Today I went to the local Apple Store to try out the new Magic Trackpad 2 and walked out with this new peripheral. It's pricey (HKD988 ~USD128), but from my first impression the build quality is phenomenal. The thing is beautiful. There were a lot of stock for the new Magic Trackpad 2, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard. Everybody in the store were queuing up for iPhones so I had plenty of time to try out the new Trackpad. Surprisingly, the store was obviously unprepared for this Force Touch Magic Trackpad since the brand new iMac 27-inch there had not been properly configured for the Force Touch features. I tried so hard to Force Touch on the demo unit but there wasn't any Force Touch preview on images and links on Safari. It turned out that the Trackpad setting was set to 3 finger tap instead of Force Touch. I had to configure it myself to verify that Force Touch was indeed working. Also the touch sensitivity was set to the lowest so I had to really touching with substantial force to activate Force Touch. Overall speaking it was a very bad demo at the store due to misconfiguration and the staff there really didn't care about this product. I will try it out for my newer and older Macs to find out about the compatibility. Enjoy the pics! The box after the shrink wrapping was removed. The Lightning cable and the documentation. The trackpad is white. It's like nostalgia, seeing Apple's white products from a decade ago. The charging port is at the back. The side of the Trackpad.