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Apple Magic Trackpad 2 - Space Grey £112.99 at Argos
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Apple Magic Trackpad 2 - Space Grey £112.99 at Argos

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Now in a Space Grey finish. Magic Trackpad 2 is rechargeable with a built-in battery and brings Force Touch to the desktop for the first time. Four force sensors underneath the trackpad surface allow you to click anywhere, and detect subtle differences in the amount of pressure you apply, bringing increased functionality to your fingertips and enabling a deeper connection to your content.

The Magic Trackpad 2 also features an edge-to-edge glass surface area that is nearly 30 per cent larger than the previous trackpad. This design, along with a lower profile, makes scrolling and swiping through your favourite content more productive and comfortable than ever.

Pairs automatically with your mac.
The battery will power your magic trackpad 2 for about a month or more before needing a recharge.
Height: 0.49–1.09cm.
Width: 16.0cm.
Depth: 11.49cm.
Weight: 0.231kg.
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deleted241043715/02/2020 13:17

I fallen out with my Mac I'm getting rid. I'm going to go back to Windows


I’m sorry for your loss
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I know this is expensive, but it's really really good
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I fallen out with my Mac I'm getting rid. I'm going to go back to Windows
deleted241043715/02/2020 13:17

I fallen out with my Mac I'm getting rid. I'm going to go back to Windows


I’m sorry for your loss
deleted241043715/02/2020 13:17

I fallen out with my Mac I'm getting rid. I'm going to go back to Windows


I was surprised how little difference I felt between mac and Windows. I expected something special from the mac. It was just another computer.
Amazon have had the white one for £114 for a while now, though seems it’s currently gone up to £119. These are brilliant, used to suffer from RSI and various pains in fingers and wrists. Switched to trackpads for at least 5 years now which seems to have solved all those issues.
CoeK15/02/2020 13:50

I was surprised how little difference I felt between mac and Windows. I …I was surprised how little difference I felt between mac and Windows. I expected something special from the mac. It was just another computer.


I beg to differ. I’ve had Windows for a long time and only exposed to Mac quite recently. They both have really good features that are not present in the other OS. Ultimately, it depends on what you use it for.
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mds125615/02/2020 13:32

I’m sorry for your loss


Got two MBPs for sale of you want them?
Does this work with Windows? (Serious question).
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Adi_H815/02/2020 16:17

Which year


2014 retina and a 2017 both 15 inch
PeacePipe15/02/2020 16:12

Does this work with Windows? (Serious questiopn).


It worked automatically when I plugged it in. github.com/imb…pad this driver made it work better with multi touch support / windows precision driver support. I've not tried it with Bluetooth.
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Adi_H815/02/2020 16:22

Price?


No idea what they are worth was going to list on eBay this weekend to find out
neotarum201715/02/2020 15:27

I beg to differ. I’ve had Windows for a long time and only exposed to Mac q …I beg to differ. I’ve had Windows for a long time and only exposed to Mac quite recently. They both have really good features that are not present in the other OS. Ultimately, it depends on what you use it for.


I've yet to find something that one can do that the other can't unless it's run a particular bit of software.
CoeK15/02/2020 19:57

I've yet to find something that one can do that the other can't unless …I've yet to find something that one can do that the other can't unless it's run a particular bit of software.


I don’t want to go down the route of arguing one is better than other, because it just depends on what you need from it.
As an example of slight but effective differences: right click in Mac and rename multiple files like in MS Word “find and replace”. Or create new folder with selected items quickly - in Windows, you have to create the folder first, then drag the files into it. I quite like the column view in Mac OS too. Hate the fact that you can’t minimise applications by clicking on dock icons, unlike in Windows.
Sorting files into stacks is a neat system in Mac too.
Again, these are small things but also enough to say one is inferior to the other if you use these constantly.
If they were exactly the same, gamers and businesses wouldn’t have chosen Windows, and people in graphics wouldn’t have chosen Mac OS. (Obviously this is in general).
You could also argue that all phones, all TVs and all cars are the same - it just depends on whether or not you use the unique features that some may have.
I’d be interested in getting this and the matching keyboard. Does anyone know if they can be used with Windows 10 via Bluetooth?
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