If you’re familiar with Superman, you probably know about his twin from the Bizarro world, where everything is backwards and Superman has a kind of angled, misshapen face. That seems to be the perfect analogy for comparing Apple’s sleek Magic Mouse with this Eastern Times DS-2375.
It’s a clone, yeah, and I honestly wonder how well it works. Capacitive touch surfaces aren’t cheap, and this mouse almost certainly is. Does it use a different method? Does it just use a series of touch-sensitive dots in the areas you’re supposed to touch?
It does have some features even Apple can’t match, though. I think I’ve successfully performed the “tickle roll function” before, and she liked it.