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Carbon Fiber Magic Skins Make Your Apple Gadgets Stand Out from the Crowd

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Are you sick of the minimalistic design of your Apple products? Or maybe you just want to make them stand out? Or maybe everyone in your office has a Magic Trackpad and you don’t want yours to get mixed up with theirs? Well then don’t bring it to work. Or get something like these Carbon Fiber Magic vinyl stickers.

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Made by H Sterling Cross (yeah, I’m not sure if that’s just one man or an insurance company trying to branch out either), the stickers are easy to apply and remove. And in the case of the Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse, the stickers will also convert the gadgets’ smooth surface from smooth to textured. The stickers are also available in four colors – black, graphite, silver and white.

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You can order the Carbon Fiber Magic vinyl stickers from the official website. The keyboard sticker sells for $12 (USD), the Magic Trackpad sticker sells for $14, while the Magic Mouse stickers sells for $29. You can also order a brand new Magic Mouse with the sticker for $99.

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It seems like there will be Carbon Fiber Magic stickers for other Apple products like the iPhone and the iPad as well. But obviously you’re free to stick ’em on anything you wish, whether it’s an Apple gadget or an Alaskan Malamute. Carbon fiber not your thing? H Sterling Cross also sells wood vinyl stickers on his Etsy shop.



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