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Can you fix the Magic Mouse by sticking it into an ergonomic shoe?

A picture of the Magic Mouse 2 in the wireless charging grip, sitting next to a MacBook Air.
The Magic Mouse’s new shoe. | Image: Wes Davis / The Verge

This past Christmas, there was a box in my stocking that held something I had half-jokingly added to my wishlist: an “ergonomic” grip that raises, widens, and adds wireless charging to Apple’s Magic Mouse 2. It’s like a little boot with a Lightning adapter tongue that plugs right into your Magic Mouse’s underbelly. Best of all, it’s magnetic, making it perfect for use with a MagSafe puck.

Does this thing totally ruin the sleek Apple aesthetic? Absolutely! And I’m not even remotely convinced by its cheap-feeling plastic that it will last longer than a few months before it just stops working. Yet, somehow, it’s exactly what the Magic Mouse needs.

What it’s called doesn’t really matter, because this isn’t a product any company you’ve ever…

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