For those unfamiliar with ColorWare, a website that specializes in device customization, painting all types of electronics in unique custom colors that are unavailable from the manufacturer.
Priced at $249, the Touch ID Magic Keyboard can be painted any color the colorware offers. There are matte and gloss options, and the colorware has nearly every color of the rainbow, including red, blue, green, purple, and pink.
For those who prefer a more muted device, there are silver, white, and jet black options, as well as a range of metallic shades. ColorWare also offers green and orange “hi-vis” colors that are super bright.
The dyeing process involves each key and the keyboard’s aluminum base, all of which can be repainted to a single color. The Touch ID power button is protected and remains the standard white color.
The customized Magic Mouse can be ordered from ColorWare for $149, and comes in all the same colors as the keyboard. The coloring process involves the top of the mouse, leaving the silver aluminum base intact. It’s worth noting that the Magic Mouse customization eliminates the Apple logo at the top.
ColorWare has been manufacturing custom painted devices since 1998, and has perfected its painting process. ColorWare uses a multi-stage coating system that includes the application of a primer, a primary color formula, and a liquid plastic coating that protects the color applied.
All standard functionality remains available, except for keyboard and mouse color changes, with no change in functionality. Colorware also offers All other types of custom painted equipmentThat includes AirPods, Airtags, console controllers, Nintendo Switch, and even robot vacuums.
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