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Its a little vague when you say Imac mouse but if its the one that came with your unit there are ports out the back called USB ports. There rectangle in shape and the mouse would fit in one of those ports at the back.

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    If you have an Apple Keyboard you have there also Two USB-Boards to plug Mouse,USB-Flash or whatever in

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If you have a mac keyboard, you should also be able to plug it into one of the USB ports on either the side or back of the keyboard, depending on which one you have.

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