Apple Magic Mouse 2 (MLA02LL/A)

April 18, 2018 - Comment

Featuring a new design, Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries. Product Features The all new Magic Mouse 2 features a rechargeable battery and simplified design for an improved experience. Multi-Touch surface lets you easily swipe between web pages and scroll through documents, with the brush of a

Featuring a new design, Magic Mouse 2 is completely rechargeable, so you’ll eliminate the use of traditional batteries.

Product Features

  • The all new Magic Mouse 2 features a rechargeable battery and simplified design for an improved experience.
  • Multi-Touch surface lets you easily swipe between web pages and scroll through documents, with the brush of a finger.
  • Optimized foot design helps Magic Mouse 2 track easier and move with less resistance across your desk.
  • Pairs automatically with your Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer with OS X v10.11 or later,Built-in rechargeable battery, lasts over 1 month on a single charge, Lightning-to-USB Cable Included.
  • System Requirements : Bluetooth-enabled Mac computer with OS X v10.11 or later, Connections and Expansion:Bluetooth,Lightning port,Wireless

Comments

Clarissa in Texas says:

Love my Magic Mouse! (and hey! it right clicks!) Love my Magic Mouse! I was hesitant to spend the $75 on a mouse because the most I’d ever spent was $40 on a mouse. But a few fellow Mac users told me they wouldn’t go back to any other kind of mouse so when I got a gift card for my birthday to Amazon – I ordered myself a Magic Mouse 2. I love it.Note: At first – I went almost 3 weeks thinking that the Magic Mouse just didn’t right click. I thought that was bizarre but maybe something related to Apple? (I used a PC for 20 years…

Stratman351 says:

Built-in rechargeable battery makes all the difference. The only real difference between this and the original Magic Mouse is that this one has a self-contained rechargeable battery; you used a standard Apple Lightning cable to recharge it. Personally, I find this superior for three reasons. First, the battery cover on the original version tends to be somewhat loose and can rattle; it’s a minor quibble but one that bugged me. Second, the built-in battery seems to last longer than the Apple rechargeable AA batteries, which needed frequent…

P.K. Frary says:

Nice improvement over prior Magic Mouse but needs OS 10.11 My old mouse died and I needed a new mouse. I liked the Magic Mouse I owned a few years back and decided to buy one at my local Apple Store. The Magic Mouse 2 had just replaced the prior model so I ended up with Apple’s latest and greatest rodent.It automatically paired with my Mini (2013 vintage) under El Capitan (10.11) but gave a low battery warning. I grabbed a cable to charge it and was surprised to find the Lightning port on the underside, forcing me to stop working. I took a…

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