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  • 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.
  • Magic Trackpad 2 also features an edge-to-edge glass surface area that is nearly 30 percent larger than the previous trackpad.
  • Battery will power your Magic Trackpad 2 for about a month or more before needing a recharge

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The other person here called you a troll but I used a Magic Trackpad 1 then 2 for the last 10 years or so since release. I switched to a G502/Basilisk for my daily mice and suddenly I feel my hands in the morning. The fact of the matter is that the Magic Trackpad is not good for your wrist as it encourages you to lay your wrist flat. (According to my MD)

That said, the trackpad is still on my desk for navigating large Figma files and gestures, it is a super cool product otherwise, just don't use it 10 hours a day.


Edit: I'm entertained by the downvotes, literally a doctor diagnosed 10 year review and "wrong!" Is the response lol. But hey, SDers we're also frauding BB yesterday too for Apple Watches lol.

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Lookup "carpal tunnel syndrome" before buying any apple mouse, trackpad
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Lookup "carpal tunnel syndrome" before buying any apple mouse, trackpad
Look up "troll" before reading this comment.
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Lookup "carpal tunnel syndrome" before buying any apple mouse, trackpad
The other person here called you a troll but I used a Magic Trackpad 1 then 2 for the last 10 years or so since release. I switched to a G502/Basilisk for my daily mice and suddenly I feel my hands in the morning. The fact of the matter is that the Magic Trackpad is not good for your wrist as it encourages you to lay your wrist flat. (According to my MD)

That said, the trackpad is still on my desk for navigating large Figma files and gestures, it is a super cool product otherwise, just don't use it 10 hours a day.


Edit: I'm entertained by the downvotes, literally a doctor diagnosed 10 year review and "wrong!" Is the response lol. But hey, SDers we're also frauding BB yesterday too for Apple Watches lol.
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It's a MacBook Pro trackpad that's not attached to an MBP. If you like that then it's great, otherwise not. I have one through work and am pretty indifferent to it. I prefer the latest Logitech MX Master.
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The other person here called you a troll but I used a Magic Trackpad 1 then 2 for the last 10 years or so since release. I switched to a G502/Basilisk for my daily mice and suddenly I feel my hands in the morning. The fact of the matter is that the Magic Trackpad is not good for your wrist as it encourages you to lay your wrist flat. (According to my MD)

That said, the trackpad is still on my desk for navigating large Figma files and gestures, it is a super cool product otherwise, just don't use it 10 hours a day.


Edit: I'm entertained by the downvotes, literally a doctor diagnosed 10 year review and "wrong!" Is the response lol. But hey, SDers we're also frauding BB yesterday too for Apple Watches lol.
That's weird because the vast, VAST majority of people with device-induced carpal tunnel got it using mice.
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The other person here called you a troll but I used a Magic Trackpad 1 then 2 for the last 10 years or so since release. I switched to a G502/Basilisk for my daily mice and suddenly I feel my hands in the morning. The fact of the matter is that the Magic Trackpad is not good for your wrist as it encourages you to lay your wrist flat. (According to my MD)

That said, the trackpad is still on my desk for navigating large Figma files and gestures, it is a super cool product otherwise, just don't use it 10 hours a day.


Edit: I'm entertained by the downvotes, literally a doctor diagnosed 10 year review and "wrong!" Is the response lol. But hey, SDers we're also frauding BB yesterday too for Apple Watches lol.
i'm not a physician or anything, but when i use the trackpad, my hand/wrist position is like i'm holding a pencil. i use the outer ridge of my middle/ring fingers or my ring/pinkie fingers. i generally don't have any wrist issues using the trackpad on the mac.

i feel wrist fatigue more prominently after typing on flat keyboards and extended mouse use (logitech mx master)
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Look up "troll" before reading this comment.
You've been here since 2014 and you can't learn to get a laugh out of that?
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You've been here since 2014 and you can't learn to get a laugh out of that?
I'm not a comedian but I thought it was funny!
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It's a MacBook Pro trackpad that's not attached to an MBP. If you like that then it's great, otherwise not. I have one through work and am pretty indifferent to it. I prefer the latest Logitech MX Master.
I used to be indifferent to mac touchpads until someone introduced me to a mac app called BetterTouchTool...

You can set up custom gestures and shortcuts for almost anything you can think of, using any kind of gesture that you prefer. That's the power of the trackpad. Now it's a staple for me!

Link to better touch tool app:
https://folivora.ai/
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Will this work on windows 11 without additional software purchase? Thanks mucho.
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Will this work on windows 11 without additional software purchase? Thanks mucho.
I don't believe so but maybe someone can chime in
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The other person here called you a troll but I used a Magic Trackpad 1 then 2 for the last 10 years or so since release. I switched to a G502/Basilisk for my daily mice and suddenly I feel my hands in the morning. The fact of the matter is that the Magic Trackpad is not good for your wrist as it encourages you to lay your wrist flat. (According to my MD)

That said, the trackpad is still on my desk for navigating large Figma files and gestures, it is a super cool product otherwise, just don't use it 10 hours a day.


Edit: I'm entertained by the downvotes, literally a doctor diagnosed 10 year review and "wrong!" Is the response lol. But hey, SDers we're also frauding BB yesterday too for Apple Watches lol.
I don't doubt what you said, but as someone who's been diagnosed with carpal tunnel, I've used Magic Track Pad for over 5 years and don't experience any numbness or fatigue from using it. If your hands are going numb, I wonder if it has to do with the technique you're using,
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