Magic Trackpad Datasheet

Magic Trackpad
Source: apple.com – Magic Trackpad

The Magic Trackpad is a pointing device designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 2010 to 2015 as part of the Apple Magic Trackpad series. The Trackpad was introduced on July 27, 2010, and its price started at $69.

The Magic Trackpad is a multi-touch trackpad identical to the one in current MacBook computers, but 80% larger and made of glass and aluminum. The trackpad is designed in the same style as Apple’s Wireless Aluminum Keyboard and can sit flush with it. 

The entire trackpad can be used as a button; pressing down on it puts pressure on two circular feet below to register a click. The trackpad connects via Bluetooth and is powered by two AA batteries.

This TrackPad has been discontinued on October 13, 2015. Today Magic Trackpad is 13 years old!

Magic Trackpad Details

IntroducedJuly 27, 2010 – 13 years ago
DiscontinuedOctober 13, 2015 – 8 years ago
Time on the Market62 months (5 years)
Model NumberA1339
Order NumberMC380LL/A
Original Price$69
Weight4.94 oz. – 140 Grams
Dimensions5.1″ W x 5.2″ D x 0.7″ H
12.95 cm W x 13.2 cm D x 1.77 cm H

System Requirements

  • Macintosh with Bluetooth support
  • Mac OS X 10.6.4 or later
  • Windows 7 or later

Trackpad Specs

TrackingTrackpad
Buttons1 – with Multi-Touch
1 – Power Button
GesturesOne Finger
Tap to Click
Dragging
Drag Lock
Secondary Click

Two Fingers
Scroll
Rotate
Pinch Open & Close
Screen Zoom
Secondary Tap

Three Fingers
Swipe to Navigate (Customizable)

Four Fingers
Swipe Up / Down to Exposé
Swipe Left / Right to Sitch Applications

Connections

ConnectionBluetooth

Power

Power2 AA Lithium Non-Rechargeable Batteries
Battery LifeUp to 4 Months

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