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Apple Wireless Magic Trackpad
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When I first bought this, I thought the battery life was terrible, but I have since discovered that it's not the batteries, it's the metering for the trackpad! It sometimes may show that the battery is lower than it is. The battery may show that it discharges 20% in a day, but will then take 5 weeks to discharge any further. I've used regular batteries (Duracell), rechargeable batteries and now a mobee rechargeable battery bar.
The battery bar would show on the charger that it was fully charged, but the battery meter on my computer would still show the same charge as before I charged it... (8%) I've since figured out I need to power down the trackpad after I recharge my batteries. After running my trackpad on 8% for 2 weeks, I turned it on/off and the meter read 64%... (I guess with most rechargeables when you take the batteries out, it powers down by default, but this can charge will it runs...)
I've seen lots of comments on the forums about bad battery life in the trackpad. I don't believe it has a bad battery life, just an unreliable meter and people are replacing batteries before they're fully discharged. That being said, buy it, no worries, it is a great product and delivers on performance. If you're not using rechargeable batteries, use them until it quits operating and the batteries can no longer run, not when it says it's low. If you are using rechargeables, try the on/off trick, or just remember that the meter is not accurate!
I didn't think I'd ever convert from a mouse—and to be fair, I still use one from time to time on more complex and finessed programs—but for the most part, this trackpad has converted me. It has the added bonus of zero traction, so I can sit anywhere and work without having to worry about a mousepad. This is handy when I want to work at the kitchen table or any other surface I need to worry about scratching; the trackpad just sits there harmlessly.
I only have a couple of minor complaints: first, no matter how much I use it, I just can't be as accurate with this thing as I am with a mouse. This is especially apparent when selecting text; the difference between one character and the next one is a tiny shift of your index finger, and that's just not as easy to control as I'd like. It's a little easier to be that precise with a mouse. Secondly, I don't like how hard you have to push down to click. There's a noticeable difference in the pressure required to click the native trackpad and this one (at least on my newer MacBook Pro; maybe not with older models).
Those are very minor gripes, though; I love having this thing around as an option to switch it up from my mouse for comfort and for convenience.
I can't get all of the gestures to work like they undoubtedly would on an Apple machine, but the essential ones work well (left click, drag, double click, right click, and scroll. Not rotate, pinch, or zoom, page forward/backward, etc.)
Additional tedious details for those still interested: Before attempting the Apple Wireless Magic Trackpad, I tried a Logitech touchpad that I found harsh to work with and returned. I also tried the ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We are very pleased with this purchase experience. The Apple Magic Trackpad is new; still sealed in the box like it comes directly from Apple. Read morePublished 4 days ago by PatW
Love my trackpad. I use it for my macbook air that is mounted on stand. I have this trackpad connected to a bluefin trackpad / keyboard holder. Read morePublished 5 days ago by David Whitlatch
It didn't work. I could see the cursor on the screen, but could not move it. The return process was good.Published 7 days ago by Freddie
I bought this to match my V1 Apple Wireless Keyboard. I misread what I was getting and the item I received was scratched on the back, not New In Box, which is what I had wanted. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Stephanie