Apple's new wireless Magic Mouse features a multi-touch surface sitting atop an aluminum base
Apple's new Magic Mouse
The Magic Mouse's multi-touch surface enables single-button click, two-button click, 360 degree scrolling, screen zoom and two-finger swipe
The Magic Mouse has a multi-touch surface on top, aluminum on the bottom
The Apple rumor-mill’s speculation of a replacement for the Mighty Mouse has been borne out today, with Apple introducing the world’s first wireless multi-touch “Magic Mouse”. As with all Apple designs, the new mouse is a lesson in minimalist design with no buttons, scroll wheels or “nipples” on display. Instead, the entire top of the aluminum-based mouse is a seamless hard acrylic multi-touch surface that lets users navigate using the finger gestures made popular on other Apple devices, such as the iPod touch, iPhone and Macbook trackpads.
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