Get your hands on a wonderful Apple Magic Mouse that clicks, swipes, and scrolls with ease without having to pay full price. If you act now, this renewed Magic Mouse can be yours for just $55.

The built-in laser technology that powers the Magic Mouse delivers twenty times the performance of standard optical tracking so you know you are guaranteed an excellent experience if you are coming from a standard non-laser mouse. It comes with built-in miniature sensors that are designed to detect even the slightest movement in order to translate those movements to screen action.

One of the great things about the Magic Mouse is that it also comes with an exceptional design that matches other Apple hardware. It comes with Bluetooth technology and touch-sensitive technology to enable a cutting-edge experience. You can use the mouse for movement, clicking, swiping, and scrolling. It supports multi-touch gestures and everything can be configured directly from within macOS to determine how gestures work and which gestures are mapped to certain functionality on things like web pages and apps.

One thing to note is that you will be getting an exceptional experience but it will be from a renewed product. This pre-owned product is not Apple certified but has been professionally inspected, tested and cleaned by Amazon-qualified suppliers. Amazon has also ensured that it will have a battery experience that exceeds 80% capacity relative to when it was purchased new. If you are happy to accept those very slight caveats, then you can get an exceptional Apple Magic Mouse experience for just $55.

Stocks of this Apple hardware won’t last long so, if you are interested in purchasing and making a saving, then you should act with haste. Make sure to get it into your cart right now. There are no discount codes or coupons required in order to achieve this price.

Buy: Apple Magic Bluetooth Wireless Laser Mouse, Renewed from Amazon: $55 | Original price: $70

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