MacBook users (and desktop Mac users as well) are often as enamored of their hardware's look as its performance, so a healthy side industry has popped up for accessories that share Apple's basic design cues. Accessory maker Targus has a new line of Mac-flavored devices, including this one, called, simply, the Wireless Mouse for Mac. A similar Bluetooth model, the Targus Bluetooth Laser Mouse for Mac, is also available.
This $49 mouse has an all-white body, and even though the latest MacBooks are all aluminum, white is still the universal Mac color in many minds. There are large left and right mouse buttons, plus two small programmable thumb buttons on the left side of the base.
The mouse is powered by two AA batteries, and a mini USB dongle is hidden inside the battery compartment, which is accessed by lifting off the top of the mouse. The receiver only sticks out from the USB port a few millimeters when in use, so you can leave it plugged in all the time without it getting in the way.
At 4.6 inches long by 2.5 inches wide by 1.5 inches tall (at its highest point), it's a bit big for travel, although the body design, which curves up in the middle and tapers at either end, is comfortable even for long stretches.