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

  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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