Does it click or I should tap only?

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  • You can do both.

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  • Depending on how it is configured in system preferences, you can either "tap to click" or actually click like you would on a MacBook(Pro) trackpad.

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    Yes, it does click. Not through the touch surface, but using it's rubber feet underneath as clickers.

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  • It does both. So you can tap or click - whichever you heart desires.

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  • It has both a physical click as well as tap-to-click just like the trackpad in the newer MacBook Pros.

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  • It has a physical click-button, but in settings you can set it so a tap will work as well.

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  • It clicks. You can also tap!

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  • It clicks down just like the trackpads on the laptops.

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  • The Magic Trackpad can physically "click" down, or if you prefer, you have the option to "tap-to-click."

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  • The page says it can click or you can set tap-to-click in system preferences.

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  • No, but it senses pressure via the two rubber feet and so can be used with a single press gesture to click, with tap to click as a user configurable option.

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