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Macbook Keyboard Decals: for Touch Typing Tweens

by Lambert Varias
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“Do you want to let your keyboard special?”, asks Etsy seller openandclose. You do? Oh goody! You’re in for a treat, because openandclose has like a million keyboard decals for your MacBook or MacBook Pro!

macbook keyboard decals 1

The decals are made with Avery MPI vinyl and are supposedly very easy to clean or remove. The problem? They kinda obscure the keys. The rainbow design shown above is actually merciful compared to the other designs, which will have you vomiting with color shock or too much cuteness before you can find the key you want to press.

So if you want to let your keyboard special, get these decals at openclose’s shop at Etsy for $15 (USD) each.




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Comments (2):

  1. H.A.B says:

    OMG! It is so cute!! Where could i get it from??
    Thanks
    H.A.B

  2. AAB says:

    Could i find it somewhere in the UAE?!

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