Experience the convenience of a multitouch gesture-based touchpad with Apple’s Magic Trackpad. Originally designed for Mac laptops in 2009, it has since become available as a standalone pointing device for desktop PCs in 2010.
The Magic Trackpad offers all the features of Apple’s Magic Mouse in a touchpad format. Its ability to recognize and respond to multiple touch points makes it a favorite among Mac users who value convenience and ease of use.
Compatible with Windows, with Some Limitations
If you’re a Windows user interested in the Magic Trackpad, you can remove the Trackpad driver from the Mac’s Boot Camp system. However, not all of its features will work properly on Windows PCs. But worry not, third-party options such as Logitech’s gesture-based wireless touchpad for Windows are available.
Explore Multiple Touchpoints
One of the greatest draws of the Magic Trackpad is its ability to support multiple touch points, making it highly customizable for users. Use the Mac control panel to adjust the device to respond to up to three fingers, perfect for every user’s personalized needs.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Is the Magic Trackpad compatible with Windows computers?
While it is mainly designed to be used for Mac computers, it can work with Windows via Boot Camp. However, not all features will work seamlessly.
How many touch points can the Magic Trackpad recognize?
The Magic Trackpad can recognize up to three fingers at once. You can adjust this setting via the Mac control panel.
Experience the Magic of Multi-Touch with Apple’s Magic Trackpad
From its intuitive multitouch capabilities to its sleek design, the Magic Trackpad is a standout device for Mac users. Try it out and discover just how easy and convenient it is to use.