We've spent the day with Apple's latest Multi-Touch input device. Here are our first impressions, as well as some details about Apple's recent trackpad software update, which also brings benefits to the company's laptops.
This mouse is very comfortable, feels sturdy, and all of its buttons (except the thumb button) are in the right places.
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