Apple Magic Trackpad released
So, Apple has released a trackpad peripheral for Macs, and it looks just like the spy pics we saw last month
Like the trackpad on a MacBook Pro, the Magic Trackpad also has a glass surface, but it's nearly 80 per cent larger. Plenty of room for wild gesturing, then. The big pad will let you click, scroll, swipe and rotate your way through your daily tasks.
Its profile matches the Apple Wireless Keyboard exactly, so they'll fit together quite nicely. Perfect if you're a bit of a neat freak.
It connects wirelessly to Mac desktop via Bluetooth with a range of up to 10 metres, and runs on two AA batteries. Speaking of which, Apple has also released a 2 x AA battery charger (with six rechargeable batteries) for £25 to keep all your periphs juiced up.
Is this just the peripheral you've been looking for? Have you bought a Magic Mouse already? Or will you be sticking with your standard mouse? Let us know.
The Apple Magic Trackpad is £59, out now.