Conveniently dubbed the Magic Bar, it works by replacing a pair of AA batteries on your keyboard or a trackpad with a battery cylinder.
Whenever your keyboard or trackpad needs more juice, just slide the protruding part into the provided charging dock. The base station plugs into any USB port so you donâ€™t need an external power supply. Itâ€™s not quite as wireless charging as Palmâ€™s TouchStone inductive charger, but itâ€™s close enough and it gets the job done.
The accessory looks stylish and just gorgeous, matching the keyboard and the trackpad with its aluminum design. Plus, itâ€™s a greener way to use your keyboard and trackpad as it helps reduce the number of used batteries that end up in landfills.
The Magic Bar goes on sale by the end of June, with pre-orders beginning May 15. The accessory comes with one battery cylinder, and costs $59.90. Too much? Mobee says the Magic Bar becomes cost effective after one year of home usage and six months of office usage. Mobee is also behind , an inductive charger for the Magic Mouse.
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