These are the best mouse options for the Mac Studio
Apple has been gradually transitioning from Intel to its own lineup of chips. When you buy a Mac, you will likely be getting a computer powered by one of the M chips — as most of the Mac family has transitioned. And as this family of chips takes over, developers have been optimizing their apps for Apple silicon to deliver smoother experiences. One of the most powerful Apple computers at this point is the Mac Studio. It packs the M1 Ultra SoC and runs macOS Monterey out of the box. It’s worth noting, though, that it doesn’t come with a mouse, keyboard, or monitor. Here are the best mouse options available to buy for the Mac Studio.
If I personally had to choose one of these mice for my Mac Studio, I would totally go for the Apple Magic Mouse. It’s modern-looking, supports touch controls, and integrates well with macOS. What’s so great about mice, though, is that they’re relatively affordable. So you can buy more than one and use them based on the tasks you’re doing and what works best for each specific situation. For example, some people would rather not use their gaming mouse when working online. Connecting and disconnecting them takes little to no time or effort, too.
The Mac Studio starts at $1,999 in the US and is powered by either the M1 Max or M1 Ultra chip. It’s the first desktop computer to include Apple’s latter chip. Unlike the iMac, the Mac Studio doesn’t come with a built-in display, mouse, or keyboard. So it’s not an all-in-one (AiO) computer, and you will need to buy your own accessories separately. Taking its unrivaled power into consideration, the Mac Studio is aimed at Pro users rather than average ones.
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