Mobee Technology Magic Charger – Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212)

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Mobee Technology Magic Charger – Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212)

Mobee Technology Magic Charger - Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212)

  • Wireless charging technology for your Apple Magic Mouse
  • Ultra slim and portable charger for mobile users or those trying to keep desktop clutter to a minimum
  • Wireless charger eliminates the need to constantly replace batteries in you Magic Mouse by converting it to a rechargeable mouse
  • Base station is USB powered, no external power supply required

The Magic Charger from Mobee Technology is the world’s first inductive charger dedicated for the Apple Magic Mouse. It’s a magical solution to recharge your Magic Mouse that takes only 1 minute to setup. Never replace batteries again with Mobee’s magical wireless inductive charger–the sleek and unobtrusive design lets your mouse rest easy on a sleek charging station that plugs in to a USB port. A full charge takes approximately five hours and then lasts and lasts for worry-free pointing and clicking. Have to travel? No worries, because a full charge will last about six days. And if your trip is longer, the slim device is easily portable. From an aesthetic and design perspective, The Magic Charger will easily take a place on your desk and will definitely become the place where you leave your Magic Mouse when you leave your office. Simply place your Magic Mouse on the base station to charge Wireless Charging Technology Charging your Magic Mouse will be

List Price: $ 39.90

Price: $ 39.90

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3 thoughts on “Mobee Technology Magic Charger – Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212)

  1. 61 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Setting the record straight for those that has had bad experiences, December 18, 2011
    By 
    Benz “Chris” (Milwaukee, WI) –

    This review is from: Mobee Technology Magic Charger – Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212) (Personal Computers)

    [Note: I’m re-posting this to help others that are having some issues getting this to work]

    “Setting the record straight for those that has had bad experiences”

    Written by SG from CALGARY
    Dec 9, 2011

    Some past reviews complained of:
    1. Charger not working properly
    2. Battery remaining indicator doesn’t report properly in OSX
    3. Battery fit and finish is awful and inconsistent
    4. Charger base dies an early life
    5. Battery falls out
    6. Mouse bluetooth connectivity randomly fails

    Of these 6 major complains I can say this:
    1. Charger MUST not be placed on the aluminum base of the iMac or a metallic surface. The system works by using inductive charging. Metallic surfaces will completely render the charger useless. Place it on a wood desk and it will charge the battery fine.
    2. Normal alkaline/lithium AA batteries operate at 1.5 volts/battery. NiMH and Ni-Cad rechargeables are designed to work at 1.2 volts / battery. This 0.3 volts difference in the cells explains why the battery % indicator in OSX doesn’t report 100% charge b/c of this voltage difference. Apple SHOULD allow users of OSX to select the type of battery that is installed in their input devices so that the battery % indicator is more representative of what is the actual life instead of basing on the assumption that battery cell voltage is always 1.5 volts / battery when in a 100% state.
    3. Battery fit and finish in fact is excellent on the unit I purchased. The key is to pay close attention to the install. Place the upper portion of the battery into the mouse first and tip the battery into the mouse and engage the locking tab. Press firmly down on the battery further until you can manually move the locking tab into the fully engaged position. Once locked the slight outward pressure of the battery pack will keep it locked in place. I’ve banged my mouse around deliberately on my desk to make the battery pack disengage and fall out. So far so good.
    4. Can’t comment on the charger’s life expectancy but it does carry a 1 year warranty through Mobee Technologies and if you purchase it on a credit card then your warranty is doubled to 2 years anyways.
    5. Please refer to point 3 and FULLY engage the lock tab on the bottom of the mouse. Don’t just press fit it in, press firmly and LOCK the tab in place so it fully catches the edge of the lock tab cutout.
    6. Can’t say that in the few days I’ve used the mouse that I’ve lost connectivity. Some reports have said that the connectivity loss is a direct result of the battery falling out. If point 3 is followed then there should be no reason why the mouse would stop communicating with your computer.

    Overall after paying very close attention to the fine details of the charger and battery pack I give it a 4 star rating. Pay particular attention as to how the battery should be installed (tuck upper portion of the battery into mouse FIRST and then firmly lock the tab on the bottom. Last but not least don’t place the charger on ANY metal surfaces (esp the foot of the iMac base).

    Recommendations to improve this product:
    1. Include detailed install instructions so that others can’t inadvertently try to drop the battery pack into the mouse without first tucking in the upper edge. Common sense isn’t so common for some users.
    2. Not related to product – Apple OSX needs to revise their battery reporting schema to allow users to tell OSX what type of batteries their using.
    3. Price – This unit isn’t cheap. Consider that you can buy the equivalent eneloop batteries for HALF the cost to accomplish the same result is a tough sell for some.
    4. HAVE a CLEARLY VISIBLE warning to product users to NOT place the charger on metallic surfaces. It simply doesn’t work when sitting on metal or the base of the iMac.
    5. Include a passthrough USB cable so that it can still be plugged into a computer BUT allow another USB device cable to be plugged into it.
    6. Speed up charging times to about 1 hour vs. 6.

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  2. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It works and the price is right, April 24, 2011
    By 
    Ragnar Danneskjöld (Just Over the Horizon) –
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    This review is from: Mobee Technology Magic Charger – Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212) (Personal Computers)

    I love this charger, I inserted the battery and rested it on the charger. Been doing this since I had it with off and on charging. It also gives my mouse a home. (Love to see one for the magic trackpad which eats batteries!)

    The only negative is that the battery pack is like the bottom plate with “batteries” attached, and it’s sometimes a poor fit getting it on and off. Once in a while it tries to pop off, so I think the design team should look closely at their manufacturing tolerances, especially with respect to the plastic clip which holds the cover on.

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  3. 22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Does not function as advertised., April 1, 2011
    By 
    G. Mathew Lombard III (New York, New York United States) –

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    This review is from: Mobee Technology Magic Charger – Inductive Charger for Apple Magic Mouse (MO2212) (Personal Computers)

    I have had this item for 4 days now. I cannot get it to work. I have contacted the manufacturer (NOT the seller). When I first received the item, I placed the rechargeable battery in my Magic Mouse and placed the Magic Mouse on the charging bed. 25+ hours later it was still charging. According to manufacturer, it should take no more than 5 hours to fully charge. When I contacted the manufacturer, I was told to remove the battery pack from the mouse and try charging that alone. It charged. However, when I replace the battery pack in the mouse, the mouse does not turn on.

    I seems to me there is a design flaw in the battery pack/cover that prevents proper contact with the appropriate contacts heads. I am still trying to work this out with the manufacturer. So far, very disappointing. Will update when a final resolution is achieved.

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