Apple Takes on the Mighty Mouse with the Magic Trackpad

Pulkit Chandna

Apple's latest product is so “magical and revolutionary” that the Cupertino company named it Magic Trackpad. The company, understandably, has a soft spot for multi-touch navigation. Several months after it introduced the Magic Mouse, the company has launched yet another multi-touch pointing device. The Magic Trackpad is essentially a standalone version of the MacBook Pro trackpad. However, it is significantly larger and boasts 80% more real estate than the trackpad on Apple notebooks.

Powered by two AA batteries, the wireless trackpad connects to a Mac using Bluetooth . Mac owners will have to shell out $69 for the Magic trackpad . By the way, Apple has also decided to revolutionize the way AA batteries are charged with a $29 battery charger of its own.

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