Joshua Topolsky:

There isn’t anything truly magical, revolutionary, or groundbreaking about the Magic Trackpad. It’s not the first of its kind, and it doesn’t turn our current computing paradigms on their ear. It’s an excellent device for those who prefer touch input to mouse or trackball, and it’s a solidly built piece of gear that will compliment the uncluttered workspaces of lots of geeks out there. But it’s not a game changer or the death knell for our modern day method of interacting with our PCs as some have speculated. In all, at the $69 price tag it’s difficult to call something like this a must-have — it’s a niche product for a niche user.

I am still going to get one, I am guessing that it will be perfect for my home office.