BulletTrain Express Adapter Turns Your Keyboard And Magic TrackPad Into A MBP Surface

BulletTrain Adapter Turns Your Keyboard And Magic TrackPad Into A MBP Surface

Did you ever want your iMac to feel more like a MacBook Pro? While this isn’t a casemod to do that, you could still get the same keyboard and trackpad feel of the MacBook Pro with the BulletTrain Express. This item is simply a large chunk of aluminum that allows you to fit your Apple Bluetooth Keyboard and Magic TrackPad into it, giving you the feel of typing on a MacBook Pro. While it’s nice to have a large chunk of aluminum on your desk, you do have to question whether it’s worth your money to shell out $99 for something that doesn’t really do anything.

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