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Except for the scroll ball, the surface of Apple Computer’s new wireless Mighty Mouse looks like its standard, single-button Bluetooth mouse. The right and left buttons are actually touch sensors hidden by the mouse’s white shell.
The Mac maker claims that Mighty Mouse’s laser tracking engine is 20 times more sensitive than that of a normal optical mouse.
The original, wired Mighty Mouse debuted last year. Its key feature: the scroll ball, which enables 360-degree movement with one finger. Touch-sensitive technology under the top shell detects where you’re clicking.
Three previous generations of Apple mice: Apple’s “hockey puck” mouse, the Pro Mouse and the tailed Mighty Mouse.