Apple’s Magic Mouse 2 comes standard with your iMac Pro purchase, but you can instead choose a Magic Trackpad 2 if you’d like.
Designed in Space Gray exclusively for the new iMac Pro, which launched today, both Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse 2 ship in the box. Magic Trackpad 2, however, is optional.
Replacing your Magic Mouse 2 with a Magic Trackpad 2 will add $50 on top of the price of your iMac Pro. If you’d like both Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2, that’ll be an extra $149.
Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2 are all wireless and use a rechargeable lithium-ion cell so you won’t have to replace any batteries.
The mouse supports multi‑touch gestures on its surface, allowing you to swipe between webpages, scroll through documents and more. The trackpad gives you the full range of multi-touch gestures and brings Apple’s force-sensing Force Touch technology to the desktop.
Sensors underneath the trackpad surface detect subtle differences in the amount of pressure you apply, bringing useful shortcuts and enabling a deeper connection to your content.
Space Gray accessories are available only at the time of your iMac Pro purchase and cannot be purchased separately. By the way, iMac Pro ships with a full-size Magic Keyboard, not the narrower one that lacks the numeric keypad, plus a black-clad USB-A to Lightning cable (also unavailable standalone) for charging your Magic accessories.
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