Apple is finally selling space gray Mac accessories, two months after the rare items were being resold on eBay for thousands of dollars

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On Tuesday, Apple finally made several of its Mac accessories available in its signature black-and-silver color combination known as “space gray.”

An Apple spokesperson confirmed the news with Business Insider: “As we normally do with the input devices that we provide in-box, we are now offering the Space Gray Magic Mouse 2, Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, and Magic Trackpad 2 as standalone accessories on Apple.com.”

The introduction of the space-gray Mac accessories comes only a few months after the space-gray keyboard, mouse, and trackpad were being resold for as much as $1,525 on eBay, because Apple only offered them with the purchase of a Space Gray $5,000 iMac Pro, making them relatively rare.

Here’s a first look at the new space-gray accessories you can buy:


The Space Gray version of the Magic Keyboard has a numeric pad. The smaller Magic Keyboard, without the numeric pad, is not yet available in Space Gray.

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Aside from the color, these accessories are the same as the standard silver-and-white models in every other way.

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The new space gray accessories are $20 more expensive than their default counterparts, so the $129 keyboard costs $149 if you want it in space gray, the $79 Magic Mouse 2 costs $99 in space gray, and so on.

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The space gray color was first introduced for the iPhone 5s and iPod Touch in 2013, and quickly became a fan favorite. The color combo has gone through a few iterations since then, most recently with the introduction of the first Space Gray MacBooks in 2015.

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The same dark aluminum used on the most recent MacBook is incorporated into the new accessories, including the Magic Mouse 2.

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At the time of publishing, there was a residual eBay listing for a new space-gray Magic Trackpad 2 (which came with the new iMac Pro) for $398.49, more than twice the price on Apple’s website.

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Apple wouldn’t confirm whether the accessories will be available in stores, but for the hardcore space-gray fanatics, head on over to Apple.com and help yourself.

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