Does the trackpad have rubber feet? I'd like to make sure it's not going to slide on my desk.

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  • Yes. The bottom of the Magic Trackpad is designed just like the Apple Keyboard, prepared for your hands and preventing accidental sliding of the trackpad.

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  • Yes! Exactly the same as the ones you find on the apple keyboard. It is these feet, in fact, that are used to make the click.

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  • Yes, it has two rubber feet that double up as pressure sensors that register the ‘click’ gesture.

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  • Yes it does. In fact the bottom two rubber feet are responsible for the clicks. When you press down on the trackpad, the bottom two rubber feet are depressed, registering a click.

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    Yeah, it's got rubber feet - they're what registers the click when you physically press the trackpad.

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  • It has the same underside as the keyboard (so yes.)

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  • The bottom of the Magic Trackpad, under the round battery compartment, is rubberized.

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  • I'm guessing so, the wireless keyboard does.

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  • It doesn't appear to have any feet (that's not the Apple way). Suggest you get some rubber shelf liner (cheaper in hardware than in kitchen) and cut a square to go under it.

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