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I've been using a Logitech MX1000 for the last while, which works beautifully for me.

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I've been using a Logitech MX1000 for the last while, which works beautifully for me.
Wow, this is creepy. I was about to mention the exact same thing. I'm using that mouse right now and I love it.

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I can't stand using a mouse anymore. I use the trackpad on my PowerBook and I have a Wacom tablet on my PowerMac. Both of them are way easier on my hands than a mouse ever was.

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I can't stand using a mouse anymore.
Me neither. Those stupid hockey puck mice ruined it for me. After years of using one my hand starts to cramp up if I even get near a mouse. Wacom tablets for me.

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[b] I can't stand using a mouse anymore.
Me neither. Those stupid hockey puck mice ruined it for me. After years of using one my hand starts to cramp up if I even get near a mouse. Wacom tablets for me. [/b]
I hear you. Hm, Inkwell has all but fallen off the side of the map!

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Interesting... but I'll wait for the 2nd version which will be improved, & wireless (presumably).

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I use a Wacom tablet in all of my art apps (which is where I spend most of my time anyway) and a Kensington Orbit optical trackball the rest of the time. Not a big fan of mice anymore.


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Ars Technica has posted a review of the new mouse.


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Yeah, the Ars review clarifys a lot of things about it. I'm interested in how the "trackball" feels, but I'm not exactly running out to my Apple Store to find out either smile

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Interesting move from Apple, but for my desktop I'll stick with my Kensington Expert Mouse (link) which I prefer over any mice I have touched the past years...

I have had a few other Kensington trackballs in the past (Orbit, Turbo Mouse 5, TurboBall) but this optical trackball has to be the best so far... No more greasy rollers...

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