Review: The Magic Charger for Magic Mouse

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A while back I unboxed the Magic Charger, a wireless inductive charger for Apple’s Magic Mouse. Here’s my review. Buy via Amazon: difran.co Watch Me Live: daviddifran.co Social Me: Twitter: ‪twitter.com Twitter app: twitter.apprats.com Facebook: ‪www.facebook.com Facebook App: ‪apps.facebook.com Podcast on iTunes: daviddifran.co My Websites: Personal Site: daviddifran.co TekSocial ‪teksocial.com‬ Ad for 5 adfor5.com Web Hosting Discounts Squarespace: teksocial.com Go Daddy: teksocial.com Other Channels: Mobile Videos: youtube.com TekSocial Video: youtube.com

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25 Responses to “Review: The Magic Charger for Magic Mouse”

  1. technicsboy11 Says:

    how much can u buy a magic mouse in canada

  2. Scooby0428 Says:

    My apple rechargeable batts do the percent thing to I think it’s the reachable stuff

  3. kevm9991 Says:

    Great review should be coming to my house in a couple of days.

  4. nickwoodman08 Says:

    im having the same issue with dropping my mouse an inch, or hard clicks, and im not even using the battery pack.

  5. mszigetihu Says:

    @davidcoady91 Obviously, batteries are not going to die when you want it. And like 999 times from 1000, it will die when you’re working. If it still has some power in it when you recharge at night, it slowly kills the battery, it’s like a basic knowledge about batteries.

  6. MyRandomReviews Says:

    You complained it charged a little slowly, and if it was solar powered it’s gonna take multiple days, maybe weeks to charge.

  7. TheBallTongue Says:

    This new voice over thing looks great, and very professional.

  8. davidcoady91 Says:

    @mszigetihu here is an idea to solve your problem charge it at night when you go to bed problem solved

  9. FreihEitner Says:

    @mszigetihu What makes no sense to me is wanting a wireless mouse and then having something plugged in which your mouse sits on for much of the day. There are these amazing things called wired mice — they never need to be recharged and never suffer from interference.

  10. MAYTHEDARKRISE Says:

    Hey David, i just want to ask you that what are the timings for your live streams? 😀 plz reply

  11. banihex Says:

    David, there are backpacks that have solar panels to recharge apple devices. You could get one and take it out, or build your own (instructions via google).

    I have 2 string of lamps in my boat that I power via a very small solar panel. If your window is facing South, you could make it a reality!

  12. markminors Says:

    Loving the new video style in the previous two videos. Cool cut-away shots with dissolve transitions while you talk underneath them! Good stuff!

  13. igeekone Says:

    “PIck your poison” means pick your alcoholic drink. Alcohol is a poison because when drank at high levels is it harmful, obviously.

  14. 1972jeepcommando Says:

    Ug stupid iPad

  15. 1972jeepcommando Says:

    I mention base

  16. 1972jeepcommando Says:

    Could you plug the bade station in to the iPad charger.

  17. GeekFiftyFive Says:

    Personally, I would rather get several months of battery life and change the batteries every now and then

  18. BMB063 Says:

    This is definitely cool, but wouldnt it be cheaper in the long and short run to just use regular batteries. I mean batteries are much cheaper and I don’t have to replace mine very much. Even after years I feel like this charger is not someone to buy to save money…

  19. Dell0304 Says:

    @sahaj376 OH BOY!

  20. MrRahulmax Says:

    need another room tour pls this time a better one but your last one was awesome

  21. MrRahulmax Says:

    need another room tour pls

  22. MrRahulmax Says:

    need another room tour

  23. mszigetihu Says:

    @thecreativeone Obviously, but what if it runs out when you’re working?

  24. thecreativeone Says:

    @mszigetihu Six hours may seem like a long charge time, but it’s really not if you decided to do it while sleeping. At least that’s how I have been charging it.

  25. mszigetihu Says:

    This thing does not make any sense, obviously. Who has six hours to wait for the charge? It’s much better to keep some fully charged batteries and when the ones in MM goes out, you just quickly replace it, and recharge them. Yeah, this stuff is elegant and perfectly fits for this whole Mac lifestyle which i like, but this charger is not too practical from any point (price, slowlyness).

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