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This works on my Mac Mini with the software provided by Microsoft in the box.
I'm running Mac OSX 10.6.8 and it works fine on it. Only issue is that it
requires more power than the keyboard USB port can supply so it needs to be
plugged into the computer itself.
I'm left handed and I've found it works well for me although I do use the
buttons in a right handed configuration but I can't see that using them in a
left handed configuration would make any difference, should still
At $35 this mouse is everything you would expect and more. Very functional
and fun to use.
Its simplicity and accuracy is all you need in a mouse! I've tried other
gaming mice and they are either uncomfortable, too complicated, or just don't
quite feel right … This mouse from Microsoft is basic and works well :)
Even though it's not overly decked out with multitudes of features, this
mouse offers a whole lot of comfort and enough functionality for my gaming needs
(my videogaming consists mostly of action/adventure/rpg).
An excellent buy in the computer mouse department. The two buttons on the
side are exceptional for using as macros for various games and even for standard
desktop use. I would recommend this for casual, hardcore or enthusiasts of
gaming and even for a home PC user.
And the side button is hard to reach.
Amazing piece of tech for its price range. Love it to bits!! Couldnt ask
AWESOME mouse. Works extremely well. Used to having an old mouse. This is my
first Gaming mouse and I wouldn't go back. Must have for ANYONE and so cheap
right now. =]
Good value for a gaming mouse, having no problems with it. Replaced my G5
with just recently broke, only thing that may be a down-side is its slightly
smaller than a G5
Having used umpteen million mice and keyboards over the years, approximately
half of which are USB devices, I've never had a problem with using a USB mouse
or a keyboard on a Mac before. After all, there's a really well documented
standard that's been around since about 1992, right-
Well, meet the mouse that doesn't work on Mac. Apparently there is 3rd party
software that can fix it, but you need to buy it. So: if you intend to use your
mouse on a Mac, even part-time via KVM as this one was intended for, don't touch
Works fine in Windows… But also not via KVM.
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