I am looking for a MacBook Pro MJLQ2RU, but there is no such model on store.apple.com. It's the same as MJLQ2LL but with a Russian/English backlit keyboard. I chatted with support, but they don't know such model.

Are there any stores that sell Russian MacBooks in United States?

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    Would be much simpler to order special keyboard cover. You'll get Russian letters and protection for your keyboard :) Here is one of hundreds possible options: amazon.com/Kuzy-Language-Keyboard-Silicone-Cyrillic/dp/… – Denis Rasulev Jan 11 '17 at 18:45
  • Will they be still glowing as original? – Viktor Jan 11 '17 at 18:46
  • Most of them are transparent so I think it will. – Denis Rasulev Jan 11 '17 at 18:47
  • Denis- I think you meant translucent. – IconDaemon Jan 11 '17 at 19:19
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    @Tetsujin It doesn't seem off topic to me. Questions about how to get keyboards like Russian, Hebrew, etc. not found in the US online store are common. The answer is always the same -- you need to start calling stores yourself. Apple support is useless, they just know zero about such language issues. – Tom Gewecke Jan 12 '17 at 20:50

The only way you can find out if some retail store might be able to get one of these for you is to contact them directly yourself. I would try a store in a big city with a significant Russian community. I have not heard of anyone finding it in the US, but you never know until you ask.

The online Apple store in the UK has them, if you are planning a trip there.

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