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Apple is finally selling a space gray keyboard and mouse


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Mac fans that love the look of the new space gray iMac Pro — but don’t want to plop down four grand — can finally buy the computer’s coveted accessories separately.

Apple updated its online store this morning with its new iPad with Apple Pencil support. But what the company didn’t mention during its educational keynote today is that it’s also selling a space gray wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse.

The space srey keyboard costs $149. That’s $20 more than the normal silver keyboard, but way better than paying $1,500 for one like some people did on eBay when the iMac Pro first came out.

Buying a space gray Magic Mouse will set you back $99, while the normal version costs just $79. The black Lightning cable that comes with the iMac Pro is still exclusively available to iMac Pro owners, though.

The iMac Pro is the same size and shape as any other modern iMac but features killer specs. Its space gray body visually differentiates it from its underpowered and more affordable siblings.

You still can’t get a regular iMac in space gray for now, but hopefully Apple will bring that color choice to the lineup later this year.


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