Engadget: Look: if you want an all-red Magic Trackpad, we can't and won't judge you. We can, however, judge you for spending $145 for the privilege of getting it.
Engadget: While many hacks we feature on these virtual pages are terrifyingly complex, this one is anything but. Even more surprising, it's actually useful. Mark Bog decided to tether his Magic Trackpad to the sweet, endless power supply of his computer over USB, instead of swapping out AAs endlessly.
HeraldScotland : Although largely unchanged since its invention in the 1960s, the mouse has transformed computers from using impenetrable key combinations to intuitive point-and-click systems accessible to all.