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Okay, so I found out that there is one option that kind of supports Apple's Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad gestures. The Wacom Bamboo Pad allows you to control your Mac with touch gestures and comes in a wired, USB model. If anyone finds another solution, please post it, because I was really looking for a wired mouse that can do this and would appreciate ...


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I have been using the Apple Bluetooth keyboard for ~ 5 years, and I am pretty happy with it. It is pretty sturdy and even after such long time and ~8 hrs daily usage, I wouldn't notice any significant sign of wear. One advantage is that it is the same keyboard layout as on the MacBooks, which may be more convenient when switching back and forth between the ...


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The Apple Mighty Mouse, is still available, it's often used by Schools, Colleges and Universities where they want to tie the mouse down from being pinched. Apple now called it the Apple Mouse. You can find it here: http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MB112ZM/C/apple-mouse


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To get a three screen setup (two external screens, and laptop screen) connected without daisy chaining Thunderbolt displays, you need: One external monitor hooked up to the Mini DisplayPort One external monitor hooked up from USB to DVI I am assuming you already have the first item taken care of as it is the easiest. So, let's focus on the second one: ...


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Yes, there is a way, in fact I have my rMBP connected to a monitor right now via HDMI. Firstly, I suggest HDMI, because that's what I have and it works well for me. :) Connect the Macbook (from now on, MB) to the monitors. Open up System Preferences. Select Displays (2nd row, 1st item). 3a. You will be greeted with a window for each monitor Select ...



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