Apple Space Gray Accessories

Mar 28, 2018

Category: Tech

Apple users got real jealous when they learned late last year that the new blacked-out iMac Pro came with space gray peripherals. So jealous, in fact, a few were willing to spend nearly $2,500 for a pair on eBay. But with the newly announced wide-release of Apple’s Space Gray Accessories starting at $100, we’re guessing their jealousy has been overtaken by buyer’s remorse.

Yep. That’s right. The magic keyboard, trackpad, and mouse are now all available in ‘Space Gray’, or maybe more accurately, black (Apple sure has a hard time keeping the whole ‘gray’ thing consistent) for just $20 or so more than their white counterparts. Whether you’re looking for something to match your gray Macbook Pro setup, or just can’t help but go for the more expensive option when it comes to computer peripherals, these are sure to please.

Purchase: $100+

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