“Apple’s new Magic Mouse helped Apple see a twofold increase in its share of domestic mice sales last month, AppleInsider has learned, garnering the Mac maker a double-digit slice of the market for the first time ever,” Neil Hughes and Kasper Jade report for AppleInsider.

“NPD Group sales data for the new device, which was unveiled alongside new iMacs this past October, shows Apple to have captured just over 10 percent of the market in November, representing a first for the Cupertino-based company,” Hughes and Jade report. “‘Sales in November were through the roof,’ Stephen Baker, analyst with the market research firm, told AppleInsider. ‘[The Magic Mouse] had the best month for a mouse product from Apple that we’ve ever seen.'”

Hughes and Jade report, “The aforementioned sales data was compiled from standalone Magic Mouse sales only — those included with the new 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs were not factored into the mix. Similarly, however, the new iMac was the best-selling desktop in the U.S in October.”

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