Save on Apple Magic Trackpad during Cult of Mac's Back to Education sale

Save on an Apple Magic Trackpad during our Back to Education sale


This Apple trackpad can't be beat.
Get in touch with your education with this wireless trackpad on sale during our Back to Education sale.
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If you’re tired of your mouse, a Magic Trackpad could be the perfect new input device for your Mac or iPad. And during our Back to Education sale, you can get Apple’s wireless trackpad for just $117.99 (regularly $129) — no coupon code needed.

Plus, your purchase will trigger a contribution to an educational charity!

Get back in touch with your education with this trackpad

With its Multi-Touch surface and Force Touch tech, the Magic Trackpad offers a variety of ways to move about documents and generally get your computing done. Master the Multi-Touch gestures, and you’ll be more productive than ever.

The rechargeable and highly portable Magic Trackpad uses Bluetooth to pair quickly with most iPads and Macs. Weighing just half a pound and measuring only 6.5 inches long, this trackpad is easy to pop into your computer bag, backpack or desk. Then, just pull it out when you need it.

And if the battery gets low, just use the included USB-C to Lightning cable to charge it quickly.

Save on the Apple Magic Trackpad with Multi-Touch Surface

Bring some new technology with you when you get back to your education. Get the Apple Magic Trackpad with Multi-Touch Surface during the Back to Education event for only $117.99 (regularly $129). No coupon code needed, but this promotion ends on August 24.

Additionally, once the sale ends, 50 cents will be donated to a school or charity (that you get to vote on!) for every unit sold.

Prices subject to change. 


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