Will this work with a MacBook White (early 2009, no trackpad)?

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    Yes, as long as you have OSX 10.6.4 installed.

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  • It should, if you're truly using an early 2009 MacBook (which should have a built-in trackpad). You first need to install (1) OS 10.6.4 and (2) a separate trackpad update. To find the trackpad update, go to Support > Downloads, search for "trackpad," then look for the "Magic Trackpad and Multi-Touch Trackpad Update 1.0" download.

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  • Yes of course, but make sure you have your MacBook updated to 10.6.4 Snow Leopard. Hope I helped.

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  • Yes, given that the MacBook is running the required operating system version and has working bluetooth.

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  • Yes, provided you are updated to 10.6.4 and have all the latest software updates.

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  • Maybe....

    Minimum Requirements

    A Mac computer with Bluetooth wireless technology
    Mac OS X v10.6.4 or later
    Latest Magic Trackpad software update

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  • It's unclear what you mean by "no trackpad" since all MacBooks have them, but (as stated in the description) as long as you are running Mac OS X 10.6.4 or above, yes.

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  • Yes, the Magic Trackpad will work on any Mac that supports Bluetooth — which is every Mac for the past few years, MacBooks included.

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