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If you own an iMac or Mac Pro, you probably already own an Apple-made Bluetooth keyboard, mouse or trackpad, but if you don’t – or you fancy upgrading whatever alternative you have – then their recently upgraded successors are well
worth a look. The Magic Mouse 2 (£65, apple.co/1R2Ua8e) is now lighter, has an improved foot design and comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, while the Magic Trackpad 2 (£109, apple.co/24NRVjm) also has an integrated battery, an edge-to-edge glass surface and, crucially, includes four pressure-sensitive sensors that bring Force Touch to desktop Macs. The Magic Keyboard (£79, apple. co/1R2Vfg6) has scissor-action key mechanisms for smoother, faster typing and, again, a built-in rechargeable battery. If you’re feeling creative, consider a graphics tablet like Wacom’s Intuos Pro (£251, amzn.to/ 1R2Wa08), which includes a wireless kit so you can work cable-free. Its stylus offers 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, while also offering a wealth of different brush, pen and pen nib styles.
Modern graphics tablets talk to your Mac without a cable.