Deals: Magic Trackpad 2 Available for Low Price of $89.99 ($40 Off)

Adorama this week has Apple's Magic Trackpad 2 for $89.99 in white, down from $129.99. This price is a match of the previous all-time low price on the accessory, which we last tracked at Woot earlier in July.

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The Magic Trackpad 2 is in new condition and is in stock and ready to ship from Adorama, with free shipping options available. The Magic Trackpad 2 is compatible with Macs and iPads (running iPadOS 13.4 or later), and only the white color option is on sale today.

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Top Rated Comments

thadoggfather Avatar
11 months ago

And I'm growing more embarrassed that I paid for one. Wow...

I refuse to pay their current ransom for a keyboard. 'HOW MUCH? SERIOUSLY?'
Typically I dont like to buy something like used KB and mice but here made an exception and have no qualms about it.

got a black Magic Mouse 2 for like $25 a couple years ago on Craigslist, added Magic Grips for ergonomics, chlorox'd the hell out of it and called it a day. Battery still holds a solid charge.

Got a magic keyboard (non numeric keypad, the compact one) with all keys working in really good shape, battery holds a good charge, for $24 on eBay, chlorox'd it like crazy too.

$49 for both, well under $200+tax for both.

$200+tax for a single keyboard is insane - even with numeric keypad and touchID. I couldn't do it, even if I had enough money to make it rain off a helicopter.
Imagine $329+Tax for the numeric keypad/touchID keyboard and this trackpad. LULZ!
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ipodlover77 Avatar
11 months ago

Are these available in silver anymore? All I've seen is white and black - I could have sworn there were silver ones at some point...
You might be thinking about the original:
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
japanime Avatar
11 months ago

And I'm growing more embarrassed that I paid for one. Wow...

I refuse to pay their current ransom for a keyboard. 'HOW MUCH? SERIOUSLY?'
Same here. I used the first-generation Magic Trackpad for a few months, then gave up on it. I can see how it might appeal to some folks, but it just wasn't for me. I definitely wasted my money.

And after my Apple wireless keyboard died after a year of use, I bought a Logitech K380 wireless keyboard that cost a third of the price of Apple's keyboard. That was three years ago; I've only replaced the batteries once, and the performance remains rock-solid.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ckelley Avatar
11 months ago
If you're in Adobe apps the scrolling across your artboard with the trackpad is fantastic, or scrubbing in video apps, along with pinch and zoom. I miss it when I am using just a keyboard and mouse. The Magic Mouse is great but there's something better about it on the trackpad.

So now you can add me to the list of people with both a mouse and trackpad combo, I am the person buying this.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
RickDEGH Avatar
11 months ago
Should probably cost less than $40 in the first place.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BanjoDudeAhoy Avatar
11 months ago

I cant believe Apple charges $130 for these things regularly. that's insanity!
I’m in two minds on this.
They are excellent devices and I often choose mine over a mouse - but at the same time they really are quite expensive.

But hey, at least I can say that they’re excellent, because I couldn’t say that of the Magic Mouse. That one I found awful, even without considering the charging situation on it.
And I refuse to pay their prices for the keyboards. My partner bought an iMac and the keyboard is… let’s say it’s not my cup of tea :P
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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