Of all the surprises we expected to hear about in the WWDC keynote, a multitouch trackpad peripheral didn’t exactly pop into our brains.
Topolsky stated that the device in the picture is just like Apple’s Wireless Bluetooth keyboard. As per the photos, the device was like a large multi-touch input device hardware. The Magic Trackpad will also support handwriting recognition and of course, every feature of its Magic Mouse. It is assumed that Steve Jobs would be announcing it today at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2010.
New images received with a claim that the device supports handwriting recognition in addition to “every feature you can find on a Magic Mouse (and possibly features of a MacBook Pro trackpad).” This, from a person who claims to be personally testing it. Something we hope to do for ourselves before the day is through.