I love Apple’s new peripherals. The Magic Keyboard is a beautiful work of industrial design and surprisingly fun for typing. The Magic Mouse 2 looks the same as its predecessor, but it’s rechargeable. And that, I’m afraid, is a blessing and a curse.
Apple’s wireless accessories for its iMac line got a much-needed update today alongside the new desktops themselves. Sure — the new 21.5-inch iMac will be 4K and beautiful, but more importantly none of the peripherals will require AA batteries anymore.
Microsoft’s Touch Mouse for Windows 7 is a lot like Apple’s Magic Mouse: The top is a capacitive, multitouch sensor. The difference? The Touch Mouse was actually designed to be used by humans.