1. James Falconer's Avatar
    Hey all,

    I have a longstanding and ongoing battle with the Apple Mighty Mouse. Believe I'm on my 4th (yes 4th) version of the mouse.

    The first one I purchased, the battery door was somehow dented. The door would not close properly, making the mouse usable only if I left the door off. Apple kindly sent me a replacement.

    The second (replacement) mighty mouse stopped working about 3 months into its tenure. I still liked the mouse enough to purchase another one, which I did, and that one broke another 6 months later.

    I must be a sucker for punishment, because I picked up another one, and I've been using it to this day.

    My questions are:

    1. Anyone else out there having similar issues with the Mighty Mouse?
    2. Am I a sucker for going back to the Mighty Mouse?
    3. Are there any good alternatives? The reason I keep going back is I love the design and feel of it... and it works really well for me (at least, when it's working)
    10-17-2013 09:24 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    Hey all,

    I have a longstanding and ongoing battle with the Apple Mighty Mouse. Believe I'm on my 4th (yes 4th) version of the mouse.

    The first one I purchased, the battery door was somehow dented. The door would not close properly, making the mouse usable only if I left the door off. Apple kindly sent me a replacement.

    The second (replacement) mighty mouse stopped working about 3 months into its tenure. I still liked the mouse enough to purchase another one, which I did, and that one broke another 6 months later.

    I must be a sucker for punishment, because I picked up another one, and I've been using it to this day.

    My questions are:

    1. Anyone else out there having similar issues with the Mighty Mouse?
    1. No sir, but I'm content with my MacBook's mousepad...
    2. Am I a sucker for going back to the Mighty Mouse?
    (laughing)..That's debatable...
  3. Are there any good alternatives? The reason I keep going back is I love the design and feel of it... and it works really well for me (at least, when it's working)